- Josh Moyer, ESPN Staff Writer
Editor's note: Finding the Future is a RecruitingNation feature that will appear throughout camps and combine season, ranking prospects strictly on their on-field performance at the particular event. It does not reflect where each will land when the class is ranked by ESPN.
ASHBURN, Va. -- Several ESPN 150 prospects in the 2014 class made their presence felt Sunday, but current underclassmen in the 2015 and 2016 classes showed there's a lot of talent coming up in the area, too.
1. 2015 DE Josh Sweat
6-foot-5, 213 pounds
Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith
What we learned: Sweat is incredibly athletic for a defensive lineman. The last time he was at a Nike Football Training Camp, he posted one of the top SPARQ ratings (94.11) for his position and had the best vertical jump (36.9 inches). That translated well onto the field Sunday when he showed he can compete well with players one year older. He's definitely a name to remember.
"He showed good burst off the ball," ESPN national recruiting analyst Craig Haubert said. "He has a great frame to develop, and he's the kind of guy who today -- from our perspective -- jumped off the radar as a guy to watch."