**2015 quarterback Tyree Jackson from Mona Shores was the most impressive on the day Sunday. He showed much improved arm strength and has grown to a legitimate 6-foot-4, looking eye to eye with Connor Cook. When he adds bulk somewhere, Jackson has a lot of potential. He was most impressive in throwing a 10-15 yard out with good arm strength and accuracy.
**Griffin Dahn, a 2015 QB from Columbus Worthington Kilbourne, had a decent day. His arm strength was good, but he often took too long to make decisions in 7 on 7.
**2016 Detroit King's Mikale Washington is a good prospect to watch moving forward. He has great feet and agility in the pocket and a nice arm that will only get better.
**2017 Olentangy QB Will Phillis stood out in the underclassman portion of 7 on 7. He has a nice arm and good size already.
**2015 Apollo Ridge (Pa.) wideout Tre Tipton had the best day of any. He was fluid and great in and out of his routes – arguably running the best routes of any receiver on hand. He showed good playmaking ability and was very impressive.
**Donnie Corley, a 2016 WR from Wyandotte, Mich., already has some offers and only is going to get more. He was smooth and had great hands Sunday, even though he was limited by an injury. Consistently, he got a lot of respect from the DBs in one on ones, as many did not press him and played off the line.
**2015 WR Nick Marosi from Grand Rapids Catholic Central had a good showing in 7 on 7, making good plays downfield. He is not an offer guy for Michigan State, but could have done himself some favors in front of MAC schools and D-2 schools.
**Shadyside (Ohio) 2015 tight end Austin Dorris showed he can catch the ball well, but was not incredible shifty. He is a very big tight end, though, and plays some quarterback in high school.
**2015 Jackson (Ohio) tight end Reagan Williams looked a little bit out of sorts at times. He might be a better linebacker, but his size could turn him into a tight end/H-back at the next level. He was very athletic, but struggled to catch the ball with great consistency.
**David Edwards, who plays QB at Downer's Grove North, Ill., was arguably the most physically impressive of the tight ends. He is long and has great length, so as he adds bulk, could be quite a player.