OSU Camp: Morning Report

Ohio State held their first summer camp Sunday, and several top performers are on hand. Who stood out during morning drills?

- One of the bigger stories is the appearance of quarterback Stephen Collier, who received special attention from quarterback coach Tom Herman. Urban Meyer also spent some time alone with the Georgia product. Is an offer coming?

- Wide receiver Terry McLaurin also was brought into the indoor facility to work with wide receiver coach Zach Smith. The Indianapolis athlete was pretty impressive, and looked the part of an Ohio State wideout. Like Collier, McLaurin could be on the receiving end of a Buckeye offer.

- Defensive tackle Poona Ford is here, and the Hilton Head four-star prospect showed quick feet and was explosive off the line. However, he is not ideal-sized and doesn't look the part of an Ohio State D-lineman. Going to be interesting to see how he performs in afternoon one-on-ones.

- Vayante Copeland looked good in DB drills, and is bigger than we thought he would be. Is he a safety at the next level?

-Dixon D'Cota is here from New Smyrna, Florida, and was as impressive as any DB in attendance. He looks the part of a BCS player.

- Rashod Berry (Lorain) is a 2015 LB of note, and he moved effortlessly for a bigger player. One to watch.

- One of the youngest players on-hand is also an impressive physical specimen, and Rashan Gary put on a show going through drills. He looks like an NFL player, but is only a 2016 prospect. From New Jersey, and a top defensive tackle prospect.

- Tyree Kimmel is a 2015 prospect out of Huber Heights Wayne, and he looked good in DB drills. One to watch.

- George Brown is working out at DE today. Will be interesting to see how he does in the one-on-ones, but he passes the look test.

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