Rarely has the West been as loaded with top end talent as it is in the 2017 class.
But it's not just top end talent that is the story- it is one of the deepest years the region has seen in recent memory.
Three of the top five players in the country call the West home and four of the top eight.
And the entire Top 10 in the West is made up of five-stars.
Harris, already enrolled at Alabama, is the No. 1 overall player nationally by Scout, one of the best running backs the region has ever produced and is atop the West 150.
Sarell, the top offensive tackle in the country and arguably the top prospect from the Northwest in over a decade, is the No. 2 player in the country, just behind Harris, and is No. 2 in the region behind him as well. Sarell announced for Stanford at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Coming in at No. 3 is Redlands (Calif.) East Valley defensive end Jaelan Phillips. The UCLA commit is the No. 1 defensive end in the country, and the No. 5 overall prospect in the country.
The No. 5 player in the West is Calabasas (Calif.) cornerback Darnay Holmes, the No. 1 cornerback in the country and the No. 13 overall player in 2017. Holmes announced for UCLA at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
At No. 6 is the nation's top offensive guard prospect, Wyatt Davis from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco. Davis committed to Ohio State in June and was named by CalHiSports as California's Mr. Football.
At No. 8 is Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman quarterback Tate Martell, who led the Gaels' to their second straight Scout National Championship. Martell is already enrolled at Ohio State and is one of four Gaels in the Top 16 in the West.
Rounding out the top 10 is the No. 1 player in Utah and the No. 3 defensive tackle nationally, Jay Tufele. The South Jordan (Utah) Bingham five-star is down to BYU, Michigan, Ohio State, USC and Utah.
National recruiting analysts Greg Biggins and Brandon Huffman and Mountain/Island recruiting analyst Blair Angulo comprised the West 150.