Barton Vancouver Camp Notebook II

VANCOUVER, Wash. - Some of the area's top prospects for the 2013 recruiting class and beyond were at the Barton Football Combine Sunday at the Kiggins Bowl. With nearly 70 prospects working out in at least five different classes, there was a great cross-section of talent and youth involved with this camp. Here's some more recruiting updates on some of those on hand.

2013 Safety/SB Beau Duronslet (Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic) - One of the surprises of the camp, Duronslet ran the fastest 40 of the group at 4.53. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound athlete said Portland State is close to offering him and he'll be going to PSU for camp. Other camps Duronslet plans on attending are Oregon State, the NFTC and SPARQ events at Oregon, and Washington. He currently favors Oregon State.

2013 WR Chase Cole (Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic) - Cole was right behind his teammate Duronslet with a 4.54 40, and he currently favors Southern Oregon and Weber State. He will camp at both schools, as well as Portland State and also the Barton Elite Marketing workout on June 30th.

2013 WR Lawrence Wilson (Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic) - At 6-foot-2.5 and 203 pounds, Wilson ran a solid 4.7 40 and looked very good during the one-on-one drills. Add in a 4.1 GPA, an 1810 SAT and 27 ACT, and it's no surprise that schools like Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Brown are paying attention. Wilson also said that Boston College, Oregon State and the University of San Diego are paying attention. He doesn't have any offers yet (Princeton sounds close to offering Wilson a spot on their team), but will try and rectify that with camp appearances at Oregon State, Oregon's NFTC, Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Boston College.

2014 QB Jess Krahn (Brush Prairie (Wash.) Hockinson) - Krahn is going to be one of the quarterbacks to watch out for in 2014. At 6-foot-3.5 and 207 pounds, Krahn plans on being proactive early, with camp appearances at Linfield, the Oregon NFTC this weekend, as well as the Barton Marketing Workout at the end of the month. After those camps, we expect early interest in Krahn to really pick up, as he has great size and throws a very nice ball at this stage in his development.

2013 LB Albert Havili (Federal Way (Wash.) High School) - Albert is one of the senior leaders of a loaded Federal Way team, and the 6-foot-2, 232-pound linebacker showed that he has plenty of athleticism at camp, running a very solid 4.82 40 and leading the 'backers in the one-on-ones. Havili currently favors Oregon ("I like how Eugene is a college town.") and Arizona State ("I love the environment down there and it's really hot."), and while he doesn't have any scholarship offers right now Havili thinks Nevada and Wyoming are close to pulling the trigger. He will camp this weekend at the Oregon NFTC, as well as one of Oregon's team camps, and he will also try his hardest to get to camps at ASU and BYU. A member of the Church of Latter-Day Saints, Havili said he's still unsure about whether or not he'll serve his two-year mission.

2013 LB Winston Havili (Federal Way (Wash.) High School) - Havili's brother, Winston is the late bloomer of the two but he was one of the real standout linebackers at camp, matching his brother in the one-on-ones every step of the way. Winston, who is also LDS, is not sure about any future mission plans, and he hopes to camp at the Oregon NFTC, as well as BYU, Oregon State and Washington State.

2013 LB David Henry - Oakland (Ore.) High School - To me, there was no bigger surprise at the linebacker position than Henry, who lives in a town along the I-5 corridor that frankly you might miss if you blink. But that hasn't stopped the 6-foot, 230-pound Henry from making his mark - even nationally. Averaging 20 tackles per game his junior year, that put Henry second in the country in that particular stat. The South Dakota School of Mines have done their homework on Henry and have already offered him, and he's been in talks with Portland State and also Oregon State, where head coach Mike Riley personally invited Henry back to camp. Henry favors Oregon State and he will go back to camp there, as well as Oregon's NFTC and the Barton Elite Marketing Workout at the end of the month.

2013 LB Austin Wilson - Salem (Ore.) Sprague High School - The younger brother of Oregon State's Tony Wilson, the 6-foot-3, 215-pound Austin Wilson - who transferred from Yamhill Carlton to Sprague last year - is considered a late bloomer when compared to Tony, but after seeing him work out Sunday there's no question Austin's best football is definitely ahead of him. Western Oregon has already invited him to their camp, and he'll go there - as well as to camps at Southern Oregon, Eastern Oregon and Eastern Washington.

Barton Vancouver Camp Notebook I

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