One word best describes this year's Beyond 2000 Elite Camp (B2G) and that word is speed, speed, speed. The group featured some of the state of California's top players. This collection of outstanding athletes was led by wide receiver David Ausberry (6-4, 215, 4.5), defensive back Darian Hagan, Jr.,(5-11, 180, 4.6), fullback R.J. Garrett (6-0, 235, 4.6), and running back C.J. Gable (5-11, 180, 4.6). This was a very impressive assembly of football players indeed.
The 2005 Elite camp compares to the 2002 camp that consisted of Steve Smith (USC), Mark Bradford (Stanford), Dontè Hughes (aka Daymeion Hughes) (Cal), Anthony Wheat-Brown (Oregon State) and Freddie Parish (Notre Dame) as one of the best in terms of overall talent.
For those that still haven't heard of the B2G Elite Football Camp, start taking serious notice to the type of talent that is being groomed every year.
B2G takes the same approach as the world of boxing, "in order to be the best, you have to go against the best", and this year's B2G Elite Camp set the best against the best while preparing them for Division I football.
Once again B2G has discovered sleepers (a previous B2G sleeper was Cal star Donnie McCleskey) that will make a name for themselves this upcoming season, while continuing to make great high school athletes into Division I stars.
If you're wondering how B2G can do that in one weekend, just ask those that have come through the program, and see what they say about the B2G Elite Football Camp.
In part two Rivals.com will break down the defensive stars.