In the Chicago area, Bolingbrook is perhaps the most talent heavy roster.
The Raiders sport five division one prospects, nearly all whose primary position is on the defensive side of the ball. Most will also see some time on the offensive side of the ball.
Dew-Treadway spent Saturday playing tight end with the first team offense. He ran some good routes, and caught quite a few passes. Of course, he is 6-foot-4, 275 pounds and pretty much looked like he was bull rushing through defenders while running routes.
Head coach John Ivlow talked about Dew-Treadway, who will see some time as tight end during the season, saying "he's got really good hands."
That was pretty evident Saturday.
Jacob Huff and Julian Huff are both headed to Minnesota and didn't get a chance to get up to the recruiting BBQ because of the 7-on-7. They had good days at the event, probably the most improved part of their game is their footwork.
Julian had good field vision from the linebacker position and moved around the field well. Jacob, at defensive back, was mobile as well and moved well to his man all day.
The fifth division one prospect on the defense for the Raiders is linebacker Tuf Borland, who watched the event from the field as a rest day. Borland will play outside linebacker and maybe even some running back this season. He has offers from Illinois and UMass.
Two other prospects that had big days were running back and overall athlete Quincy Woods. Woods ran a 4.5 in the 40 on the summer camp circuit, and used to play quarterback for Bolingbrook but has taken a more natural position out on the field. Ivlow called him "one of the best he has ever coached."
One wide receiver that looks the part, and just has to become a little more consistent is Dimetri Wiafe-Akenten, at 6-foot-3 looks the part of a division one prospect.