It used to be camps were about finding prospects for this year or the next. But as evidence by Oklahoma's camp and several others, the future is now.
And though technically the Class of 2016 features underclassmen recruits, we're looking at the top five prospects from OU's camp who are even younger than that.
Moore (Okla.) Southmoore athlete Quindon Lewis
A Class of 2017 prospect, Lewis is putting himself on the map in a major way. He's already fairly known as a regional name, but with performances like he had Saturday, it won't be long before he becomes a national name. Lewis worked at wide receiver, but it's unclear if that's where he'll work best. As his body grows and develops, it will be easier to get an idea of where Lewis will fit in when it's all said and done.
Moore (Okla.) Southmoore quarterback Casey Thompson
Let's stick around at Southmoore and look at Kendal Thompson's younger brother. Casey Thompson, Class of 2018, camped at OU all three days last year and was back in Norman for the one-day event Saturday. He's bigger than Kendal was at the same point, and he has a nice release and showed good composure in such a competitive environment. If he continues to fill out, he's definitely a name to watch going forward.
Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer defensive back Isaiah Pryor
Pryor was a name to watch last year at OU's camp, and all he did was come back a year older, bigger and stronger as a Class of 2017 recruit. Once again sticking around for all three days, Pryor's physicality to go along with his size helped separate himself from the rest of the pack. The real story will be if Pryor returns to OU for a third consecutive year at next year's camp.
Saratoga Springs (Utah) Westlake defensive back Chaz Ah You
Ah You showed glimpses of why so many schools are already attacking the Class of 2017 prospect. It wasn't all great for Ah You, but it's tough to argue there was another recruit at the camp who wanted to be coached and who listened to the coaches as much as he did. Ah You was looking to get better and each day he definitely did. The nephew of former OU defensive lineman C.J. Ah You, there's no doubt the Sooners will factor into his recruitment.
Lancaster (Texas) High defensive back Jordan Austin
Nobody was more nervous than Austin, the younger brother of OU sophomore defensive back Dakota Austin. But maybe nobody showed more growth from day one to day three than the Class of 2018 prospect. Wearing the same No. 2 jersey Dakota wore at OU's camp two years ago, Jordan is taller than his older brother already and has loads of potential. He'll definitely be a name to circle in the years to come.