Disclaimer: This is literally a copy pasta from MY OWN post on Rivals, so if you saw it there, it's the exact same. And yes, it is my post and my pics, I'm not copying someone else's stuff here.
Here is the link to the imgur album if you just want to see the pics: http://imgur.com/a/ASKtV
It was HOT out there today. Easily the hottest day of the year so far. My dash gauge read 97 when I got there and it was well over 100 on the field. The stadium is dug into the ground as well so there is not a lot of airflow. Despite this, Harbaugh was wearing a long sleeved shirt under his M polo. It didn't take him long to roll those sleeves up though!
He gave a very short opening welcome to the kids. You could tell he was ready to get after it. Every coach was there as well as Partridge and quite a few other guys that I didn't recognize (support staff I would guess). I would estimate that the turnout was around 300 kids.
The first thing the coaches did was kick everyone not coaching in the camp off the field. I happened to be walking up to the bleachers right behind Sam Webb and he mentioned that was a first. It didn't seem like being down there was an issue at the other camps but whatever.
They broke the kids out into position groups and did some warm ups and then had races until they declared a winner in each group. After that, they did rotating agility drills all over the field. From there it was Indy for a good hour. After that, they broke the kids out into freshman and sophomores on one end and the upperclassmen on the other. Here they did basically a one-on-one, make the other guy miss drill with offense vs defense. It was 30 yards long and from the sideline to the hash and all the defender had to do was touch the offensive guy. The young kids really struggled with this as the defense won pretty much every time. Kids that age tend to want to slow down and do a Madden move on the defender and don't know how to make a cut and explode out of it yet. The upperclassmen had a very spirited competition and there were some good athletes out there.
I should mention I am not going to have any names for you guys because they did not distribute a roster to anyone in attendance. Sam did mention that the #1 ranked 2017 QB (I assume as ranked by TOS) was there, but I couldn't even tell you his name. He looked pretty good, but he didn't blow me away by any means. Sorry if you're looking for names, I had no chance on that front!
Next they did passing one-on-ones. They had TEs and RBs vs LBs going one way and the receivers vs
DBs on the other end. You could tell they are still looking for 2016 WRs to target because they specifically told any 2016 WR to be on the left side of the field and everyone else to go on the right. There was some good competition and some solid reps here.
Harbaugh finally called them all in at about 7:15 (camp started at 4:00) and wrapped it up. He started to tell the kids a story and then turned around and told all the media creeping in to back off and the story was for the campers only. Drevno actually had to chase some guys away that were still hanging around too close. I could hear the beginning from the bleachers, something about in 1991 when he was with the Bears, but I couldn't hear anything after that. Then he wrapped it up with a "WHO'S GOT IT BETTER THAN US?" and the kids all on cue said "NOOOOOBOOOODYYYYY".
P.S. If you ever wanted to see Harbaugh in a cowboy hat, check out the pics (Drevno too)!