Crawford is small in stature, but his make-up speed allowed pretty a come-from-behind interception during one-on-one drills. Fertitta, son of Ultimate Fighting Champion CEO Lorenzo Fertitta, is also undersized but played aggressively on much bigger tight ends and receivers.
Hoge and Tillery primarily worked as a pair under the direction of Notre Dame offensive line coach Harry Hiestand.
Florida running back Jacques Patrick, who is considering Notre Dame against Alabama and Florida State, did not participate but watched from the sidelines.
Per NCAA rules, Notre Dame did not provide a roster to media in attendance, and players did not have their names on the backs of their t-shirts.
After stretching, the camp broke off into position drills.
The Notre Dame coaching staff drilled campers through two hours of high-intensity workouts. Irish players like linebacker Jaylon Smith, defensive lineman Jarron Jones, tight end Ben Koyack and running backs Tarean Folston and Greg Bryant helped demonstrate drills and mingled with the prospects and recruits.
The evening culminated with an obstacle course relay and a tug-of-war competition.