OSU Camp: Thursday Morning Notes

Ohio State opened up their 2014-prospect camp Thursday morning and several highly-rated players were on hand. Morning session was limited to individual testing, with position drills coming in the afternoon.

Morning session notes from Thursday's 2014 morning session at Ohio State:

The tight ends stood out the most of any position group in the morning. Cincinnati Elder's Devin Pike was the sleeper of the group and certainly passed the look test. Ethan Wolf (Minster) is a special talent and really showed well. Jackson's Jacob Betschel ran well and caught the football well in drills.

Another impressive group was linebacker, and Clifton Garrett certainly looked the part. Canton McKinley athlete Jamal Davis might have been the top sleeper of the group and he has added 20-pounds of muscle to his frame. Reggie Speerman, out of Chicago Simeon, is a 2013 prospect that is getting Buckeye interest.

Drew Barker and DeShone Kizer looked great in drills, but will get their chance to throw this afternoon. Joey Duckworth looks like a linebacker and ran well.

Springfield wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass tore through drills and looked the part of a Division-I wideout.

Three youngsters really looked great and flashed in the morning. Eric Glover is a 2015 prospect that exploded for Canton McKinley late last year and he ran a 4.4 forty. Another 2015 kid is Charles Smith out of Holland Springfield, and he kills the look test as a tailback. Another 2015 athlete showing well was Malik Walker, out of Louisville Pleasure Ridge, and he worked out with the defensive backs. Walker is 6-foot-3, 190-pounds.

Scout.com will be back this evening with a report on one-on-one drills.

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