Ann Arbor, K-State NIKE data available

The NIKE camp data from the 2006 Ann Arbor and Manhattan NIKE camps is now available on the Rivals.com network.
Both camps, held May 7 on the campuses of University of Michigan and Kansas State University, featured several top prospects who posted solid numbers in the testing portion of the camp.
In Ann Arbor, players who already have given verbal commitments to schools posted numbers of interest.

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Athlete Josh Freeman, who has committed to Nebraska, improved his numbers from the 2004 Iowa City NIKE camp. Freeman ran a 4.75 40, down from 4.82. His shuttle improved to 4.52, from 4.84.
Five-star linebacker Brandon Graham, who has verbally committed to Michigan, measured 6-foot-2, 250 pounds and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.63 seconds. Graham also posted a 26-inch vertical leap and benched 185 pounds 26 times.
Another Wolverines commitment, offensive lineman Justin Boren, had an impressive mark on the bench press with 40 reps. Boren measured at 6-foot-3, 319 pounds.
Illinois commitment Isiah Williams posted a 4.77 time in the 40 and a 4.19 shuttle. Williams is one of the top dual-threat quarterback prospects in the country and figures to be a top 10 prospect in the state of Illinois.
Rivals100 defensive back Steve Brown the nation's No. 65 overall prospect, ran a blazing 4.39 40. The Columbus, Ind., prospect also ran a 4.31 shuttle and had 24 reps on the bench.
Click HERE for the official results from the Ann Arbor NIKE camp.
The Manhattan NIKE camp was highlighted by Rivals100 prospect Adrian Clayborn, who established himself as Missouri's top prospect. The 6-foot-3, 247-pound defensive lineman posted an impressive 4.73 40 time and had a 31.1 mark in the vertical. Clayborn is the No. 72 overall prospect in the nation.
Dual-threat quarterback Austen Arnaud from Ames, Iowa, measured 6-foot-3, 200 pounds and ran a 4.83 40 and a 4.37 shuttle.
Running back Jake Sharp from Salinas, Kan., the state's No. 2 prospect, impressed with a time of 4.5 in the 40 and a 34-inch vertical mark. Sharp has an offer from Kansas.
St. Louis defensive back Paul Chaney had a blazing time of 4.37 in the 40 and has seen his stock rise in recruiting circles. Another St. Louis prospect, running back {db]Stephen Simmons[/db], ran a 4.44 and has an offer from Indiana.
Click HERE for the official results from the Manhattan NIKE camp.