WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- The Opening regional in Ohio was loaded with some of the top football prospects in the Midwest and they all put on a show on Saturday.
The highest ranked prospect in attendance was wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones, ranked No. 12 overall.
Detroit battle with WR Donovan Peoples-Jones against DB Ambry Thomas pic.twitter.com/S6qo4Un5uV— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Peoples-Jones said he doesn’t have any visits planned yet, but recently went to Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, Florida State and Florida.
The ESPN 300 receiver never disappoints, and he earned his second trip to The Opening finals in Oregon after another outstanding performance against some top defensive backs.
That included ESPN 300 defensive back Jamyest Williams, the No. 47 overall prospect.
ESPN300 DB Jamyest Williams against WR KJ Hamler pic.twitter.com/BD3e69FhwU— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Williams traveled from Georgia and then visited Ohio State following the camp.
Before arriving at OSU, he was surrounded by Buckeyes with six Ohio State commitments at the event.
Linebacker Antjuan Simmons was one of those commits on hand.
Ohio State LB commit Antjuan Simmons has done well in 1-on-1's so far pic.twitter.com/1SNeNxxu8f— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Simmons, a four-star prospect, was one of the top linebackers during the day and received an invite to The Opening finals as well.
ESPN 300 running back Todd Sibley, another Ohio State commitment, was also in attendance and had an excellent day.
Ohio State RB commit Todd Sibley pushed the L button on the LB pic.twitter.com/LuAhhUsoJp— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Sibley is currently committed to Ohio State, but said he is entertaining other schools. Sibley said he is hearing from Pitt, Missouri, Penn State, Virginia, Michigan State, Michigan and a few others.
The No. 165-ranked prospect said he doesn’t have a timeline to decide if he will stay committed or flip to another school.
Ohio State wasn’t the only Big Ten team represented. Penn State quarterback commit Sean Clifford was also in attendance. Clifford was the only QB at the event to advance to the Elite 11 finals.
Penn State QB commit Sean Clifford again pic.twitter.com/umeVev9RmB— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
The state of Michigan was also well represented at the Ohio camp with a plethora of prospects from the state up north.
Johnson ended up winning the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.45 after running it in 4.43 seconds earlier in the day.
ESPN 300 defensive backs Jaylen Kelly-Powell and Thomas were a few other standouts from Detroit and both plan to take a trip to Wisconsin and Notre Dame on May 13 and 14.
ESPN300's Jaylen Kelly-Powell and Ambry Thomas (pictured) visiting Wisconsin Friday, Notre Dame Saturday pic.twitter.com/fs8MZpfk0o— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Thomas says that he will also visit Michigan on May 26 and while he doesn’t have a top list, Penn State, West Virginia, Pitt, Notre Dame, Arizona, Michigan and Michigan State are the schools currently sticking out.
Offensive lineman Jedrick Wills, the No. 98 prospect, was also at the camp and showed why he is so highly sought after.
ESPN300 OL Jedrick Wills, No. 98 overall, in 1-on-1's pic.twitter.com/bqecIJ8PEy— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Wills said he wants to narrow down his list before the summer, but isn’t quite sure who will make the list.
Fellow offensive lineman Matt Bockhorst, an Ohio prospect, is committed to Clemson. He gave the Tigers fans a quick shout out before the camp.
Pennsylvania defensive back Lamont Wade is also close to narrowing down his list, but said he should have his top 10 by the end of May.
ESPN300 DB Lamont Wade in coverage pic.twitter.com/GhtvPrzpG9— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
The No. 275-ranked prospect has already been to Ohio State, Duke, North Carolina, Penn State, West Virginia, Pitt and is planning on visiting Alabama at the end of May or beginning of June.
Finally, Connor Haff did not earn an Opening invitation, he stole the show with his hair. Haff has fully committed to the mullet.
This kid has one of the best mullets I've ever seen. It's feathered and lethal pic.twitter.com/fB5Y00CdRz— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
Opening invites— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) May 7, 2016
OL Jordan Reid
WR KJ Hamler
WR Donovan Peoples-Jones
TE Matt Dotson
DB Ambry Thomas
DB Jamyest Williams
LB Antjuan Simmons
While there were a ton of top prospects in attendance, only seven received an invitation to The Opening finals.