Back to Main MenuCelebrationsFraud PreventionManage Your AdPlace an AdDefensive lineman Jashon Cornell of Minnesota was one of the stars of the camp, named the MVP of the defensive linemen. He was also one of the five campers in Columbus invited to The Opening, the prestigious Nike training camp held in July at the company facilities in Oregon.It also seems to have been a productive weekend for Ohio State and Cornell.He visited with Ohio State coaches on Saturday, and then wrote on his Twitter account about the possibility of playing in Columbus with linebacker Justin Hilliard. He said he has two schools above the others on his list, and it certainly seems like Ohio State is one of them. We wrote a full story on Hilliard on Sunday. Conrad, who is pledged to Kentucky, was another one of the five players invited to The Opening. We’ll have more on Conrad in a story Monday, but he was obviously excited about his invite and winning the MVP award for the tight ends and receivers.Kentucky five star running back Damien Harris was on hand but didn’t participate in the camp because he is coming off elbow surgery. But he said he should be ready to go soon. He continues to have great interest in Ohio State. Edward was the MVP of the running back group. He was there with his brother David, who did well with the defensive backs. Both are pledged to Northwestern, and we’ll have more from Andrew Dowell on Monday as well.There were several players on hand from Cass Tech, the Detroit power that Ohio State has been recruiting hard. Among them were running back Mike Weber, offensive lineman Michael Onwenu, who was named the MVP in his group, and 2017 receiver prospect Donovan People Jones, who said his only offer so far is from Ohio State.Besides Hillard, Cornell and Conrad, the other two prospects in Columbus to earn invites to The Opening were linebacker Darrin Kirkland Jr. of Indianapolis, who is pledged to Michigan, and linebacker Josh Smith.