2018 Under Armour All-America Camp Series Chicago Regional RECAP Part 3

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 for the third part of our recap.

Cornell Wheeler-West Bloomfield

CORNELL WHEELER LB WEST BLOOMFIELD (MI)

Although Wheeler’s strengths on the field point towards his skill set as a downhill thumper, the 2020 linebacker displayed fluidity in coverage.

This is a well-rounded prospect with early college interest from a variety of schools.

The sophomore most recently landed a scholarship offer from Missouri on Monday and Central Michigan a week ago following offers from Minnesota, NIU, Iowa State, Ball State and Indiana last month.

After receiving an offer from Michigan during early April Wheeler went on to take a visit to Ann Arbor in late March, less than a week after making a trip to Ohio State.

He also holds offers from Toledo and Syracuse and took a pair of visit to Michigan State last Fall.

Cameron Coleman-Cardinal Ritter

CAMERON COLEMAN WR CARDINAL RITTER (MO)

The St. Louis area prospect has interest from a variety of conferences including the Big Ten, the Big 12, the SEC and the ACC.

Last month, Coleman received his most recent offer from Tennessee following a visit to Florida State.

After landing offers from Kentucky and Kansas in March, the 2019 wide receiver made a trip to Syracuse.

Nebraska, Florida, Illinois, Iowa State, Missouri and Wisconsin have all extended ones of their own as well.

Antonio Johnson-East St. Louis

ANTONIO JOHNSON DB EAST ST. LOUIS (MO)

Johnson received a pair of SEC offers on Tuesday from Missouri and Kentucky.

And the 2020 prospect had one of the UA’s best all-around performances on Sunday.

The defensive back provided natural coverage skills against some of the Midwest’s elite wide receivers and running backs.

He also flashed some ball skills with multiple interceptions during the drills and live scrimmage sequences.

Virginia Tech was the first school to offer Johnson after they extended one during January.

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