CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- According to forecasts, the weather is supposed to be awful for Sunday's Charlotte Nike Football Training Camp.
Receiver Shaq Davidson is Top-100 national prospect.
Like low-40s and rainy awful.
On the bright side, the field of competitors should be loaded. In fact, many of the top prospects from the Carolinas -- and several from other states -- are expected to be on hand, not only to fine-tune their games but, they hope, earn an invite to The Opening in Oregon this summer.
Here's a look at some of the more notable players registered for the camp ….
Shaq Davidson, WR, Gaffney (S.C.) -- Davidson is a fine overall athlete that helped his high school team win a state title by playing quarterback. At 6-feet, 170 pounds, he's a little slight of frame, but all in all Davidson is a good-looking receiver prospect that is extremely hard to corral in the open field.
Will Grier, QB, Davidson (N.C.) Davidson Day -- The country's No. 2 pro-style quarterback is coming off possibly the best camp of his life, when he was near perfect at last week's VTO Sports Prep 100. A Florida commit, the 6-feet-3, 180-pounder could stand to add a little weight, but he can make all the throws, spins the ball extremely well pass after pass, fires darts when needs to and can put great touch on the ball. The elements should give him a good test, though.
Terry Googer, WR, Atlanta (Ga.) Woodward Academy -- The 6-feet-4, 200-pound prospect is a big target that knows how to use his body. He's also a solid route runner with excellent hands. At the VTO Sports Prep 100 in Georgia two weeks ago, Googer made things look easy at times.
Elijah Hood, ATH, Charlotte Catholic (N.C.) -- Hood, the No. 55 athlete in the 247Composite, is an outstanding prospect at both running back and linebacker. In this camp, he'll work out at running back, and he is coming off a monster season at that position. Hood is the headliner of a very good running back group expected to compete.
Albert Huggins, DL, Orangeburg-Wilkinson (S.C.) -- A 6-feet-3, 250-pound strong-side end/tackle, Huggins is among the best of the 2015 prospects registered. He picked up an offer from Alabama on Friday, and also has them from Clemson, Florida and South Carolina. Huggins will be among the most heavily recruited players nationally for his class.
Bentley Spain is a four-star offensive tackle.
Raekwon McMillan, ILB, Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County -- A five-star prospect, McMillan is the No. 1 inside backer in the country. The 6-feet-3, 236-pounder combines excellent strength with nice quickness, good footwork and outstanding instincts. This event will give us a good opportunity to see how McMillan does in pass coverage against a very good crop of running backs, including Hood.
Christian Miller, OLB, Columbia (S.C.) -- An early Florida commit, Miller is a Gamecocks legacy. He's 6-feet-4, 215 pounds and is a linebacker/defensive end hybrid type. We believe Miller will work with the linebackers Sunday, but it wouldn't be a shock to see him get involved a little bit with the linemen (possibly during the one-on-ones).
Derrell Scott, APB, Havelock (N.C.) -- One of the most electrifying offensive players in the 2014 class, the 5-feet-11, 175-pound Scott recently had a strong performance at the Under Armour Combine this January in Florida. Scott, who is equally good at running the ball and catching it out of the backfield, should thrive in this type of setting.
Bentley Spain, OT, Charlotte (N.C.) Providence -- The massive 6-feet-6, 275-pound offensive tackle is currently ranked No. 100 overall in the 247Composite. Spain has an ideal tackle frame, but is coming off a leg injury that caused him to miss almost the entire 2012 season. At this point, he is believed to be a South Carolina lean.
Donte Thomas-Williams, RB, Durham (N.C.) Hillside -- Th 6-feet, 209-pound Thomas-Williams is a big, powerful back that also has quick moves and good one-cut ability. He's a four-star prospect.
Trevion Thompson, WR, Durham (N.C.) Hillside -- Of the receivers in the top 100, Thompson might be getting the least amount of hype. But that might change. He was extremely sharp in the VTO Sports Prep 100 a week ago, and could get more attention with another solid showing. The 6-feet-2, 177-pounder looks smooth with everything he does. But catching the ball in the wind and rain won't be easy.