MSU One Day Camp Report: Offense

Michigan State had a good group of prospects up on Saturday. While a lot of the group was made up of 2016 and 2017 prospects, some of the rising seniors who came out still made the most of the opportunity. Here are the offensive notes from the day.

The quarterback group included Central Michigan commit Jake Johnson and highly recruited 2016 prospects Seth Green and Jake Zembiec. Zembiec has picked up some new offers recently. He's a good sized kid with maybe not a huge arm in terms of top end velocity, but his release is smooth, his footwork is good and he shows good all around polish.

Green is a mobile, athletic kid who does everything effortlessly. He throws a nice, easy ball to catch and is comfortable throwing on the move. Johnson always spins it well when we see him. Two Ohio natives, Peyton Ramsey (Cincinnati Elder) and Jacob Harrison (Chaminade Julienne) are kids we feel will play at the FBS level one day. A couple other quarterbacks to look out for in the 2016 class include Josh Jackson (Saline, Mich.) a good sized kid with a powerful arm, Jack Smith (Bloomington, Ind.), who wasn't the biggest guy in the group, but spun it well, Gunnar Hoak (Dublin, Ohio), and Luke Salem (Chanhassen, Minn.).

The wide receiver position had several standout performers. In the rising senior class, the names to know are Jamil Sabbagh (Dearborn, Mich.), Justin Rankin (Elyria, Ohio), and K.J. Osborn (Bradenton, Fla.) who all have FBS offers. Brian Davis (Harvey, Ill.) is big but raw. Parker Hall (Forest Hills, Mich.), Sean Bunting (Clinton Twp., Mich.) and Cameron Cole (Saline, Mich.) are three who should play at some level of college football next year. Ditto for Alledale (Mich.) High's diminutive playmaker Nate Coutrier.

In the younger class, Cass Tech's Demetric Vance continued his strong offseason with a good performance. He is a good sized kid with sure hands. Emmanuel Rugamba (Naperville, Ill.) is a smooth athlete who catches the ball effortlessly. Hunter Broersma (Muskegon, Mich.) is another good athlete with solid speed. Both he and Rugamba must get bigger and stronger though. Kjeti Cline (East Ridge) and Sean Engel (Chaska) are two Minnesota natives who will both be juniors who both have good tools. Cline is fast and athletic, and Engel has good size and ball skills. Class of 2017 prospect K.J. Hamler (Orchard Lake, Mich.) is very fluid and explosive. He is not a big kid who will be highly recruited as a slot. Fellow sophomore to be Justin Weller (Lagrange, Ill.) is a playmaker with good natural ball skills and athleticism. At tight end, Traverse City (Mich.) St. Francis' Matt Seybert has size and reliable hands.

On the offensive line, Wes French (St. Joseph, Mich.) has a chance to continue adding to his offer list, as his size (6-4, 295) and ability to bend and move are impressive, he just needs more technical work on his pass blocking. He's a smart, tough kid though and someone will get a good one there. Nathan Veloz (Oak Creek, Wisc.) does not have any offers yet but may soon. He is big and powerful and did well in 1-1s.

Sam Schlueter (Mayer, Minn.) and Matt Allen (Hinsdale, Ill.) are two young offensive linemen to know. Both are 2016s and both are very different. Schlueter is a long, athletic kid while Allen, like his brothers Brian and Jack, is a true center with a solid base and good technique. Both must keep adding weight and getting stronger. Zach Bycznski (Berea, Ohio) and Sean Rattay (Toledo, Ohio) are two more 2016 kids who will play FBS ball, and 2017 class member Cameron Feguer (Dewitt, Mich.) has a chance to be highly recruited as well.

Norwalk (Ohio) running back Breck Turner had a good day. He is a good sized kid with athleticism and good hands.


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