This weekend Las Vegas will host some premier talent from across the country. The New Level Athletics Elite 7-on-7 tournament is one of the premier events out West each year.
Troy Williams will lead a talented 1925 All-star team in Vegas this weekend.
247Sports will be on hand to report all of the action from the event.
Here's a quick preview of some of the bigger names expected at the event. As always, this will also be a big stage for some new names to showcase their talent.
It goes without saying a good quarterback can make or break any 7-on-7 team. One noticeable quarterback not making the trip is five-star Max Browne from Washington. Browne noted he has a scheduling conflict and is very active in the recruiting process currently.
However top signal callers Troy Williams, Cooper Bateman, Khari McGee and Hayden Rettig are expected to be on hand. This could easily be a shootout of top slingers when the final teams are matched up.
Not lost in the shuffle are several other talented quarterbacks which includes Andrew Elffers, Anu Solomon, Jihad Vercher, Kelly Hilinski, Adam Friedrichsen and Kolney Cassell among others. Solomon has been heating up on the recruiting trail in recent weeks while Hilinski added his first offer from Arkansas last week. Cassell has reported an offer from SMU and a very strong possibility he could commit to the Mustangs soon.
This list is so long it could easily be two full pages of top names and sleepers. But here are just a few of the premier names that are expected to be on hand.
Versatile athlete Sebastian LaRue should see a lot of time all over the field.
Talon Shumway, Sebastian LaRue, Drew Wolitarsky and DaMorea Stringfellow are just a few of the other top names expected to participate. This talented pool of wide receivers should give their respective quarterbacks plenty of options and keep the defensive backs busy all weekend long.
Four-star tight end Marcus Baugh is also part of a talented B2G 5-stars roster.
They always say defense wins championships. Which is partially true in a 7-on-7 setting. The defensive back position out West is very deep this cycle. And it appears a lot of those top names will be at the event.
Team B2G 5-stars boasts some extreme talent with a trio of Chris Hawkins, Tahaan Goodman and Priest Willis. Team DB Guru which is led by renowned defensive back coach Tony Perry will feature L.J. Moore and Hatari Byrd. Teammate John Johnson is noticeably absent from the roster currently.
5-star Su'a Cravens is also one of the top names expected at the event. Don't be surprised if he ends up on both sides of the ball often.
Not to be overlooked in the bevy of talent are a few linebackers making their way to Las Vegas.
Team Canada is making the trek south. The bordering country has sent some talent to several BCS schools in the last few years. This may be a chance to see what may be on tap for the class of 2013.