Michigan Satellite Camp: Indy Camp Report

The Michigan Insider breaks down the top performers interested in Michigan fromm today's event held in Indianapolis.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Michigan held its first satellite camp on Thursday at Bishop Chatard high school located in Northeast Indianapolis -- and The Michigan Insider was there.

Please check out the detailed report from Thursday's camp below.

Michigan 2016 quarterback commit Brandon Peters looked like a different player today compared to his Nike Chicago performance. Mostly, he looked comfortable. He was working closely with U-M coach Jim Harbaugh. The two of them looked like they already have quite the bond brewing up. He made all the throws today too. But his overall demeanor today is what really stood out.

Kiante Enis surprised some by announcing his commitment to Michigan today shortly after the camp. Labeled an athlete, Enis worked out with the running backs and looked the parts of a future runner at U-M. While he could end up a hybrid WR/RB, Enis' size (6-foot-2, 192-pounds) is a match up night mare on the field, and moves extremely well in his breaks. U-M got a good one in Enis.

Chris Evans worked out with the running backs today. He showcased his speed and athleticism throughout the camp. He might have worked out at RB, but his body at 5-foot-10, 195-pounds says DB. And that's where he says he would like to play. Either way, he was probably the best athlete on the field on Thursday.

2018 lineman Emil Ekiyor is rising offensive lineman, who already holds a Michigan offer. He looks closer to 6-foot than 6-foot-2 we have him listed at. However, he showcased quick feet and athleticism for a big man. He's probably a center right now, but could end up a guard when his high schools days are done.

Kordell Looney, who is currently committed to Kentucky, had an impressive day at Michigan's camp. He won the majority of his 1-on-1 battles, and was coached to club his opponent to get the quarterback. He really took to Coach Mattison's teaching.

From the eye test alone, Jovan Swann looks like a college defensive lineman. Another prospect that Mattison was paying extra attention to, Swann was simply better than everybody he faced. He could end up being an offer guy down the road, and told The Michigan Insider during the camp he came to "earn an offer." After his performance, he deserves one.

2017 safety R.J. Potts is lengthy speedy safety, while he doesn't have any offers at the moment, he's a guy to look at down the road.

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