There’s always plenty of football talent in the state of Ohio.
Five-star 2015 OT Maea Teuhema and his older brother and fellow Texas commit Sione Teuhema will travel up from the Lone Star State.
Thanks to Football University, there will be even more this weekend.
The Football University Top Gun – High School Camp this weekend in Dublin, Ohio will play host to some of the nation’s top high school football prospects.
Here's a look at many of the names to watch for, and 247Sports will be on-hand providing updates throughout.
Big Timers Headed To Big-Time Programs
Ranked by 247Sports as the nation’s No. 3 offensive tackle and No. 12 prospect overall in the class-of-2015, Keller (Texas) High standout Maea Teuhema is the highest-rated prospect listed on the camp roster regardless of graduation year. The Texas bound standout makes the trip to the Midwest with his older brother, class-of-2014 Longhorns defensive end commit Sione Teuhema.
Top 2014 prospects include Notre Dame running back commit Elijah Hood who arrives as the nation’s No. 6 running back according to the 247Composite and No. 45 prospect overall, Tennessee safety pledge Todd Kelly who is the No. 6 player at his position and No. 62 overall, and exciting receiver and Florida State commit Markell Pack, who checks in at No. 11 at his position and No. 95 nationally. Another Vols commit in defensive back D’Andre Payne, the nation’s No. 18 cornerback and No. 202 prospect overall, will also participate.
Two other Top100 2015 prospects that have already made their college decision are South Carolina bound defensive end Arden Key, the nation’s No. 2 weak-side defensive end and No. 49 prospect overall, and offensive lineman Josh Wariboko, the country’s No. 6 offensive guard and No. 90 player nationally.
Top247 OT Demetrius Knox is one of the top uncommitted prospects attending. UCLA, Ohio State and Miami are his current top three.
Recruiting Storylines To Keep An Eye On
In the 2014 class…
Top247 offensive lineman Demetrius Knox arrives favoring UCLA with Ohio State and Miami rounding out his top three. Florida and TCU also remain in the mix.
Top247 defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi is high on Virginia and Virginia Tech with Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State all being schools he’s still considering.
Four-star defensive end Connor Humphreys is nearing a college decision with Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Tennessee, USC and Wisconsin all still possibilities.
In the 2015 class…
Top100 athlete Chris Warren comes up from Texas already holding offers from Alabama, Baylor, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas, Texas Tech and UCLA.
Top100 running back Jacques Patrick holds more offers than any other prospect in his class. Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina and Ohio State are the ones to make an early impression.
Notre Dame is the current leader for Top100 2015 OT Tristen Hoge.
Notre Dame has the early lead over LSU for Top100 offensive tackle Tristen Hoge.
Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, UCLA and Washington have extended scholarships to Top247 offensive tackle Keenan Walker.
Top247 outside linebacker Cameron Townsend is another Texas product with offers from Baylor, Michigan, Oklahoma, the Longhorns, USC and Utah.
Another four-star in linebacker Roquan Smith holds early opportunities from Ole Miss and UCLA. Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman safety Nicco Fertitta has scholarships from Hawaii and Utah, and Newhall (Calif.) High receiver Trent Irwin has full-rides from Cal and Colorado, and really wants one from Stanford.
There will be two Top247 quarterback in the 2015 class at the event slinging it in Newhall (Calif.) Hart’s Brady White and Green Bay (Wis.) Ashwaubenon’s James Morgan. Both figure to be highly recruited before it’s all said and done.
In the 2017 class, Southlake (Texas) Carroll’s Lindell Stone has already been offered by UCLA.
Look Like Sure Things
Baton Rouge (La.) University Lab class-of-2017 linebacker/running back Dylan Moses has yet to play a high school football game. That hasn’t stopped Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Texas and UCLA from offering. On the same stage with so much talent, the 6-foot, 217-pound Moses could be this weekend’s biggest star.
After just one season of high school football, Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall defensive end Rahshaun Smith has emerged as one of the top overall prospects in the 2016 class. His offer list consists of Arkansas, Boston College, Connecticut, Maryland, Ohio State, Oregon State, Penn State, Rutgers, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Smith has been dominant in the camp setting going back to before his freshman season.