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Fitch trio headlines Passing Camp roster

Football fans in Northeast Ohio might want to head out to Berkshire High School in Burton on Saturday. The Division V school will host the 2011 OhioVarsity.com/Elvis Grbac Passing Camp from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Over 50 high school prospects from two states are scheduled to compete in the event, co-hosted by OhioVarsity.com and former Cleveland St. Joseph standout Elvis Grbac, who played collegiately at Michigan then had a career in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens.
Grbac will work with over 20 of Ohio's up-and-coming high school quarterbacks while Pickering Central assistant coach Jason Roach will coach the defensive backs. All four of Roach's starters during the 2010 season signed letters of intent in February to play at Division I college programs, including Eilar Hardy (Notre Dame) and Tamani Carter (Michigan).
The wide receivers and tight ends will spend their time learning from Maple Heights assistant coach Bryan Johnson, who coached two future Division I wide receivers in 2010. The Mustangs won the Ohio Division II state title.
Despite the coaching staff's impressive resume, it's the attendees scheduled to work out at the camp that will have football fans eager to attend.
Led by a trio of Austintown Fitch prospects, several of the campers already have drawn verbal scholarship offers from top Division I college prospects.
William Mahone, ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 78 prospect in the country and the nation's No. 6 running back, likely will work out with the defensive backs. Mahone has been offered by dozens of colleges, including Notre Dame, Penn State and Michigan State.
Twin brothers Chris Davis and Demitrious Davis also have their fair share of offers.
Chris, a wide receiver, has been offered by Arkansas, Boise State, Cincinnati, Iowa, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, Purdue and UCLA, among others.
Demitrious plays quarterback at Fitch but is being recruited as an athlete. He'll likely work at all three positions on Saturday. He holds many of the same offers as his brother, although he did receive one from Oregon.
Here's a look at the competitors at each position:
Zach Bernhard, Ashland (2012)
George Berry, Solon (2013)
Javon Bess, Pickerington Central (2014)
Ben Blechschmid, Berkshire (2015)
Patrick Boyle, Valley View (2012)
Erick Burzanko, Berkshire (2013)
Griffin Degener, Ledgemont (2013)
Mitchell Freeman, Berkshire (2015)
Chad Futo, Berea (2014)
George Gresko, Eastlake North(2012)
Dylan Leffingwell, Vincent Warren (2013)
Robbie Nash, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (2013)
Connor Shafer, Walnut Hills (2012)
Alex Shears, Wheelersburg (2012)
Brad Simon, Berkshire (2013)
C.J. Snider, Berea (2012)
Kyle Storm, Berkshire (2015)
Travis Tarnowoski, North Royalton (2013)
Mitch Trubisky, Mentor (2013)
Daniel Yohman, Brunswick (2013)
Stefan Yuhas, Niles McKinley (2013)
Hollis Alexander, Canton McKinley (2013)
Will Blair, Berkshire (2012)
Cody Charvat, Berkshire (2014)
David Colwill, Berkshire (2013)
Chris Davis, Austintown Fitch (2012)
Braxton Hayes, Springfield (2013)
Tim Helton, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (2013)
Evan McCollum, Cortland Lakeview (2013)
Tyler Moses, Berkshire (2012)
Corey Nixon, Berea (2012)
Nathan Tepus, Green (2014)
Anthony Tiber, Berkshire (2014)
Corey Timmons, Springfield (2013)
Brandon Voskion, Berkshire (2012)
Jake Voyles, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (2013)
Theo Williamson-Hopkins, Pickerington Central (2013)
Mark Worthington, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (2012)
Nick Bonacci, North Royalton (2012)
Parrish Brown, Iroquois (Pa.) (2012)
Demitrious Davis, Austintown Fitch (2012)
K'Shawn Dowdy, Akron Kenmore (2013)
Ryan Hall, Berkshire (2015)
Jason Kaser, Berkshire (2013)
William Mahone, Austintown Fitch (2012)
Mark Malone, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (2013)
Tim Miller, Berkshire (2012)
Tyler Moran, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (2014)
Walter Phillips, Springfield (2013)
Brian Wendl, Berkshire (2013)
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