Nagy Making Camp Rounds

Hudson (Oh.) lineman Bill Nagy is in the middle of a camp tour that could bring him offers from the top programs in the region. Nagy spent time at Ohio State before heading off to the others on his list, and we caught up with his father to get some thoughts on how the camp went for Bill.

OL/DL Bill Nagy of Hudson, Ohio comes into the summer camp season as a prime candidate to see his offer list grow dramatically. Nagy's camp tour took a stop at Ohio State recently.

"Bill was down for camp," Nagy's father said. "He had a terrific camp.

"He had a really good time down there. He spent three days. He got to know people and is very comfortable."

Players run 40's at Ohio State on a surface that has a reputation for being slow, but Nagy put up good times.

"He ran under 5.1 on the turf surface that everyone said is slow," his father said. "He also ran a 5.05 on the second attempt."

Nagy (6-5, 295) also put up an 8-1/2 inch broad jump and a 27-inch vertical leap. The Nagys will not know if an offer is coming until after OSU's Senior Advanced Camp sessions later this week.

"There won't be any decisions made until after the camp this weekend," his father said.

Nagy was heading up to Michigan camp for one day, then to Notre Dame Saturday, and Penn State Tuesday.

"Then we're going to go up to Syracuse," Mr. Nagy added. "They've been recruiting him really hard."

Nagy had 52 tackles and 8 TFL as a DT last year.

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