Several standouts from the B2G Elite Camp 

July, 2, 2012
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- The B2G Elite Camp, held over the weekend at Cal Lutheran University featured 100 top football players from across the country. The published roster was loaded with talent and the turn out did not disappoint. After two days of individual drills, including one-on-one and seven-on-seven work, the group broke into the "A game" on Sunday, which featured several highlights.

In a high-scoring affair that was eventually secured for the offense with a leaping touchdown grab from wide receiver Laquon Treadwell (Crete, Ill./Crete-Monee), both sides had players step up and contribute.

But it began and ended with Treadwell, who hauled in three touchdown passes and was awarded the offensive MVP of camp. The nation's No. 38 player and No. 4 wide receiver had two long catch-and-run touchdowns, then made his mark on the final drive with a tough catch in traffic along the sideline to set up the final score. The few times he had difficulty getting open or securing a catch, more times than note it was cornerback Chris Hawkins (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga) providing the coverage. The two had several terrific one-on-one battles throughout camp with neither player giving an inch to the other. Hawkins said Treadwell can expect to hear from him in the future, as the USC commit looks to haul in another standout receiver for the Trojans while they participate in The Opening later this week.