After the day-long 7-on-7 finished, a number of top football talent and teams advanced to this Saturday's championship round of a tournament that showcased dozens of Division 1 prospects.
The Miramar Regional event will include Miami Northwestern, which captured the Nike 7-on competition last weekend in Oregon.
Led by senior quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and receiver Eli Rogers, who have won national titles the past two weekends, the Bulls will be tested against Glades Central, which is the two-time defending NFL champion, winning last week in Tampa, Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer, Jupiter Christian and a number of other quality teams that will be on hand.
Glades Central features a number of top-flight players, which include receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Dwyer also is stacked with quality athletes, including tight end Nick O'Leary, who is the grandson of golfing legend Jack Nicklaus.
Other teams that south Florida programs rarely get to see are head coach Bill Powers and his Jupiter Christian squad and Delray Beach Atlantic.
Here are the teams who will compete for the title:
Miami Northwestern, Glades Central, Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer, Deerfield Beach, Jupiter Christian, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely, Miami Jackson, Miami Norland, Miami Booker T. Washington, Delray Beach Atlantic, Miramar Everglades, Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson, Homestead, Oakland Park Northeast, Pembroke Pines Flanagan and Miami Christopher Columbus.
The teams will get started at 8 a.m. Miramar Regional Park is located at 16801 Miramar Parkway, Miramar.