Detroit Cass Tech 2016 wide receiver Demetric Vance finished out an impressive summer with a strong performance at Ohio State's Friday Night Lights Camp.
The 6-foot-3, 196-pound Vance worked out for wide receivers coach Zach Smith at Ohio State.
"He told me I competed real good and to stay in touch with him," Vance said. "They just told me I have to get some film from the season coming up."
Vance's summer started with a string of camps at schools in the southeast, which netted him his first offer of the recruiting process from N.C. State.
"It was a great experience," Vance said of N.C. State's camp. "The whole coaching staff was excited and really liked me. It was real big for me. They are definitely going to be among my top schools."
Among the other programs that showed interest in Vance after seeing him camp were Michigan State, Michigan and Central Michigan.
"I camped at Michigan State and Michigan. Central Michigan coaches were at the Michigan State camp," Vance said. "They just said my ability to compete was good and I need to get some film from the upcoming season."
Vance plans to start sending out that film soon after his season starts this upcoming weekend. He also plans to continue making college visits this fall.
"I don't know what games, exactly, but I know I'll get out to a Michigan State and Michigan game," Vance said.
A three-star prospect, Vance is ranked as the No. 12 player in the state of Michigan's 2016 class.