Each week, we will profile one of the region's 7-on-7 teams, featuring the squad's top player, those who made the biggest strides this spring, the recruits to watch out for in the fall and the underclassmen poised to take over next spring.
Last week, Ground Zero went under the microscope.
This week, it's Body By Tra, a California Inland Empire-based team coached by Traison Lewis.
Top prospect: Cornerback Stanley Norman (Culver City, Calif./Culver City) is only a sophomore, but the 5-foot-11, 155-pound defensive back proved this spring that he is already a star. He holds offers from Pac-12 programs UCLA, Utah and Washington State, while others could be on the way this summer. BBT coaches said it almost became "Stanley Island" at times this spring, as they matched him up against the opposition's top receiver. He also played some wide receiver and was terrific there, as well. Coaches for the squad believe that if Norman was a member of the 2014 class, he'd still be considered one of the top handful of cornerbacks in the state.