The festivities began before 10 a.m. and were still going strong well into the afternoon.
Here are some notes about the Nike Camp:
* Dayton Chaminade-Julienne DB Brandon Harrison may have run the fastest time at the camp with a 4.25-second 40-yard dash on the indoor field at the WHAC. He was also timed at 4.3 seconds on another attempt. He had a 37-inch vertical leap and was among the most impressive campers at 5-9, 190 pounds. He bench pressed 185 pounds 18 times. He has been offered by Miami (Ohio) and Michigan and Notre Dame are each close to offering.
* Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas DB Dennis Underwood ran a 4.35-second 40. He also had a 35-inch vertical. Underwood (6-0, 185) also boasts a 3.2 GPA.
* Wellston LB Lance Phillips ran a 4.9 40. He also did an impressive 26 reps of the 185-pound bench press. He measured 243 pounds on his 6-0 frame.
* Pemberville Eastwood QB Kevin Leady ran a quick 4.51-second 40 time.
* Cleveland Glenville was represented by DL Curtis Smith, RB-DB Tim Connors (4.42 40, 20 reps on the 185-pound bench), OL Mike Russell and OL Brian Browning.
* WR E.J. Morton-Green (6-3, 195) ran a 4.56-second 40-yard time.
* Jackson, Mich., QB/athlete prospect Antonio Bass (offers from UM, MSU, Purdue, Iowa, VT, and others) was among the most impressive campers with a 4.4-second 40.
* North Carolina RB Jay Oakley (5-10, 213) ran a 4.51-second time in the shuttle. He benched 185 pounds 25 times.
* Detroit DePorres WR Talonnie Russell (5-10, 161) was also impressive.
* Impressive from the Columbus City League were Marion-Franklin's Alex Daniels, Mifflin's James Gilmore and Brookhaven's Dominic Jones.
* Pittsburgh Seton-LaSalle QB Bill Stull attended the camp and has offers from Kentucky, North Carolina and Akron.
"He definitely would want to come here (if offered)," said Seton-LaSalle coach Greg Perry, who accompanied Stull.
According to Perry, Pittsburgh likely will not offer until Stull attends the Panthers' camp with his team on June 21.
* Other QBs attending the event included Cincinnati St. Xavier's Rob Schoenhoft, Orrville's Tim Hiller, Millersburg West Holmes' Tyler Dennis and Clayton Northmont's Ty Horner.
* More names of note in attendance from Ohio included: Javon Ringer, Ryan Brinson, Brian Hartline, Alex Boone, Shawn Glaser, B.J. Travers, Brad Jones, Brandon Long.
* More names from out-of-state included Belfry, Ky. RB-DB David Jones and San Diego St. Augustine QB Jason Forcier.