Two years ago, Raekwon McMillan was a little-known freshman when he attended the VTO Sports Prep 100 in Georgia.
Orlando Brown has lost weight to help his game.
Today, the standout five-star prospect from Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County is the No. 1-ranked inside linebacker in the 247Composite for 2014.
In recent years, VTO's Georgia camp has been well-attended by big-name prospects and those looking to make a name for themselves. In 2011, cornerback Geno Smith and receiver JaQuay Williams were two of the major names on hand. Today, Smith plays at Alabama and Williams is a Texas A&M Aggie.
Last year, eventual Auburn defensive end signee Carl Lawson, a five-star recruit, stole the show.
Which players expected to attend Sunday's VTO Sports Prep 100 at Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge will emerge?
Here are some of the top prospects heading to the event …
*Bryson Allen-Williams, OLB, Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove -- A member of the Top247, Allen-Williams is among the top defensive prospects in a state full of quality talent. Allen-Williams already claims offers from nearly every school in the Southeastern Conference. In college, he could be a traditional outside linebacker, or be used as a guy at the line of scrimmage because of his excellent pass rush skills.
*Orlando Brown, OL, Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge -- The 6-feet-7, 345-pounder is one of the most heavily recruited offensive linemen in the South. He claims more than two dozen offers and recently named a top seven of Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma and South Carolina. Brown has shed a lot of weight in the past year, and with this new look should be more effective. He had arguably the best camp of his life at the Under Armour Combine in January, where he won back-to-back reps against four-star defensive lineman Dexter Wideman.
*Nick Glass, S, Atlanta (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge -- The four-star Georgia commit is one of the country's top safety prospects. The big-hitting Glass is a versatile player that is just as effective against the run as he is versus the pass. He's a U.S. Army All-American.
Nick Glass is one of the country's best safeties.
*Antwuan Jackson, DT, Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove -- Only a freshman, Jackson is 6-feet-3, 265 pounds -- and he already has offers from Clemson and South Carolina. Jackson could be a double-digit offer guy by the time he begins his junior season.
*Darious Latimore, CB, Lawrenceville (Ga.) Central Gwinnett -- The 6-feet, 175-pounder claims two SEC offers. He's coming off a strong showing at the Atlanta Nike Sparq Combine. Latimore is the No. 65 prospect in Georgia in the 247Composite.
*Gregory Phillips, WR, Lithonia (Ga.) Arabia Mountain -- The 5-feet-11, 181-pounder sports early offers from Charlotte and Old Dominion.
*D'Andre Walker, WDE, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes -- An outstanding 2015 prospect, Walker has picked up offers from Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee recently, and that's probably only the start. Not only does he have good size (he's in the 6-feet-3, 225-pound range), but Walker is quite fast for someone his size. He ran a 4.63-second 40-yard dash at last weekend's Atlanta Nike Sparq Combine, and that was in 35-degree weather.
*Stanley Williams, APB, Monroe (Ga.) George Walton Academy -- The longtime Georgia commit is one of the South's fastest players. At last year's VTO, he clocked a 4.41-second 40-yard dash … and was disappointed. Williams, who is 5-feet-8, 189 pounds, is a versatile back that also can line up in the slot. Although he's a Bulldogs commit, he continues to listen to other schools.
*Price Wilson, PQB, Marietta (Ga.) Walton. The three-star QB had never made a high school start when he attended last year's VTO camp. He impressed there, did some good things last season and now has two offers. Wilson has terrific mechanics, and with more experience could see his stock rise.