- OL Jacob Achteroff 6-5 295 Sr North Muskeogn
- OL Raymond Cunningham 6-3 270 Sr Charlevoix
- OL Luke Marsh 6-5 240 Jr Montague
- OL Peyton Young 6-4 310 Jr Muskegon Oakridge
- OL Stephen Shewan 6-0 205 Jr Reed City
- QB Gaetano Vallone 5-10 170 Sr Grand Rapids West Catholic
- RB Bryce Stark 5-11 175 Jr Montague
- RB Leroy Quinn 5-11 220 So Muskegon Oakridge
- RB Giovanni Weeks 6-0 170 Jr Kent City
- WR Heath Baldwin 6-5 180 Jr Kalamazoo United
- WR Jake Jansen 5-11 175 Sr Montague
- DL Anthony Pelton 6-4 240 Jr Reed City
- DL Ryan Lints 6-0 225 Sr Traverse City St. Francis
- DL Joseph Scott 6-5 230 Jr Montague
- DL Billy Koepf 5-9 220 Sr Chippewa Hills
- LB Jacob Ager 6-0 230 Sr Boyne City
- LB Nathaniel Mitchell 5-11 200 Sr Grand Rapids West Catholic
- LB Joey Muzljakovich 6-1 195 Sr Traverse City St. Francis
- LB Christian Brooks 6-2 220 Sr North Muskegon
- DB Phillip Jones 5-7 160 Jr Reed City
- DB Eric Carson 6-1 170 Sr Boyne City
- DB Camron Passenioer 6-0 190 Sr Ravenna
Brandon Anderson was the fastest player at last springs LMFR Combine, and again showed off his wheels with a camp second-best 4.46-second 40 time. It’s easy to see how the 5-10, 160 senior averaged over 20 yards per catch during the season for Cassopolis. A versatile playmaker who can come out of the backfield, lineup wide, or contribute in the defensive side. Combine that talent with his strong grades, and Anderson remains one of the most recruit-able available prospects in the Lake Area.
The top 40 time belonged to Antonio Postell, a 5-10, 160 senior from Battle Creek Central, befitting an athlete who was his league champion in the 100 and 200 meters last spring.
After their regional playoff game, Ithaca coach Terry Hessbrook said Montague’s Jake Jancek may have got off the line as any receiver they’ve faced, and the Yellowjackets have seen some talent over their decade of dominance. It was quickly apparent why Jancek earned that kind of praise. A smooth, natural receiver who looked like he’d played with the camp quarterbacks all season, not just met 5 minutes prior. The 5-10, 175 senior ran back-to-back 4.6 40s and showed additional athleticism going airborne to corral balls, once snatching the ball off the top of the defensive back’s helmet. Jancek’s 4.0 gpa just sweetens the deal for college coaches.
An ideal complement to smaller, speed guys like Anderson and Jancek is Blake Keller, a 6-3, 175 Hudsonville senior. Also a college baseball prospect, and that hand-eye ability was evident as he caught everything. Uses his size well and high-points the ball. Keller had the most impressive catch of the workout, battling tough defense while going to the ground and bringing home a live 50/50 ball.
Stevensville Lakeshore’s Damien King formed one of the Lake Area’s top receiving duos in the fall with Connor Brawley. King looks the part, a 6-4, 190 long strider. He struggled with some drops at camp, but that shouldn’t be a concern given his track record he had 25 catches and five touchdowns during the regular season. With his frame and 4.9 speed, may project best as a college tight end.
A number of running backs turned in 40 times of 4.7 seconds or less — 5-8, 170 Keggan Benkhardt of Kenowa Hills; 5-10, 190 Jared Evans from Grant; 5-11, 185 Jared Evans of Grant; 6-11, 185 James Paulin of Ionia; and 6-1, 205 Jake Rajala all the way from Houghton.
Defensive backs and receivers coaches liked included 5-9, 170 Nathan Goralski of Romeo; 5-9, 160 Damyon Wedge of Allegan; and 5-11, 175 Aiden Nelson of Morley Standwood.
The receivers at camp benefited greatly from catching balls from a pair of talented quarterbacks. 6-2, 210 senior Jackson Pollack led Williamston to a Division 4 district title in the fall. Even in the interactions with receivers at the camp you could see some of the charisma and leadership qualities inherent to the QB position. Thickand strong college-ready body and threw a tight ball that he was able to place where defenders didn’t have a chance. It can be tough for small school quarterbacks to make the jump to the next level, so it’s understandable that Merrill’s 6-4, 185 senior Jake Knierim also listed himself for coaches as a running back and could contribute on the other side of the ball, but man what an arm. He threw the best deep ball at camp, just like he did at the LMFR Combine last spring.
OL Brandon Rake 6-7 240 Sr Whitehall
OL Karsen Barnhart 6-6 280 Jr Paw Paw
OL Cole Schut 6-4 270 Sr Holland
OL Antwan Reed 6-6 315 Sr Muskegon
OL Marquis Cooper 6-2 310 Jr Muskegon
TE Brandon Kramer 6-3 220 Sr Cedar Springs
QB Isaac Dykema 6-2 205 Sr Grand Rapids Christian
RB Thomas Griggs 5-10 210 Sr Wyoming Kelloggsville
RB James Daniel 5-9 175 Sr Belding
WR Clinton Jefferson 6-0 175 Sr Muskegon
WR Hunter Spence 5-9 160 Sr Comstock Park
DL Caleb Murphy 6-4 210 Sr Dowagiac Grand Valley State
DL Aiden Burns 6-2 215 Sr Grand Rapids Catholic Central
DL Nico Leasher 6-3 250 Sr Plainwell
DL Marshawn Kneeland 6-4 200 Jr Wyoming Godwin Heights
LB Boone Bonnema 6-3 215 Jr Zeeland East
LB Toby Hulst 6-1 220 Sr Grand Rapids South Christian
LB Chris Griffin 5-10 200 Sr Edwardsburg
LB Ross Bolman 6-1 200 Jr Zeeland West
DB Marvin Harwell 5-10 165 Sr Muskegon
DB Anthony Ladd 5-10 190 Sr Grand Rapids Christian
DB Sean Branch 5-10 175 Sr Stevensville Lakeshore