So, per rivals:
QB's were rough. Threet short-armed quite a few passes, Feagin couldn't throw a spiral.
Minor was in amazing shape, but only lined up at RB.
Brown lined up at RB, QB, and in the slot. They thought his timing on pitches and the like were lacking, but, since he hasn't done it for years, that's to be expected.
Terrence Robinson and Michael Shaw apparently lined up everywhere - from the backfield, to the slot, to a few reps at QB, to flanker. They said that both showed a huge burst, lots of elusiveness, and Shaw showed great hands (T-Rob, apparently, not as much).
Mcguffie was used exclusively at RB, and looked "fast".
Odoms showed great hands.
Grady practiced, but looked like he gained some pudge since the spring.
Carson Butler is apparently the most impressive physical specimen on the team, with Will Johnson being a close second (Johnson, apparently, broke virtually every Michigan weight-lifting record in the off-season.
Adam Patterson also was singled out repeatedly for being awesome in conditioning.
Terrence Taylor was also absurdly slimmed down, apparently.
Apparently, they were extremely creative with how they got the ball in the hands of guys like Odoms, Robinson, Brown, Horn, and Shaw - options to the slot receiver, screens, pitches, reverses, etc.
JB Fitzgerald wasn't there.
George Morales was!