Grand Rapids Creston's Garrett Hoskins (the younger brother of CMU running back Justin Hoskins), was tried all over. He is bigger than his older brother at 6'2, 210-lbs and at the camp, tried quarterback, receiver and defensive line. His best position appears to be on the line and that's where the Lakers would likely have him play.
Another local product on the defensive line is Ottawa Hills' Corey Sueing. Sueing is big (6'4, 235) and is a nice, smooth athlete. He has to get more serious about the game, but has raw tools to work with.
Allendale's Jeff Beebe did not have to go far for the camp. A fine wrestler, Beebe's father and brother played for GV. Jeff is thick and built like a football player; he is a contrast to guys like Sueing because isn't as physically gifted, but is tough, strong and knows the game.
At linebacker, Bay City Western's Lucas Kozuch (6'1, 210) stood out as did Muskegon Mona Shores' Johnny Childers. Both are banger types, so this camp setting wasn't necessarily their most comfortable setting but you could see the aggressiveness both had. Kozuch has good feet and while he hasn't received a ton of attention, he is one to remember. Childers is a tough kid who could be a fullback as well. Check him out HERE.
Dearborn Fordson LB Ahmed El-Khatib only came for one session, but showed he could be another Tractor player who could play on Saturdays. He isn't the biggest guy but he is tough as nails and strong as well.
Yet another Fordson player, CB Hassan Amen was also impressive. It was hard for him to really show his stuff as he came for only an afternoon session. He did make an interception in the 7-7s and showed good technique in the shake drills.