in 2015 no player was more dominate than Washington Commit Hunter Bryant. the Washington TE/Y commit showcased why he is considered a consensus 4-star recruit using his big frame to his advantage blowing by LB's, while using his size and frame to go up against corners and safeties and high point the ball.
2016 May Madness was loaded at the skill position but it was the Canadian and Notre Dame commit Chase Claypool that rose above the competition to receive offensive player of the camp. Chase showed dominance in the short, medium, and long routes. Chase lived up to all the hype had coming in and then some.