Carter Bradley (Considering Wisconsin, Rutgers, Temple, Florida, Georgia, and Toledo)
Bradley went in the first group and showed off a cannon of an arm with tremendous accuracy, only missing on two passes.
The southpaw ripped it throughout his workout. Cooper showed nice touch on boundary passes, loft when he had to, great spin and led his receivers throughout his session.
The five-star probably had more 'wow' throws than anyone on the evening and continued to flash one of the strongest arms from the West in some time.
Joey Gatewood (Committed to Auburn)
Gatewood has tremendous tools. He's big and physical but more than just an athlete. He can really throw the ball and put some balls on a line, and looked very comfortable in the red zone
The Ohio State commit has one of the best arms of any of the campers and again flashed it on day two in his workouts, his second straight night in the top ten.
The No. 1 quarterback continued to show off his strong arm, nice touch on his deep throws, a solid base and a quick release
The four-star threw bullets all night. He maximizes his frame, uses his lower half to generate power and slings it with the best of them
Tanner McKee (Considering BYU, Texas, Washington, Alabama, Georgia and UCLA)
The four-star drew rave reviews from the coaches all night with his throws, showing accuracy in all of his passes, smoothness in his drops and good arm strength.
Tyler Shough (Considering Michigan, South Carolina, North Carolina, Indiana and California)
Shough continues to improve every time we see him, showing smooth mechanics all evening. He was effortless rolling to either side. He doesn't have the biggest arm but gets the ball there and puts throws in good spots
The four-star always looks comfortable when throwing at Redondo Union and Saturday night was no different in his pro day workout. He was solid all evening and had one of the best deep throws of anyone on the night.
National recruiting analyst Greg Biggins and Mountain/Island region analyst Blair Angulo compiled the top ten