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RECAP Part 1 of 2: Under Armour All-America Camp Series Chicago

Glenbrook North High School played host to elite Midwest prospects on Sunday for the Under Armour All-America Camp Series Chicago.

Listed below are a collection of various college targets competing at a variety of positions on the football field.

This includes multiple sleepers as well as the best in the country.

DB Patrick Lupro

PATRICK LUPRO DB BELLEVILLE (MI)

The Bowling Green commit displayed an ability to cover a variety of running backs and wide receivers.

Physical and aggressive at the line of scrimmage and maintains this approach throughout a variety of routes and patterns.

A natural fit at nickel back with the traits to find time at safety as well.

Lupro extended a verbal commitment to the Falcons last Monday after receiving a scholarship offer nearly a year ago.

The 2018 prospect also holds offers from other Mac programs such as Buffalo, Eastern Michigan and Toledo along with Cincinnati from the American and Syracuse from the ACC.

WR Micah Jones

MICAH JONES WR WARREN TOWNSHIP (IL)

Notre Dame inherits a textbook X-receiver which can lineup throughout the perimeter of the offense.

The 2018 Fighting Irish commit displays an ability to become an open target in space, specifically against zone coverage.

Natural in the approach taken to route running.

Routinely hauls in passes over the middle of the field with the skill set to protect the football following the reception.

High points the football during comebacks, fly patterns and back shoulder routes as well.

Has a background on the defensive side of the ball as a linebacker which adds a physical approach on offense.

Jones also holds scholarship offers from Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ole Miss, Syracuse and Vanderbilt.

WR Luke Ford

LUKE FORD TE CARTERVILLE (IL)

Arguably one of the country’s most highly regarded tight ends, the Arkansas commit displays traits which create a mismatch for defensive backs.

Ford refuses to be pressed at the line of scrimmage with both clean and physical releases.

At 6’7″ and 250 pounds, he’s simply too fast and polished of a route runner for linebackers, and provides too much size for defensive backs.

The 2018 prospect committed to the Razorbacks over a month ago and recently landed a scholarship offer from Texas less than a week ago.

Ford also holds offers from Alabama, Army, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisville, LSU, Minnesota, NC State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Pitt, Rutgers, SIU, Syracuse, Toledo, West Virginia, Western Kentucky and Western Michigan.

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