Just got back a little bit ago from watching this scrimmage. Thought I would provide a little insight on what I saw.
Mentor- First off, with Mentor, obviously, I was very impressed with Fritts. I know he does not have the speed Meyer is looking for at wr, but I would have loved to see OSU go after him as sort of an H back. He easily has room to add on some weight. He won a couple of very impressive jump balls today, and even found a way to get behind the defense to make a great grab. I was hoping Marshon Lattimore would be on him, but they were on opposite ends of the field.
Glenville- The trio looked very good, but did not dominated as I was expected. The reason behind that is probably the vanilla approach that these teams take in these scrimmages so they do not give away too much to the scouts from the teams on their schedules during the regular season. However, Eric Smith looked really fluid in the hips out there and he definitely likes to fill holes and come up in support on the run game. Marcelys, as you would expect, looked real big! Footwork looked pretty good, though it could use some work. He seemed like a brick wall though. Marshon, to me, was head and shoulders the best athlete on that field. He did a very nice job setting the edge at corner(one option play he got of the Wr block and laid a nice shot on the Rb. All around impressive play). And of course, on a deep ball he got up high and mossed the cb. After today, I really hope OSU pulls in lattimore and smith.
Kenston- since it is the school my little brother plays for, thought I would add something about them. Even being the smallest team numbers and size wise, I was impressed with how well they held their own. They were able to find the endzone against Gville a couple of times. They are starting a soph qb so the offense got off to a shaky start, but once they got into a rhythm it looked pretty good. The defensive, especially interior dline did a great job of holding their own on the line and essentially stuffing the run game, besides maybe 3 plays were too many missed tackles occurred.