And picking the top four teams on paper is a difficult task.
The collection of talent that will be showcased on Sunday could load a few D1 teams' back seven and offensive skill position sets.
Marin Catholic quarterback Jared Goff impressed in Elk Grove easily living up to his hype as the top quarterback in Northern California. On Sunday, Southern California's top quarterback – Narbonne signal caller Troy Williams – will get his opportunity to light up Passing Down.
Williams leads Team 1925 All-Stars, and he will have a loaded receiving crew highlighted by Long Beach Jordan wide receiver John Ross and Lakewood's X'avier Shepherd.
But the top prospect on Sunday won't be playing offense at the next level.
Vista Murrieta athlete Su'a Cravens is the nation's top safety and headlines Team Frat Boyz.
Team B2G will have two teams on Sunday. And after winning the IMG 7-on-7 last month, they must be considered a favorite. Also competing with two teams is Team Alliance – Team Body by Tra, GamechangersLA, IE Elite, and Impulse55 Elite round out the 10-team field. Two more teams could be late additions to cap the tournament at 12 teams.
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Passing Down held its inaugural Elite 7-on-7 passing tournament in July 2010 with six teams that featured some of the top prospects in the Golden State.
In 2011, Passing Down is took its show on the road with four regional Elite 7-on-7 passing tournaments. The top teams in each regional received invites to compete in the first annual Passing Down Best of the West Elite 7-on-7 tournament.
Retired six-year NFL veteran Cameron Worrell and business partner Elbert Lee created Passing Down, LLC in 2007. Since, Passing Down has held the premiere football camp in Central California every July.