ATLANTA, Ga. -- Saturday's MVP Camp at Therrell High School is expected to attract players from every corner of the Peach State.
Four-star OLB Bryson Allen-Williams made a name for himself at last year's MVP Camp.
Some of them already have scholarship offers.
Others will be trying to make a name for themselves.
Looking over the roster, one thing is certain -- it will be a talent-laden camp.
With that in mind, here are some guys to watch …
Bryson Allen-Williams, OLB, Ellenwood, GA (Cedar Grove) -- A four-star prospect and the No. 189 player in the 247Composite, Allen-Williams has offers from several schools but at last check South Carolina was ahead. He's a kid that loves to compete and that was evident at the recent VTO Prep 100, where he was among the event's best performers. Physically, Allen-Williams has never looked better. It was at this camp last year when word began to spread about his ability.
Cole Garvin, QB, Tyrone, GA (Sandy Creek) -- On a Sandy Creek squad loaded with talent, Garvin was a key member of the 2012 state champions. Colleges have finally jumped aboard. This week, UAB became the latest to offer the three-star prospect. Garvin spins the ball extremely well, and is particularly good at throwing the deep ball with great zip and accuracy.
Terry Googer, WR/QB, Atlanta, GA (Woodward Academy)-- Googer is one of the more intriguing prospects in Georgia. At 6-feet-4, 209 pounds, most colleges (he has several offers] like him at receiver, and that's the position at which he will compete Saturday. Googer is a fairly smooth route runner with excellent hands. At times, he can make things look effortless.
Wesley Green, CB, Lithonia, GA (Martin Luther King Jr.) -- Green is the No. 11 cornerback nationally in the 247Composite for a reason. While he isn't very big, he plays as if he was. Green is physical at the line of scrimmage and can stay on a receiver's hip throughout the route as well as the best defensive backs in this class.
Quarterback Tyler Queen was offered by North Carolina this week.
Antwuan Jackson, DT, Ellenwood, GA (Cedar Grove) -- The younger brother of Allen-Williams, Jackson already claims offers from Auburn, Clemson and South Carolina -- and he's only a freshman. He checks in at 6-feet-3, 265 pounds, and isn't afraid to mix it up with the older kids.
Arden Key, DE, Lithonia, GA (Martin Luther King Jr.) -- A standout 2015 prospect, Key very well could end up as one of the most heavily recruited players nationally in his class. The 6-feet-4, 200-pound weak-side end already has a handful of offers, including a few from the Southeastern Conference.
Terrone Prescod, OG, Decatur, GA (Columbia) -- Prescod has a few early offers, and this will be our first time seeing him up close in a camp setting. He's listed at 6-feet-5, 330 pounds. According to his coach, East Carolina offered last week.
Tyler Queen, QB, Kennesaw, GA (North Cobb) -- The 2015 signal caller has three offers, including one that came earlier this week from North Carolina. He will visit Clemson next Thursday. Queen had a solid showing in last weekend's Charlotte NFTC, even though he had to throw in the cold, wind and rain. This is someone that can spin it well.
Roquan Smith, ILB, Montezuma, GA (Macon County) -- As far as we know, the 2015 standout doesn't have any offers yet. But it's our understanding several colleges have started to take a close look. Smith was outstanding at the VTO Prep 100 earlier this month, and another strong performance could help the word get out about his play even more.