Camp Recap: MSU June 14 Offense

A pair of 2016 quarterbacks from out of state were among the standouts on the offensive side at Saturday's one-day camp in East Lansing. We take a look at a few others who stood out.

2016 QB Jake Zembiec – Rochester (N.Y.) Aquinas Institute

Zembiec has started picking up offers this summer, with Penn State tossing its name in. It was clear why Saturday at Michigan State as he had a good day. He admittedly started a little bit slow in one on ones, but came into his own come 7 on 7 time. He has good footwork in the pocket and moves his feet well, giving him a good base. His accuracy improved through the day, particularly on deep balls.

2016 QB Seth Green – Woodbury (Minn.) East Ridge

Green was the best passer on the day in East Lansing. He has prototypical size, but his best strength is his smooth release and the ease of it all. He makes it look pretty easy with a good arm and good accuracy. His most impressive throw came in 7 on 7 when he hit an out route into a tight window perfectly. He also was accurate throwing downfield. He holds a handful of early offers from the likes of Louisville, Iowa and Wisconsin.

2016 WR Hunter Broersma – Muskegon (Mich.) Mona Shores

Broersma was good at MSU's 7 on 7 camp last week and had another nice day Saturday. He is a rather fluid wideout with good hands. Similar to how Green makes it look easy throwing the ball, Broersma makes it look easy running routes and catching the ball. He is a name to keep an eye on moving forward.

2017 WR Kahlee (K.J.) Hamler – Orchard Lake St Mary's

I made the comment through the camp a couple times that he might be the best prospect at the camp, and he might truly be. The only question is how big will Hamler get. To list him at 5-foot-8 right now might be generous, but he electric with the ball. He is shifty and quick and when he puts his foot in the ground, he stops on a dime. Assuming he grows, he is the prototypical slot receiver at the next level.

2015 OL Wesley French – St Joseph's (Mich.)

French is a good prospect with nice size. He moves his feet well and could be a very nice offensive guard at the next level. The only knock on the few reps I saw him take was he tends to hold and/or tackle a rushing defensive lineman if he starts to get beat. That could just be a product of one on one drills favoring the defensive lineman, but it is not a good habit. He holds MAC offers at this point, but could see that list grow.

2015 TE Matt Seybert - Traverse City (Mich.) St Francis

The group of tight ends was pretty thin with just three in attendance, but Seybert was the best of the group. He was physical running routes and showed decent hands. It is unlikely Michigan State will offer as the plan is to take an elite tight end or not one at all.

Others who had good camp performances:

2015 RB/WR Breck Turner - Norwalk (Ohio), 2016 WR Emmanuel Rugamba - Naperville (Ill.) Central, 2016 QB Josh Jackson - Saline (Mich.)

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