Plenty of talent showed up at the 475 Elite Training and plenty of guys showed out, here are a few guys that had a great day at this past weekend’s training session.
Danny Bradley, Flint Beecher, 2021 Corner
Very physical and elite cover DB who stayed inside receivers all day long. Loves to compete and always wanted to match-up vs the top receivers. May not be the biggest DB you’ll face but trust me you don’t want to get tangled up with him…matter of fact, good luck even getting off the line vs Bradley!
Caleb Carter, Carrollton, 2021 WR
Once 1-on-1’s started Carter showed out, the 6-2 receiver got physical and snagged everything that came his way. Showed the skill level to make plays in the short passing game as well as getting seperation down field.
Greg Farrell, Bridgeport, 2020 DB
Farrell is a natural athlete with a lot of natural ability. At 6-0 he can play multiple positions, including quarterback but on this day he stood out as a safety. Strong, physical, and speed to go with it.
Dustin Fletcher, Carman-Ainsworth, 2020 QB
Big time QB with a big time arm, and the 6-4 gunslinger showed it off all day. Accuracy was on point and Fletcher made the job very easy for receivers with his accuracy. Whether it was drills or competition Fletcher looked like one of the best QB’s in the midwest, and is only trending upwards.
LaTrell Fordham, Grand Blanc, 2020 WR
Here he comes! At 6-4 Fordham has break away speed and is an elite playmaker. He showed off the whole package at the 475 workout and looks primed for a huge winter and spring. Crisp routes, easily gets separation, and attacks the ball at its high point. Fordham has a chance to be special!
Daniel Greene, Goodrich, 2020 O-line
The standout lineman showed great technique and was quick off the ball during drills. 6-4 and 290 pounds Greene has good mobility and very quick feet, he even looked better in speed drills than some skill guys.
Norman Montgomery, Carman-Ainsworth, 2020 WR/DB
Just a tough nosed kid that runs great routes and can get in and out of his cuts. Can be as effective on either side of the ball with his stocky but speedy frame.
Logan Pasco, Davison, 2020 LB
Has a great feel for the game and is able to predict thing before they unravel. At 6-0 and 200 pounds he is the definition of a Ball Hawk as he absolutely flies to the ball and can play sideline to sideline.
Jordan Pierce, Arthur Hill, 2020 Athlete
A pure slot receiver! The shifty Pierce runs great routes and can get the needed separation, however he also showed he doesn’t need much room because he did a great job attacking the ball and bringing it in.
Jacoby Sanders, Flint Beecher, 2021 Safety
The 6-2 sophomore is an explosive weapon on offense at either quarterback or receiver, but his calling may be at safety. Displayed everything you want out of a centerfielder- instincts, cover skills, and speed. Has a long frame that he uses to his advantage.
Carter Sullivan, Heritage, 2021 QB
Another young QB with a bright future. 6-5 and 225 the sophomore grabs your attention as soon as walks in the room. He has good technique- showed off a strong arm pushing the ball down field and even made some nice throws with just the right amount of touch on his ball.
Brendan Sullivan, Davison, 2021 QB
After a standout sophomore season at receiver, Sullivan now returns to his natural position. At 6-3 he showed good velocity on his ball and displayed how dangerous he is moving around with his feet. Sullivan looks like a big time prospect that is ready to take off.
Chaun Tolbert, Saginaw High, 2020 Athlete
Tolbert bounced back and forth from defense and offensive drills, while standing out on both sides of the ball. The 6-0 athlete uses a blend of physical play to go with his athletic ability and speed. Great competitor and just has a knack for making plays.
Lamont Williams, Flint Hamady, 2020 WR
Nothing fancy out of the 6-3 receiver, just rolled up his sleeves and put that work in all day while being as productive as anyone in the building. Speed drills, route running, 1-on-1’s, Williams was solid every time up.