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Some of the top players in the northeast will be showcase their skills Sunday at Hackensack (N.J.) High as the Under Armour Next Camp makes its annual stop.

The event is led by a strong group of quarterbacks, and the No. 1 player in the nation is scheduled to be there.

LSU commit Bryce Underwood, who committed to LSU in January, will make the journey east to compete in the field.

The 6-foot-3 1/2, 205-pound Underwood plays at Belleville (Mich.) High. He put up huge numbers as a junior in completing 168 of 252 passes for 3,165 yards and 40 touchdowns against two interceptions.

Here is a look at the names to know in the field:


This is the marquee group with several high-level prospects. Underwood is elite, but he is not the only Top247 quarterback in the event.

Missouri commit Matt Zollers of Royersford (Pa.) Spring-Ford, who is the No. 62 prospect and No. 6 quarterback, is on the roster.

Also slated to compete are Virginia commit Cole Geer of Deerfield (Mass.) Academy and Kentucky commit Stone Saunders of Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt.

In the 2026 class, Top247 prospect Derek Zammit of Wayne (N.J.) DePaul, Philadelphia Roman Catholic’s Semaj Beals and Milton (Mass.) Academy’s Qur’an McNeill are set to compete. Also, class of 2027 West Orange (N.J.) Seton Hall’s Kahden Davis is attending.


Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph running back John Forster and Boston College commit Nolan James of Wayne (N.J.) DePaul are the headliners of the group.

In the 2026, Bergen Catholic’s Najee Calhoun and Philadelphia Imhotep’s Sy’eer Coleman lead the unit.


Top247 tight end Andrew Olesh of Center Valley (Pa.) Southern Lehigh is the No. 12 tight end in the class, and leads a collection of talent that also includes Syracuse (N.Y.) Christian Brothers’ Daunte Bacheyie, who is committed to Syracuse.

Penn State commit Lyrick Samuel of Brooklyn Erasmus Hall, Notre Dame commit and DePaul receiver Elijah Burress, the son of former NFLer Plaxico Burress, and four-star prospect Lex Cyrus of Harrisburg (Pa.) Susquehanna top the group.

Also slated to compete are Philadelphia Monsignor Bonner’s Jalil Hall, Malvern (Pa.) Prep’s Preston Holmes, St. Thomas More’s Jourdin Houston, Hamden (Conn.) Hall’s Qeanu Johnson, Wake Forest commit Teriq Mallory of Cheshire (Conn.) Academy, Syracuse commit Terrell Wilfong of West Orange (N.J.) High, and Syracuse commit Darien Williams of Syracuse Christian Brothers are scheduled to appear.

In the 2026 class, Matawan (N.J.) High’s WelTHman Crooms Jr., Middletown (Del.) High’s BJ Garrett and Rochester (N.Y.) James Monroe’s Messiah Hampton are listed as competitors.


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