Michigan State OL/DL Camp Report

As usual, a good group of big men attended Michigan State's O-Line/D-Line Camp. Among the group was a Spartan commit and a few other players who emerged as prospects to know about for the future.

Michigan State commit Noah Listermann got to work with his future coaches today. The Cincinnati Winton Woods product is massive, every bit of his listed size and is a prototype body. Having not played much football, he is still raw with technique, particularly with his initial punch and hands, but he has all the tools to develop into a good one. He had a solid day in one on ones.

Mundelein (Ill.) Carmel's Sean Foster is a very tall, long rising junior. At 6-foot-8, 265 pounds, he still has room to grow, but is athletic and bends well for a kid of his size. The key for him is to keep getting bigger and stronger, but he has several offers and appears that more will be on the way as he develops and more schools get to see him. Upper St. Clair (Pa.) has a rising junior to watch as well in Brandon Ford, who is a nice-sized kid who performed well in one on ones. Jack Shutack, a 2015 kid from Nazareth Academy (Ill.) returned to Michigan State after camping at their June 1st event. He has a nice frame and solid upside but must continue getting stronger.

Ohio was well represented at the camp. Trotwood-Madison's Bruce Hinton is a strong, technically sound guard and an FBS prospect. Two 2016 kids, Pickerington North's Adam Notestine and Willoughby South's Nik Urban also had good success in 1-1s.

Central Michigan commit Louis Grigoletti is a tough, hard-working interior prospect who looks like he will develop nicely into a power guard for the Chippewas. Bryce Wilker, a rising senior from Belding who is in search of his first offer had a good day as well.

East Kentwood (Mich.) rising junior tackle Trenton Fincher is massive (6'9, 300). He looked much improved from the last time we saw him and as long as that keeps happening, he will close in on capitalizing on his vast potential and potentially ratcheting up his college interest. Jacob Tecak is another big 2016 prospect. The Pennsylvania native could play inside in college and is a name to remember.

On the defensive line, the name that emerged was LaGrange (Ill.) Nazareth Academy's Devonte Dunn. Only a freshman (2017 class), he showed impressive get-off, athleticism and motor for such a young age. He seems like a kid who is destined for eventual offers. Cass Tech 2016 prospect Michael Onwenu participated on both sides of the ball. A stocky, powerful youngster, he has an offer from Ohio State and has been performing well at camps this summer.

Elliot Laisure (Brunswick, Ohio), Bryce Witherspoon (Clarkston, Mich.), Jared Mosley (Orchard Lake, Mich.), and Jacob Wozniewski (Dewitt, Mich.) are four kids with no offers who had good days. Laisure is very quick and athletic and gave the tackles a tough time. Witherspoon is a powerful inside guy with a nice motor.

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