Last weekend, 247Sports national analyst Keith Niebuhr and national writer Steve Wiltfong saw an abundance of talent at the Charlotte Nike Football Training Camp and the Adidas Showcase at Grand Valley State in Michigan.
QB Jayru Campbell is a 2015 target to many college programs.
Many of the top prospects from those events will be signing with colleges next February.
But others that impressed still have two or three years left of high school.
Here are some of the 2015s and 2016s that caught our eyes at those events.
Jayru Campbell, QB, Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech (2015) -- Campbell was sharp on Sunday, and the two-time state champion was throwing the football with a ton of velocity -- and on the money. Alabama, Michigan State and Notre Dame have already offered.
Jashon Cornell, DE, St. Paul (Minn.) Cretin Derham Hall (2015) -- Cornell performed like a future Top 25 prospect at Sunday's Adidas Showcase. The 6-feet-4, 230-pounder is an elite pass rusher and has a chance to be as highly touted as recent Minnesota blue-chippers Seantrel Henderson and Michael Floyd. Notre Dame has emerged as the early team to beat.
Lawrence Gordon, DE, Saginaw (Mich.) Arthur Hill (2016) -- The 6-foot-5, 230-pound class-of-2016 prospect has a chance to be highly recruited. He was named an underclassmen MVP at the Adidas Showcase. Gordon visited Ohio State over the weekend and has also taken a recent trip to Michigan State.
Noah Green, OT, Boiling Springs (S.C.) Boiling Springs (2015) -- Largely unknown outside his region at this point, Green performed well at the Charlotte NFTC, and apparently had a stellar showing the day before at the Nike SPARQ event. Green, who has a nice frame, displayed an excellent punch and sound footwork against a strong group of defensive linemen. Look for interest in him to pick up soon.
Albert Huggins, DE, Orangeburg (S.C.) Orangeburg-Wilkinson (2015) -- Huggins, who was offered by Alabama last Friday, was excellent on Sunday. The 6-feet-3, 260-pounder is a big kid that carries very little bad weight. His upper body already is pretty chiseled, and his power base is stout. Look for Huggins to eventually become a tackle. Right now, though, he's an excellent strong-side end with quickness, a ferocious rip and solid counter moves. Huggins only knew one speed at the Charlotte NFTC, and that was full speed.
Here is video of 2015 DE Albert Huggins competing at the Charlotte NFTC on Sunday.
Tyler Queen, QB, Kennesaw (Ga.) North Cobb (2015) -- The sophomore signal caller -- unlike many on hand Sunday -- was not hurt much by terrible weather conditions at the Charlotte NFTC, which included rain and wind. He got on top of the football well and created a good bit of consistent spin. Queen, who is in the 230-pound range, is a big kid, but his footwork in position drills was solid. He already has two offers, and schools such as Clemson and Georgia apparently have taken a strong interest.
Kyonta Stallworth, OL, Saint Clair Shores (Mich.) South Lake (2015) -- The top underclassmen offensive lineman at the Adidas Showcase, the 6-feet-4, 265-pound Stallworth used his long arms and strong punch to keep pass rushers at bay. UCLA has already offered and Stallworth believes Michigan State could be next.
Antonio Williams, RB, New London (N.C.) North Stanly (2016) -- Several college programs already have offered the talented freshman, and he showed why that's the case at the Charlotte NFTC. On a slick field, Williams breezed through position drills and looked especially comfortable on anything that showcased his footwork. He also showed the ability to run excellent routes and catch the ball.
*Michael Barnett, an impressive 6-feet-4, 245-pound 2015 defensive end from Dorchester (S.C.) Woodland that competed in the Charlotte NFTC, said North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia Tech have been by his school. Apparently, the Hokies, who are his lone offer, have stopped by multiple times. Barnett hopes to be in Blacksburg, Va., in a couple weeks.
*Look for Queen to visit Clemson soon. No date is set, but a trip is being worked out.
*2016 tight end/defensive end Isaac Nauta of Buford (Ga.) has seen interest in him skyrocket since the recent VTO Sports Prep 100 in Georgia (we featured him two weeks ago). He already had two offers then, but has since added Florida, Michigan and Tennessee. He thinks Alabama could be close. Nauta is 6-feet-5, 240 pounds.