Oregon NFTC: Top Underclassmen

Here's our look at the top underclassmen at the Oregon NFTC...

QB K.J. Costello, Santa Margarita (Calif.) (2016)
Costello was probably the top underclassmen there and he too threw with a lot of consistency and his best throws came in the 1-on-1's, especially when he was throwing to his 7v7 teammate Crawford. As big as Costello is, he moves around very well and looked sharp with good spin on his throws during the quarterback drills.

QB Harley Kirsch, Sammamish (Wash.) Eastside Catholic (2016)
Kirsch had some good moments, the big lefty consistently throwing with accuracy during the positional drills especially.

RB Brandon Wellington, Sammamish (Wash.) Eastside Catholic (2016)
An elite defender, Wellington was definitely the top performer at running back. He's well put together, at about 6-0, 215, runs really well, has good feet and cutback ability and catches the ball extremely well. He may be the top overall skill prospect in the Northwest, regardless of class.

RB Londyn Craft, Rio Rancho (N.M.) (2016)
Craft was one of the surprises on the day, a relative unknown from New Mexico who was about 6-1, 195. He moved extremely well for his size, caught the ball well and did an admirable job in pass blocking against the linebackers.

RB Rey Green, Vancouver (Wash.) Evergreen (2016)
Green is another back in the Northwest in his class worth watching, with some early offers. Green isn't as big as Wellington, probably 5-10, 180, but might be a little more shiftier and a more natural pass-catcher.

WR Trevon Sidney, La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat (2016)
Sidney won the MVP honors for the receivers and it wouldn't be a stretch to call Sidney the MVP of the day on Sunday. Not just at receiver, but overall. Sidney was terrific in the one-on-one's, catching everything, including a stretch where he made a one-handed grab, jumped over a DB to catch a pass in the end zone in front of the DBs face and making a crafty sideline catch where he kept both feet in bounds. Already an early four-star by Scout, Sidney has game-breaker speed, soft hands and runs excellent routes then shows the explosiveness you want in a big-play receiver.

WR Dylan Crawford, La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis (2016)
Crawford was neck-and-neck with Sidney, his good friend, for most of the afternoon, and the only thing that really separated them were just a couple of more acrobatic catches that Sidney made. But Crawford was just as consistent, just as explosive and just as polished as Sidney was. We've seen Crawford a ton this spring and this may have been the best we've seen him throughout. He's every bit the national recruit he's already become.

DT David Letuligasenoa, Brentwood (Calif.) Heritage (2016)
Letuligasenoa won MVP honors for the defensive line. We first saw Letuligasenoa last fall against five-star Joe Mixon when they helped limit Mixon to one of his lowest outputs of the season. Letuligasenoa was good all afternoon, especially in the one-on-one's. He's not the tallest defensive lineman, going about 6-0, but he's real quick off the ball, plays low and with good leverage and did a good job of disengaging with his blockers. He also showed a good amount of strength with a frame to probably easily add another 20-25 pounds.

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