Brendan Blair took advantage of his versatility over the weekend at Pittsburgh's camp.
Though he's getting recruited on both sides of the ball, he fund more of a comfort zone in the afternoon, when he switched to receiver.
"It was a lot of fun, I thought I did okay," Blair said. "I am still in the learning process for defensive back. When I went over to receiver, I knew most of the stuff. It worked out pretty well."
It also gave him the chance to work with receivers coach Bobby Engram.
"I will take some of the drills from that, and work on them some more," Blair said. "Coach Engram told me to keep doing what I'm doing. He told me I've got the skills to be a receiver, just the little things I need to work on like getting out of my breaks a little faster, and running sharper routes."
Blair said Engram plans to keep in touch with him, but didn't say anything about a timetable for offering. He was one of a few prospects asked to stick around to run some extra routes, for some further evaluation.
"Yeah, they just asked us to stay and run some extra routes, to see a little of the Pitt offense," Blair said. "It was good."
In addition to talking with Engram, some Bowling Green coaches were in attendance, helping work at the camp. They also told Blair they're keeping an eye on him. Blair will head to camps at Toledo and Youngstown State this week before heading to West Virginia on Sunday.