Sound Mind Sound Body: Overview

Terrence Stevens

The Sound Mind, Sound Body camp at Wayne State drew a number of talented prospects and plenty of college coaches. Scout.com was at all three days of the event with exclusive coverage. Here are a few notes, including the winners of the long ball competition and fastest man.

Antonio Gates teamed up with ThinkDetroitPAL this year to make an already outstanding camp even better. 400 kids came out and were coached by former NFL players, current high school coaches and the staffs from several universities.

The camp also featured many of the state's top talents. Out of the 2010 class, 15 kids showed up who already had FBS offers and four, Devin Gardner, Austin Gray, Tony Lippett and Ricardo Miller, had already committed to an FBS school.

Over the next few days, Scout.com will have video, photos and in-depth scouting reports on the event, here are a few other notes.

Fastest Man Competition
Inkster cornerback Terrence Stevens came away winning the 60 yard sprint. Stevens had one of the most impressive overall performances at the camp and put an exclamation mark on it with his victory. He edged out a number of players for the title, including Cass Tech's Delonte Hollowell and teammate Devin Gardner, who were close behind.

Longest Throw
Last year's winner, Cass Tech's Thomas Gordon was on hand to pass on his crown. It came down to a throw off, with Edward Thomas of Southeastern and Gardner throwing it at the same time. The passes flew side by side, but when they hit, Thomas' was just a tad farther. Ed threw it 69.5 yards and Devin threw it 69.


Distance champ Ed Thomas of Detroit Southeastern

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