Kettering Fairmont offensive tackle Jeff Duncan was one of the participants, and the 6-foot-6, 270-pound, offensive lineman enjoyed the experience.
"I was motivated to go to Under Armour and compete head-to-head against the best players in the country," Duncan stated. "A lot of these guys have multiple offers, and I'm looking to prove myself and see where I stand."
"My strength is my efficiency, and this season I did not have one holding call, personal foul, or false start," he added. "My speed off the ball is what I do best, but I definitely need to build up my strength more."
Although he holds no offers at this time, Duncan has been on a few visits and is drawing interest.
"I do not have any offers yet, but I have a few schools showing a lot of interest," he explained. "I would say Illinois and Indiana have shown the most interest, along with Northwestern and Kentucky. I want to visit Illinois, Indiana and Boston College in the next few months for junior days."
"I'm just looking for the right fit, and distance won't matter to me," Duncan said. "I'm just looking for the right balance between academics and football, because my goal is to get a masters degree in business administration. My education is very important to me."