Kevin Crosby was a little-known ninth-grader when he competed in the VTO Sports Prep 100 in York, S.C., two years ago.
Dual-threat QB Kelly Bryant claims early offers.
At that event, Crosby shined in drills and competition.
And physically, he looked terrific.
Crosby's performance got the attention of analysts, fellow campers and coaches that afternoon, and today the four-star 2014 prospect from Bamberg (S.C.) Bamberg-Ehrhardt is among the most highly recruited players in the Southeast.
This year's edition of the event, which annually features many of the Palmetto State's best football prospects, is Saturday morning at York Comprehensive High School.
Which players currently registered for the 2013 VTO Sports Prep 100 South Carolina camp will emerge as the next major prospects?
Here are three players to watch, and they're all sophomores ...
Kelly Bryant, DQB, Abbeville (S.C.) Abbeville
At this event last spring, 2014 quarterback Jacob Park of Goose Creek (S.C.) Stratford emerged with a strong showing. Now, he has a four-star ranking and a handful of offers. The year before, Caleb Rowe of Greer (S.C.) Blue Ridge impressed. He would later sign with Maryland.
In this camp, Bryant probably is the most well-known quarterback coming in. The 6-feet-3, 200-pound 2015 signal caller already claims offers from in-state schools Clemson and South Carolina.
OT T.J. Haney is listed as being 6-feet-6.
He's a big and extremely athletic kid with a good arm. On film, Bryant, who is built like a linebacker, looks better running the ball than throwing it at this stage, but a private coach that works with him believes he can be a successful college quarterback.
T.J. Haney, OT, Gaffney (S.C.) Gaffney
A traditional power, Gaffney keeps pumping out major college players. Haney has the potential -- largely because of his body -- to be one himself.
This is a young player that has a grown man's body. He's listed at 6-feet-6, 315 pounds. And already, Haney has interest from Clemson and South Carolina.
This camp will allow us to not only see if Haney's height and weight are legit (or close to it), but get a feel for whether he is better suited to play guard or tackle at the next level.
Because Gaffney again has a lot of talent, Haney has an opportunity to get some goods looks this spring.
Albert Huggins, SDE, Orangeburg (S.C.) Orangeburg-Wilkinson
Another 2015 standout, Huggins definitely is a prospect on the rise. At this stage, he is well on his way to being a high-rankings guy down the road.
The 6-feet-3, 250-pounder already boasts offers from the likes of Clemson, Florida, Florida State and South Carolina, and more should come this spring. For a young player his size, Huggins displays good quickness and very good feet.
He's also extremely strong.
Right now, Huggins is a strong-side end. But if he keeps growing, it wouldn't be a shock to see him become a tackle. Either way, he figures to be among the elite prospects in South Carolina for 2015.
This will be our first up-close look at Huggins.