While the tournament was loaded with top end talent, there were a few notable prospects -- with Michigan interest -- to keep an eye on throughout the day.
Breakdown: Passing leagues aren't necessarily built for 6-foot-4, 262-pound defensive ends. However, Fort Wayne's (Ind.) Auston Robertson may be an exception to the rule. He's athletic and moves well in space. Plus, from a sure size standpoint, it was difficult for opposing quarterbacks to throw over him. The kid is a freak, and will be great asset to whichever team he chooses on June 7.
The Skinny: Like earlier reported on The Michigan Insider, Robertson said he "might" visit on May 30 with fellow Indiana WR standout -- Austin Mack. He said bringing his mom to Michigan is the key, so now can Michigan get Robertson and mom on campus for one more visit? Will see.
Breakdown: Now standing at 6-foot-6, 235-pounds, Dunaway is slowly filling out his frame. He runs well, and is definitely a big target on the field. He fits the mold of Michigan's heavy tight end based scheme.
The Skinny: Now that he has his commitment under his belt, Dunaway's next mission is to get top in-state prospects to join his calls. He'll have his chance on June 2, when Michigan plays host to many of the top in-state prospects.
Breakdown: Naperville (Ill.) 2016 athlete Emmanuel Rugamba plays both wide receiver and cornerback for Boom. He showcased skills at both positions. He was the go to target, catching multiple passes all day. He had a nice one handed grab in the end zone. Also, he showed good movement on interception. His long term growth is at cornerback.
The Skinny: Former Michigan cornerback Todd Howard is one of his high school coaches. He told Rugamba to make the switch to cornerback. So far it seems like a wise decision. He says he plans on camping at Michigan this June. A good camp showing might earn the three-star talent a offer from the Wolverines.