GENEVA, Ohio - The first stop of the Under Armour Camp Series wrapped up outside of Cleveland on Sunday afternoon, and it was a unheralded name that stole the show.


If this was a baseball event, Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic standout Jase Bowen would have walked in as one of the biggest names on the field. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound 2019 recruit is committed to play shortstop at Notre Dame.

Perhaps he’s that level of a football player too. With what he showed at this event, he can play receiver anywhere.

Bowen was dominant from the start of 1-on-1s all the way through the entire competition portion. A quick-twitch, route runner, he created separation all afternoon and was extremely sure-handed.

Bowen wants to play both football and baseball on the next level. Minnesota has offered on the gridiron along with a few MACs. Ohio State and the Irish are among the other programs showing personal interest.


Cincinnati (Ohio) Anderson four-star offensive lineman Zeke Correll was one of two to leave the facility with an invite to the Under Armour All-American Game. He was the most athletic player in the building at his position moving at a different speed during drills. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound Correll used his quickness, good feet and strength to hold defensive linemen at bay during 1-on-1s. Notre Dame was the leader for Correll who has taken a step back from that following the Irish losing former offensive line coach Harry Hiestand to the NFL. Correll remains high on ND, while also speaking highly of Ohio State, Penn State, Kentucky and Clemson.

After Bowen, it was Fairfield (Ohio) High tight end Erick All that was the next best reliable target, a regular playmaker in this setting, incredibly smooth and dependable All caught the ball all over the field. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound All created separation but he also used his frame to box out defenders for receptions as well. Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rutgers and Syracuse are among the programs to offer.

Bethlehem (Pa.) Catholic 2019 offensive lineman Elias Marte was an unknown with no scholarship offers coming in. He left with the position MVP honors. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound Marte took on the best defensive linemen at the camp and won more than his fair share of reps. He showed a little nastiness on this day.

Michigan State quarterback commit Dwan Mathis was the most consistent of the signal-callers. The 6-foot-5, 195-pound Top247 recruit from Oak Park (Mich.) High saw the field well, spun it consistently and also took reps at wide receiver and was a tough cover doing that as well. Quarterbacks coach Jeff Blake was very impressed with the future Spartan.

Michigan offensive line commit Nolan Rumler was also invited to the Under Armour All-American game. Lining up at center, the 6-foot-3, 290-pound Rumler was a finisher during 1-on-1s, several times driving or throwing defensive linemen to the ground. The four-star recruit out of Akron (Ohio) Archbishop Hoban plays tackle on Fridays and like he is in those game was steady and consistent during the competition portion at this camp.


Wexford (Pa.) North Allegheny 2018 cornerback Joey Porter Jr. transitioned to cornerback during the fall. At this event it looked like he’s been playing the position his entire life. The 6-foot-1, 165-pound Porter used to fancy himself as a receiver, but with his extremely long frame and fluid movements makes him a natural in the secondary. Porter was a blanket in 1-on-1s, showing good technique, change of direction quickness and was comfortable in both press and off coverage. Porter didn’t give up much on this day and showed why Pittsburgh and West Virginia are contacting him daily. Porter said offers from Ohio State and Penn State would be game-changers.

Belleville (Mich.) High defensive end Jalen Hunt was the most dominant player off the edge, certainly blowing by offensive tackles with that quick first step but also using an arsenal of moves to beat his adversary to the inside. The 6-foot-3, 256-pound Hunt will bring versatility across the front to whichever school he chooses. Offers to date include Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri and Pittsburgh.

Springfield (Ohio) High defensive tackle Isaiah Gibson was the most dominant player on the interior, having his way with whoever lined up in front of him. Gibson gets off the ball well, high-motored and flexible, he was one of the few to give Correll trouble. No program is recruiting Gibson harder than Minnesota as he talks to P.J. Fleck and company daily.

Cincinnati (Ohio) Princeton 2020 outside linebacker Jaheim Thomas was active in coverage, extremely long and he can change direction. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound Thomas is raw but had the look of a future blue-chipper.

Cleveland (Ohio) St. Ignatius linebacker Tommy Eichenberg’s game is as a downhill thumper but in this setting he showed ability to make things happen in coverage. Eichenberg has some explosiveness to him and he’s instinctual. Boston College, Duke, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland and Purdue are among the offers.


Stock up on 2019 defensive end Michael Fletcher from Flint (Mich.) Carman Ainsworth. The 6-foot-6, 240-pounder may have been the best prospect in the building. He’s barely tapped into his frame and has a ceiling to develop into a difference-maker across the front. A fantastic athlete that is also a standout basketball player, Fletcher had some good reps in 1-on-1s. The quickness, strong hands and leverage he played with made him a tough matchup in 1-on-1s. Fletcher is raw but when it all comes together consistently he’s going to be dangerous. Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin and Georgia are among the offers he’s strongly considering.

Reynoldsburg (Ohio) High athlete Mershawn Rice found his top-end speed as quickly as anyone and used that burst for some eye-opening reps at receiver. His traits however may better project at outside linebacker where he could develop into a unique talent.

Dublin (Ohio) Coffman 2020 athlete Michael Drennen II got the Under Armour Future 50 invite who caught everything in owning all linebackers that tried to challenge him. Short stuff, deep stuff, Drennen had as many receptions as any prospect competing. 247Sports ranks him as the No. 1 recruit in the Buckeye State in the sophomore class.

During defensive back drills, nobody moved like Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway’s Derrick Davis Jr. who exploded through that work. The 2021 recruit could play numerous positions on the next level. He worked out at cornerback in this venue but could also be a big-time guy on offense. Penn State is the early 247Sports Crystal Ball favorite.

Mathis wasn’t the only multi-position standout at the camp as Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech athlete Jalen Graham made plays at receiver and cornerback. Iowa State, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Pittsburgh, Purdue and Syracuse are among those to offer.

Wasn’t a terrific quarterback group. Walled Lake (Mich.) Western signal-caller Sam Johnson impressed with his arm-talent and Trevor Bycznski flashed as well. 2021 Christian Veillieux will definitely be a prospect to keep tabs on moving forward as he made several nice throws.

At running back, Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech 2019 Jevan Swanigan and Cincinnati (Ohio) LaSalle’s Cameron Porter shined time and again as pass catchers. Swanigan is a slot on the prep level and wasn’t the only at that position to be noticed as Bedford (Ohio) High 2020 Jaden Smith along with Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers 2019 Jordan Presley using their shiftiness to make a lot of plays.

It was a nice tight end group with Akron (Ohio) Archbishop Hoban’s Quanterius Easterling and Columbus (Ohio) Bishop Hartley’s Jordan Kirkbride joining All as downfield threats. After Bowen, Aliquippa (Pa.) High’s Will Gipson, Pittsburgh (Pa.) Imani Christian’s Rahmon Hart, Belleville (Mich.) High 2020 Jalen Williams, Kobe Armstrong from Canada were the standout receivers.

On the offensive line, Detroit Cass Tech, 2021 Raheem Anderson’s performance wasn’t far behind Correll and Rumler’s. Paw Paw (Mich.) High 2019 Karsen Barnhart was the best offensive tackle at the event. From a frame standpoint he projects better inside but has the feet to play tackle. Michigan State and Michigan are battling there. Portsmouth (Ohio) High 2019 offensive lineman Colin Boehm had some terrific 1-on-1s and Spencer Holstege, Ja'quay Hubbard, Zach Carpenter, 2020 Sherod Greene, Danny Motowski and Elijah Boyd did good things as well.

Flipping over to defense, West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West Top247 defensive lineman Steven Faucheux, Westerville (Ohio) North’s Jeremiah Burton, Belleville (Mich.) High’s Jalen Bell, Cincinnati (Ohio) Princeton 2020 Darrion Henry and 2020 Canadians in Akheem Mestidor and Kenny Mestidor were among the stand outs at the point of attack.

Clayton (Ohio) Northmont linebacker Jestin Jacobs got in front of several passes and found the hip pocket of running backs trying to get downfield. Belleville (Mich.) High 2019 linebacker Marvin Ham took away the flats and also covered well down the seams. Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech’s 2019 Devin Nicholson looked like a Power Five guy too. Brody Ingle and Dezman Cooper each had a nice camp too.

It was a good defensive back group. Aliquippa (Pa.) High’s M.J. Devonshire was good in press coverage, Farmington Hills (Mich.) Harrison’s Roderick Heard was smooth in drills and had several pass breakups. Columbus (Ohio) Walnut Ridge’s Julius Wood has speed and athleticism coveted. Belleville (Mich.) High 2020 Andre Seldon was lockdown in 1-on-1s. Moses Douglass, Marcus Fuqua, Rashod Allen, Kortez Toles and Corey Thomas who is a specimen at safety flashed many times as well.

Live Updates from the camp can be found here.

247Sports’s Allen Trieu and Bill Greene contributed to this report.