Monday some of the top players of the Midwest took center stage in Indianapolis.
The aptly named 'Best of the Midwest' combine brought them all together on Presidents' Day, and several prospects stood out from the rest.
Offensive line MVP was shared between two players, Marian High (Ind.) Kirk Barron and Ontario Canada native Noah Dominique.
Just a few weeks after Barron took home the Core 6 Winter showcase offensive most valuable, FOX Sports NEXT National recruiting analyst Allen Trieu also tabbed Barron his overall MVP on the day.
"My MVP would have been Kirk Barron," Trieu said. "He won every one on one rep he took, and it was in convincing fashion. He is a guy that I see schools offering soon as a center."
Upper Arlington (Ohio) linebacker Chris Frey took home the top award for the 'backers. The 6-foot-2, 200 pound prospect has offers from Syracuse, Toledo, Northern Illinois and others.
The quarterback group was topped by freshman sensation from Bishop Luers, Noah Wezensky. The Class of 2016 prospect shone in his delivery and footwork.
Junior Berry of South Vigo High in Terre Haute, Ind., was the defensive line MVP in a very strong group of young defensive lineman. The group also included 2014 Lawerence Central standout Kevin Willis who holds an Indiana offer.
Marshon Lattimore headed up a stacked group of defensive backs for the MVP award at the Best of the Midwest Combine. The Glenville, Ohio junior has offers from all over the country including Ohio State, Michigan, and Tennessee among others.
Running back MVP was dealt out to Mineral Ridge, Ohio back Devine Redding, who showed off why he has an early Indiana offer.
Standing 6-foot-5, 228 pounds it was no surprise that Westerville-South (Ohio) tight end Darryl Long took home the top honors for a tight end. So far the junior has earned offers from Illinois, Indiana, Pittsburgh and a few others.
Making the trip all the way from North Carolina, the wide receiver MVP went to Bo Hines of Charlotte Christian, and caught nearly every pass thrown at him throughout the day.
Several athletes that looked good in the 40-yard dash testing of note were Huber Heights Wayne (Ohio) 2014 linebacker Dorian Hendrix, Gary West Side (Ind.) receivers Lonnie Johnson and Jon Vea Johnson, and Fort Wayne South Side (Ind.) defensive back Donovan Clark.
Stay on FOX Sports Next for full coverage of Monday's combine throughout the week.