And with good teams, comes good players, and there was certainly no shortage of that.
Michigan Hype Athletics was led by 2015 four-star prospect Tyriq Thompson. At 6-foot-1, 220-pounds, Thompson is big physical linebacker who has filled out well during junior season. A former safety, he runs well and has good cover skills. While the 7-on-7 is generally a showcase for passing, he was able to show why he has double digit offers with his athleticism in today's event.
Other standouts for Hype, included Michigan State pledge Tyson Smith, who held his own in 1-on-1 coverage and definitely a good get for the Spartans. Cameron Lewis, who just received an Western Michigan offer, was another Hype standout with his play making speed on the outside.
Saginaw (Mich.) Star Studded Elite had many up and coming prospect in attendance. However, their headliner -- 2015 athlete Brian Cole – was just there to support his team. But they still had plenty of talent on the field to make up for his field presence.
Sophomore Kalebb Perry turned some heads with pass catching ability today. He has the knack for finding the open seem and made some big plays for his team down the stretch. A little on the thin side, he'll need to add some weight to his 6-foot-1, 160-pound frame moving forward, but he is certainly a guy to keep an eye.
At 6-foot-6, 185-pounds, Michael Robb has the ideal height you are looking for in a tight end at the next level. He made some big plays down the field and has the definite height advantage at the point of attack. Again, he'll have to gain some weight, but his size alone makes him a prospect worth noting.
Saginaw (Mich.) Arthur Hill athlete Will Rogers is a freshman on the rise, he is already 6-foot-4, 205-pounds, and looks physically like he will a top tier prospect. Because he is still growing, what position he will play becomes the big question.
Detroit Maximum Exposure came once again with a talent filled team. Oak Park (Mich.) 2015 CB John Kelly showcased his true cover skills and athleticism all day long. Detroit Cass Tech sophomore CB LaVert Hill had a strong showing, and should be player as camp/7-on-7 circuit continues throughout the spring.
Lastly, after a strong showing last weekend, 2016 WR Donnie Corley made some big plays once again and is looking like he could end up being a big timer.