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Showcase Preview: Midwest Linemen
Midwest Regional Manager
Posted Feb 25, 2010
ThinkDetroitPAL's Michigan Showcase will feature a Big Man Clinic that will have several big time linemen coming into for it.
We will have a great chance to see some of the Midwest's best on Sunday at the Michigan Showcase, presented by the
Lifting As We Climb Foundation
Over the last few year's the organization's Sound Mind Sound Body summer camp has become one of the top events in the country, following the success of the Detroit's PAL Youth Football League. This Showcase, held at the University of Michigan's Al Glick Fieldhouse, is shaping up to be more of the same.
On the offensive line, we will have several players who hold offers already.
(Ogemaw Heights, MI) holds five, including Michigan, Michiagn State and Cincinnati and was the MVP of the BadgerSport Elite Linemen Challenge at Rutgers. Fellow Michigander,
(Corunna) holds offers from Central Michigan, MSU and Wisconsin, although a basketball injury may limit him on Sunday.
There will be some out of state players who come in with scholarships under their belt as well. Chicago Simeon's massive
has three currently and Ohio products
(Toledo Catholic Central) and
(Toledo St. Johns) all have FBS offers. Cleveland Kennedy's massive
was a recent recipient of an Ohio State offer.
In addition to those players, there are a number of seniors to be who candidates to receive offers in the future. Walled Lake Central (Mich.) duo
both have Big Ten programs recruiting them as does Southfield-Lathrup's (Mich.) 6'5, 330-lb
. Lansing Waverly's
is athletic and has D1 interest.
There will be some big time underclassmen there as well. Chicago Simeon's
is already 6'7, 275-lbs and started on varsity for the Wolverines last year. Saginaw's 6'5, 300-lb sophomore
and Miamisburg (OH) product
are two other youngsters with big time potential.
Going up against them on the defensive line will be a few big timers in their own right. Holland Springfield (OH) tackle
has a handful of offers, including Michigan and Michigan State. Muskegon (Mich.) defensive end
and Chicago Urban Prep tackle
are two kids we think can play at a high level as well. One sleeper we are excited to see is Thea Bowman (Ind.) tackle
who had 10 sacks last season, a high number for a nose tackle.
A couple of young defensive ends who will be in attendance are poised to become national level recruits.
(Avon, Ind.) is the younger brother of Georiga end
and we've been told that Daniel is actually the "beast of the family." He had 10 sacks last season as a freshman on varsity. Another one with bloodlines is
(Muskegon Heights, Mich.), the younger brother of Central Michigan's
. Evan, only a sophomore, has already received a scholarship offer from Toledo. Detroit Renaissance tackle
is being hailed as the next top prospect from that school.
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