Jaylon Smith: The Notre Dame commit was as impressive as usual, and this is a kid you run out of great things to say about his talent. The size, speed and hip recovery stands out, and Smith has everything needed to be a star at the next level. He spent a lot of time encouraging his younger teammates, and his leadership is apparent.
Joseph Henderson: A 2014 prospect out of Shaker Heights (OH), and a freak athlete at 6-foot-4, 215-pounds. Could play either linebacker or defensive end at the next level, with his size and speed combination. Offered by Michigan Tuesday at the Wolverine camp.
Jerome Lane: Played safety and covered a ton of ground, and also grabbed several interceptions. Must prove he is a football player this fall, but there is no doubting his athletic gifts. Holds a Washington offer.
Derrick Burgess: The Shaker Heights athlete is as athletically gifted as any 2013 prospect in Ohio. Played safety and wide receiver, and impressed at both spots with his 6-foot-3 reach and quick feet. Missed his junior season due to injury and is just getting his name out there.
James Howard: Out of Chandler Park Academy in Michigan. Impressed at cornerback, and was solid in man-to-man coverage. No offers to date, but the MAC schools are aware of his talent. Nice size at 5-foot-11, 170-pounds.
Andre Turner: Another Chandler Park product that showed well. Turner had quick feet for a 6-foot-4, 220-pound, athlete and dropped well into coverage. Also, impressed as a tight end. Holds four MAC offers.
Noah Furbush: A 2014 linebacker prospect out of Kenton, Ohio. Furbush was all over the field, showing speed and also leaping ability. His man-to-man coverage was excellent and he also got great depth in his drops. One to watch this year at one of Ohio's fine programs.