Jayson Ademilola, who is committed to Notre Dame, was one of the best players at the event. He was explosive, showed good flexibility and an ability to get up the field, dip his shoulder and be balanced, and he was quick and strong with his hands. He was nearly impossible to block and his physical style and speed stood out. Other schools continue to recruit him, including Ohio State and Alabama.
The long ride from near Baltimore was worth it as defensive tackle P.J. Mustipher showed quick feet and explosiveness in 1-on-1s. A spin move in the final and a nice change of direction highlighted his skill set. The Owings Mills (Md.) Mc Donogh standout is focused on Penn State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Michigan State, Virginia Tech and Maryland, and he is planning on a late summer decision.
Harrisburg (Pa.) High's Micah Parsons, the No. 2 player in the nation, made The Opening as a linebacker because Pennsylvania state high school rules prohibit him from wearing shoulder pads and helmets in summer competition so he could not go as a defensive end. He was quick, his change of direction amazing and even when he jumped in for a few reps on the defensive line, he was outstanding. The one-time Penn State commit will look at a bundle of schools, including Ohio State, Alabama, Miami, Florida State, Clemson and Georgia.
Jeremy Ruckert made a push for being the top offensive player at the event as the Lindenhurst (N.Y.) High tight end did so many things well. He was in and out of his breaks quickly and was tight, he ran extremely well, attacked the ball in the air and ran free and easy. He said his focus is on Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.
Justin Shorter won the fastest man competition, running the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds in the finale, then went out and ran great routes. The Penn State commit from Monmouth Junction (N.J.) South Brunswick was incredibly fast in and our of his breaks, his acceleration was outstanding and his change of direction was good. His straight line speed in pass patterns, at his size, was eye-popping.