A number of top flight prospects are set to invade the "Buckeye State" this weekend to participate in the final New Level/Badger Sports passing tournament that will be held at the Ohio State University. Check out some of the talents who have RSVPed.
(QB, 6-5/210, Audubon, N.J.)
Hill has a great frame and already holds a Rutgers
offer. Could a strong performance lead to more?
(WR, 6-3/195, Huron, Mich.)
Jackson is one of the elite receivers in the Midwest. He has an abundance of offers, but Michigan
has already secured his verbal commitment.
(CB, 5-9/170, Cass Tech, Mich.)
Mathis was one of the top performers at the U.S. Army
, Michigan, Florida State
, Michigan State
have already offered.
(QB, 6-0/175, Parkway West, Mo.)
The younger brother of 2008 All-American Blaine Gabbert
, who is now at Missouri
. Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska
have offered Tyler.
WR K. Prater
(WR, 6-5/195, Proviso West, Ill.)
Prater may be the most highly recruited player at the event as he is holding offers from Penn State
, Michigan, Oklahoma
, Notre Dame
, Michigan State, Purdue
, Iowa and California
(WR, 6-0/165, Trinity Catholic, Mo.)
Marquise Hill is a slick receiver and that is the reason the home-state Missouri Tigers locked down an early commitment from him.
(LB, 6-2/245, Rock Bridge, Mo.)
Millard is a big linebacker that has good speed. Missouri, South Carolina
, Stanford, Kansas
have all offered.
(QB, 6-1/185, Downers Grove Ill.)
Whitmer may not have the size and frame of some of the more elite quarterbacks, but he throws a sound ball. He holds offers from Arizona, Illinois, Stanford.
(RB, 5-9/195, Rich Central, Ill.)
Bowers is a player that could really improve his stock with a good showing. Northern Illinois
has already offered
(CB, 5-10/175, Proviso East, Ill.)
Lewis is a talented corner who has already made a commitment to play for the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
(S, 6-2/205, Proviso East, Ill)
Cooper is a devastating tackler with plus foot speed. Illinois got a huge early boos to their 2010 efforts when he offered them his commitment.
(RB, 6-3/215, Harding, Ind.)
The next great big back from the Midwest. Iowa and Ohio State
have offered and it sounds like it will only be a matter of time before he commits to the Buckeyes.
(WR, 6-3/186, Pike, Ind.)
With his size he could be a hard one to lsow down in the 7v7. Colorado
, Indiana, Cincinnati
, Iowa, Kentucky
, Michigan State, Purdue have all offered.
(LB, 6-3/205, Southport, Ind.)
Gilliam is yet another solid from the "Hoosier State" and the local schools like Purdue, Indiana and Northwestern have all offered.
WR/CB C. Christian
(WR/CB, 6-1/180, Penn Hills, Pa.)
One of the more recognizable players at the event as he is being recruited by everyone. He holds over 10 offers from schools like Michigan, Pitt, Syracuse
, Illinois, Maryland
and West Virginia
(S, 5-11/190, Ben Davis, Ind.)
Scout.com Top 300 member that plays a rover type of role. Iowa, Indiana, Purdue and Kentucky have offered and a host of others are paying close attention.
(WR/S, 6-0/180, Highlands, Ky.)
Collinsworth helped lead Highlands to a championship in '08 and has been rewarded with scholarships from Kentucky, Louisville
, Stanford, Cincinnati, and Vanderbilt
(QB, 6-2/215, Sto Rox, Pa.)
It will be interesting to see how the Penn State commit will play in the 7v7 environment. He is considered a dual-threat, but his arm may be good enough to pick defenses apart.
(WR, 5-11/175, Clairton, Pa.)
Not many schools have yet caught on to this slick receiver but the Pitt Panthers have noticed his ability and that is why they have already offered.
(RB, 6-0/180, Manhattan, Kan.)
Campbell has a great size and frame, but not a lot of schools have noticed him yet. Kansas State
has extended a schollie.
(TE/LB, 6-5/255, Riverton, Kan.)
Hefley is a special athlete with great size. He could play TE and LB in a 7v7 setting, but he could wind up on the defensive line in college. Kansas State has offered him as well.
(CB, 5-8/165, Gateway, Pa.)
Nobody loves to compete more than Bay. He may not be the biggest dog in the fight, but he is one of the fiercest.