Following the conclusion of Monday's Stanford football camp, The Bootleg had a chance to catch up…
OSU Jr. Camp: Morning Session
Ohio State is holding a two-day camp this week for rising juniors, and Thursday's morning session featured several outstanding prospects, going through individual testing. Who stood out in the morning workouts? Adolphus Washington:Cincinnati Taft. Defensive End. Washington is not working out, but certainly passes the look test. He's listed as a defensive end, but I can see him at 285-pounds in no time, and playing defensive tackle. Warren Ball: Columbus DeSales. Tailback. Might have been the most impressive athlete in attendance, from a physical standpoint. No official time in the forty, but he appeared to be gliding and flying. Looks to be bigger than the listed 200-pounds. Brionte Dunn: Canton GlenOak. Tailback. If Ball wasn't the most impressive, then Dunn was. His father indicated he ran a 4.55 forty-yard dash time, and he did it effortlessly. Body seems slimmer, in the 215-pound range. Anthony Stanko: Warren Howland. Offensive Lineman. Stanko has slimmmed down from last season, and is 6-foot-4, 305-pounds, and ran well. He is a mauler, out of the Justin Boren school, and is a strong candidate for a Buckeye offer. Bam Bradley: Trotwood Madison. Safety. Bradley is one of three great safety prospects in the 2012 Ohio class, and he also ran extremely well for 205-pounds. Only staying for today, because of job responsibilities. Allen Gant: Sylvania Southview. Safety. Similar to Bradley, and another 205-pounder who can move. Gant is healthy now, and coming off a strong Michigan camp. His father, Tony, played at Michigan. DeShawn Hall: GlenOak. Safety. He has gotten bigger, and appears to have the frame to fill out to 225-pounds. Hall didn't run as well as the other two safety prospects, but he is a pure football player, and will show well in one-on-one drills this afternoon. He plays cornerback in high school, but could end up a linebacker. Se'Von Pittman: Canton McKinley. Defensive End. Pittman ran a 4.6 forty, and looked great doing it. He is a long-armed, quick defensive end prospect, and stood out in his group. Royce Jenkins-Stone: Detroit Cass Tech. Linebacker. Followed up a great week in Detroit at Sound Mind Sound Body, by standing out in the linebacker testing. Great quickness and a great frame, and a certain high BCS recruit. Scout.com will be on hand for both days of junior camp, and will have a report on the afternoon session later on this evening.
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