Opening Columbus: Offensive Report

The Michigan Insider breaks down the top offensive performers form Sunday's Nike Football Opening Regional Columbus.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nike's annual combine held The Ohio State University didn't disappoint today. It was loaded with talented players from across the country, with many of them having notable interest in Michigan.

Below is a complete breakdown of the top offensive players involved in the all-day event with instant analysis from The Michigan Insider crew.

Farmington (Mich.) 2016 four-star WR Desmond Fitzpatrick could have easily walked away with camp MVP honors and no one would have disputed it. However, that didn't stop him from having another consistent day on the field. He runs nice crisp routes, and always seems to come down with the ball. If he wasn't the best wide out there, he was definitely top-three.

Austin Mack earned an invite to The Opening on Sunday. While he struggled early with some drops, he quickly recovered with some nice catches down the stretch run. The rust was expected, since this was his first football action since tearing his shoulder six months ago. An overall solid performance by the Indiana native.

Donovan Peoples-Jones was named camp MVP in the SPARQ challenge. He ran a blazing 4.45 forty, and did it on the field as well. He has a knack for making the big play. He's also a great athlete and it shows on the field.

At 6-foot-3, 185-pounds, Jaylen Harris is still growing into his body. He shows big time potential. A natural basketball player, Harris could end up being big time player by the time he graduates. He's already a match up nightmare on the edge.

At 6-2, 290-pounds, Michael Onwenu earned a trip to The Opening this time around after wining camp MVP a year ago. He won his fair share in 1-on-1s, and looks the part of a future guard at the next level. He even took some reps at defensive tackle too. He can play on either side in college, and it showed on Sunday.

Michigan 2017 tight end Carter Dunaway is a big target at 6-foot-6, 230-pounds, which created some match up issues in 1-on-1s. He had a couple nice catches in coverage. He won't blow by you with his speed, but his size is clearly his best asset.

Oak Park (Mich.) 2017 OT Ja'Raymond Hall showed good feet and was able to keep most of his opponents at bay. He'll need to get bigger, but he has the size to do it. He lived up to his early hype so far.

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