Sunday's Under Armour All-America Camp featured a group of Ohio State commits, a trio of uncommitted five-star prospects and a handful of Buckeye targets and hopefuls.
Check out some of the sights and sounds from the football field at Fortress Obetz in the gallery above and the videos below:
Ohio State linebacker commit C.J. Hicks was recently bumped to a five-star prospect, nearly one year after he exploded with an MVP performance at last year's Elite Underclassmen Camp in Obetz, Ohio. That performance put him on the map as a national recruit.
Dasan McCullough, who recently moved from Kansas to Indiana upon his father taking the job as the Hoosiers' running backs coach, made his first visit to Columbus this weekend since he committed to the Buckeyes.
Gonna be some fun battles between these three down the road in the Big Ten.— Zack Carpenter (@Zack_Carp) April 11, 2021
Ohio State LB commits C.J. Hicks and Dasan McCullough, who each might get lined up with Penn State WR commit Kaden Saunders (@KSaunders03) one day. pic.twitter.com/HasaQqGDdv
The second linebacker to commit to the Buckeyes in the 2022 class was Gabe Powers. Ever since his August 1 commitment last year, the Marysville prospect has been on a mass-building meal plan and has noticeably gotten bigger.
Ohio State commits Dasan McCullough, Gabe Powers and C.J. Hicks among the award recipients following linebacker workouts at the Under Armour All-American Camp. pic.twitter.com/CAm2QhDkpa— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 11, 2021
Offensive line commit Tegra Tshabola did not have a great showing at last year's Obetz-hosted camp, but this time around he was noticeably better, including having trimmed his weight down.
Ohio State offensive tackle commit Tegra Tshabola vs. Massachusetts defensive end Samuel Okonlola pic.twitter.com/hlRlqxIP35— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 11, 2021
Despite a tragedy in his family, Ohio State cornerback commit Jyaire Brown took the time to compete on Saturday and displayed physicality during one-on-one drills between receivers and defensive backs.
Ohio State cornerback commit Jyaire Brown in coverage. pic.twitter.com/780eKOIBKK— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 11, 2021
Mentor's Brenan Vernon is the No. 1-ranked prospect in Ohio in the 2023 class. He was recently rated as a five-star player in the first composite rankings of the cycle, which includes the rising junior being ranked No. 9 overall and No. 2 at strongside defensive end.
Brenan Vernon vs. Massachusetts offensive tackle Samson Okunlola pic.twitter.com/LTzxq6Yej9— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 11, 2021
Vernon is the state of Ohios top-ranked 2023 prospect and right now sits at No. 9 overall, No. 2 at strongside defensive end in the nation pic.twitter.com/McPmRXhO9p— Zack Carpenter (@Zack_Carp) April 11, 2021
Sonny Styles is already a five-star prospect ranked No. 23 overall and No. 1 at safety in 2023. He is only going to get better from here, and his physicality was on display Sunday.
Off camera, Styles breaks up this pass at the end after making his break pic.twitter.com/sBPO2zz6dK— Zack Carpenter (@Zack_Carp) April 11, 2021
Wayne High School's Josh Padilla became the fourth in-state player to be offered by the Buckeyes in the 2023 cycle. The interior offensive line prospect will see himself become a top-150 level player when the next rankings are released.
No. 83 Kadyn Proctor is a five-star offensive tackle from Iowa who looks the part. No. 70 Josh Padilla is a highly touted guard prospect from Dayton who recently received an Ohio State offer. pic.twitter.com/1cwDX5kn81— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 11, 2021
Delian Bradley is a player the Buckeyes really like in the 2022 class as either a safety or a slot cornerback. The Springfield, Ohio product is set for a workout this summer in which he will be evaluated by the Buckeyes' coaching staff.
Ohio State running backs coach Tony Alford and Indiana running backs coach Deland McCullough, the father of Dasan McCullough and Buckeye target Daeh McCullough, were on hand at the camp to watch their sons perform.
Among those working out at todays Under Armour All-America Camp: Braydon Alford, a 2024 wide receiver and the son of Ohio State running backs coach Tony Alford. pic.twitter.com/UnnUiOc4U0— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 11, 2021
Eleven Warriors will have more from the camp throughout the week, including observations, highlights and more player interviews of the Buckeyes' top targets.