The ESPN300 Elite Underclassmen Camp tour heads to the West Coast this weekend and will feature some of the nation’s top talent at all positions.

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Oakland, California will be the location for this year’s ESPN300 Elite Underclassmen Camp, which will feature close to 200 top players from the classes of 2023, 2024 and 2025.

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And it will be a loaded affair, with a whole slew of Top247 prospects, including the top five prospects in Northern California in the 2023 class on hand, the No. 1 prospect in the state of Utah and Idaho in 2023 as well as a top three prospect from Oregon in 2024 plus a candidate for the top prospect in Northern California in 2025 and a contender for that spot in Southern California all expected.

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The offensive headliner is Pittsburg (Calif.) quarterback Jaden Rashada, the No. 1 prospect in Northern California.

The five-star passer has already been selected to play in the 2023 Under Armor All-America Game and the Elite 11 Finals in June as well as the 2023 Polynesian Bowl and is one of the highest rated uncommitted quarterbacks nationally.

Defensively, the list is topped by the No. 1 prospect in the state of Utah in 2023, Lehi (Utah) Skyridge edge Tausili Akana.

The No. 3 edge nationally by 247Sports, Akana is originally from Hawaii but moved to Utah during the pandemic-stricken 2020 season and has stayed in the Beehive State.

Over the weekend, he visited UCLA and USC and will conclude his Golden State tour in the Bay Area at the camp on Sunday.

The next four prospects in the Top247 from Northern California will all be in attendance.

In that group is San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian receiver Jurrion Dickey.

The four-star committed to Oregon earlier this month and is the No. 2 prospect in Northern California after Rashada, the No. 8 receiver nationally and the No. 59 players nationally.

That also includes Folsom (Calif.) tight end Walker Lyons, the No. 5 tight end nationally, who has a top six of Alabama, BYU, Ohio State, Stanford, USC and Utah.

Right behind him is Concord (Calif.) De La Salle tight end Cooper Flanagan, the No. 10 player in the Golden State, the No. 8 tight end nationally and a commit to Notre Dame.

And rounding out that group is Manteca (Calif.) linebacker Blake Nichelson, who checks in as the No. 11 players in California, the No. 12 linebacker nationally and the No. 5 players in Northern California in 2023.

The sixth Top247 member from Northern California in the 2023 class expected is Folsom (Calif.) receiver Rico Floreswho just named a top three of Georgia, Notre Dame and Ohio State earlier this week.

Flores was 247Sports’ Alpha Dog at last year’s ESPN 300 Underclassmen Combine in Southern California and will try to replicate that this year.

It will also include the No. 1 prospect in Idaho, Top247 member Kenyon Sadiq from Idaho Falls (Idaho) Skyline.

The 2024 class in California is strong, and seven of the top 30 prospects in the state, as well as two of the top four, will be on hand.

That includes the Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei trio of offensive lineman DeAndre Carter (No. 2 interior offensive lineman) and quarterback Elijah Brown (No. 4 quarterback in 2024) as well as the No. 28 player in the Golden State, receiver Jack Ressler.

It also includes the No. 14 player in California, Long Beach (Calif.) Millikan receiver Jordan Anderson, the No. 24 player in Salinas (Calif.) Palma receiver Logan Saldate, the No. 26 player in Palo Alto (Calif.) offensive lineman Ikinasio Tupou and the No. 30 prospect in the state in Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West athlete Marshel Sanders.

The No. 3 player in Oregon in the 2024 class will also be on hand, Clackamas (Ore.) offensive lineman Devin Brooks.

The headliners from the 2025 class are Sacramento (Calif.) Christian Brothers receiver Phillip Bell and La Verne (Calif.) Bonita linebacker Noah Michael.