Glenbrook North High School played host to the Under Armour All-America Camp Series Chicago Regional on Sunday.
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.
Wide receiver Bryce Childress and defensive back Tony Davis of Trinity Catholic (Saint Louis, MO) lined up against one another.
Childress announced a verbal commitment to Illinois last month and holds scholarship offers from Nebraska, Kansas, Kansas State, Syracuse, Kentucky, Louisville and Toledo.
Davis has made visits to Kentucky, Missouri and SIU so far this off-season and has also received interest from Bowling Green and Toledo.
GREYSON TACKETT QB ROBINSON (AR)
Heading into his senior season, Tackett has recently gained some East Coast interest from Boston College, UMass and Holy Cross after taking campus trips during early Spring.
We came away impressed with the 2019 prospect’s ability to improvise when receivers were forced to reroute by opposing defensive backs.
Calm with his feet in the pocket and displayed an ability to throw the ball with touch but still used the fast ball when needed.
He also has interest from Rice, TCU and Southern Miss.
MOOKIE COOPER RB/WR TRINITY CATHOLIC (MO)
Cooper proved to be dynamic throughout the day.
The Trinity Catholic prospect provided a presence on the perimeter as both a slot and wide receiver.
He also ran patterns out of the back field during the live scrimmage sessions and was explosive with the ball in his hands.
So far during the recruiting process, Cooper has received just about as much college interest as any running back in the 2020 Class throughout the country.
The incoming junior was named to the UA Future 50 and landed a pair of SEC offers over the last few weeks from Georgia (May 1) and Tennessee (April 1).
Purdue and Minnesota both offered in January while South Carolina and Kansas added offers prior to Christmas.
Last November was especially busy with Penn State, Michigan, Iowa State, Auburn, Oklahoma, Louisville and Ole Miss all extending offers of their own.
Cooper took visits to Missouri in March and Illinois this past February and also holds offers from Nebraska, Ohio State, Kentucky, Texas, Missouri, Syracuse, Kansas State and Illinois, who was the first school to extend one.