Last weekend, 247Sports analysts Keith Niebuhr and Barton Simmons saw an abundance of talent at the Los Angeles Nike Football Training Camp, VTO Prep 100 Alabama and VTO Prep 100 Georgia.
Quarterback Seth Franks has interest from Alabama and Southern Miss, he said.
Many of the top prospects from those events will be signing with colleges next February.
But others that impressed still have two or three years left of high school.
Here are some of the 2015s and 2016s that caught our eyes at those events.
John Broussard, CB, Phenix City (Ala.) Central (2016, VTO Alabama) -- The 5-feet-11, 154-pounder plays for a program that has produced a lot of prospects in recent years, and although he's young the signs are there for Broussard to become a solid prospect. His frame is ideal for the cornerback position and his length is a great asset. At this early stage, the athletic Broussard already is reasonably smooth in coverage.
Seth Franks, QB, Brookwood (Ala.) Brookwood (2015, VTO Alabama) -- The QB coach at this event was extremely impressed with the spin Franks got on the ball and with his accuracy. His only real concern was a slight hitch that occurred just before Franks slung the ball. He thought that would be easily correctable. Franks has a big-time arm and he seems capable of making all the throws.
Benjamin Frazier, DT, Buford (Ga.) Buford (2016, VTO Georgia) -- The 6-feet-2, 321-pounder started a handful of games for a state championship Buford team as a freshman, which is pretty impressive. He's big, strong, powerful in the lower body and fairly quick. Despite his age, Frazier fit in with a good defensive line group Sunday. At this stage, he might project as a nose in college. The bottom line, he's already turning heads.
John Houston, LB, Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra (2015, L.A. Nike) -- Houston was probably the second-best linebacker at the event behind Dwight Williams, his teammate and a multiple-offer 2014 prospect. Houston is long, rangy and one of the best 2015 backers out west. A day after his Nike performance, UCLA offered.
Alize Jones, TE, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman (2015, L.A. Nike) -- The 6-feet-4, 212-pounder has a fantastic tight end body and tested well Sunday. He looked extremely natural in drills and during competition. Jones reminds us of five-star 2013 Alabama tight end signee O.J. Howard at this stage.
Christian Kirk looks like he has excellent potential at receiver.
Christian Kirk, ATH, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro (2015, L.A. Nike) -- Kirk already has a handful of offers and that list should expand in the coming weeks and months. He was dominant at receiver Sunday, not only in space as a slot guy but as a vertical threat.
Isaac Nauta, TE/DE, Buford (Ga.) Buford (2016, VTO Georgia) -- Nauta already claims offers from Clemson and Virginia Tech, and on Saturday he spent 40 minutes meeting with Alabama coach Nick Saban. It's easy to see why he's getting so much attention so early. The 6-feet-5, 240-pounder started every game as a freshman, and shows good potential at both positions. He worked with the tight ends Sunday, and showed off a good set of hands. Nauta could be a double-digit offer guy by the summer.
Roquan Smith, LB, Montezuma (Ga.) Macon County (2015, VTO Georgia) -- The 6-feet-1, 188-pounder covered as much ground as any backer in Sunday's event. With his frame, he shows very good growth potential. He has D-I outside backer written all over him.
Marvell Tell, S, Encino (Calif.) Crespi Carmelite (2015, L.A. Nike) -- At 6-feet-2, 175 pounds, Tell has a great frame for a safety. He's very athletic and has great range. He comes from a school that has produced some very good defensive backs of late (including 2013 UCLA signee Tyler Foreman), and Tell should be the next in line.
D'Andre Walker, DE, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes (2015, VTO Georgia) -- Walker is lightning quick at the line of scrimmage and Sunday he competed hard and displayed some of that speed. Against a bigger, stronger player during one-on-ones, he lost his balance after receiving a massive punch, so adding weight and getting stronger will be key. That said, Walker is very good right now, and that's why several major programs already have offered.
Matt Womack, OL, Hernando (Miss.) Hernando (2015, VTO Alabama) -- Womack is a quiet, shy kid but at 6-feet-6, 305 pounds has the potential to become a bonafide FBS prospect. Right now, he's a little stiff and not all that quick, but he's strong and extremely coachable. Even though he's tall, Womack projects as a guard. As camp offensive line coach Mo Collins, a former Oakland Raiders starter, said, "He's going to fight in a phone booth."