There's a reported high temperature of 37 degrees Saturday in Columbus and residents of the city woke up to snow covering the ground.
That didn't mean much for Saturday's Rivals Camp at nearby Hamilton Township High School, though. The show went on.
With the camp being held just a few miles from Ohio State's campus, there were several key Buckeye commitments and targets in attendance. Key five-star 2017 prospects cornerback Lamont Wade and wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones competed, as well as current commits Brendon White, Danny Clark, Toddy Sibley and others.
Check out some of the sights and sounds from the day's action below, mostly via the Rivals Camp's official Twitter account.
White, a 2017 Ohio State commit, worked as a wide receiver Saturday:
Another wide receiver, Peoples-Jones is one of the Buckeyes' top remaining targets in 2017:
Wade is one of Ohio State's top-remaining defensive targets. Here's him working to defend a receiver during 1-on-1s.
Sibley is one of two running backs the Buckeyes have committed in the 2017 class.
The defensive line MVP of the day was Derrius Mullins, a three-star defensive tackle in 2017 from Columbus St. Francis DeSales. Mullins is yet to earn an Ohio State offer, but could eventually get one.
Wade took home MVP honors among the defensive backs.