Here's A Look At What West Coast Prospects Added a 4th Star and Jumped In To The Scout 300

There was a lot of movement out West in the New Scout 300. Two players moved in to the 300, six players received their 4th star and several others moved up in the overall position rankings. Here's a closer look.

Top NewcomerTyler Shough

Shough checks in to the Scout 300 at No. 182 and is one of two quarterbacks out West to jump in to the 300 along with Camm Cooper. The Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton signal caller saw his stock soar this off-season with scholarship offers flying in from all over the country. After seeing him up close at the Elite 11 Finals over the weekend, it was easy to see why. Shough is a pure passer with a great feel for the position. He has a smooth, easy delivery, is smart with the football and among the most accurate quarterbacks in the country. Cal, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina and South Carolina are his finalists. 
Highester RiserJack Tuttle
San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills quarterback Jack Tuttle jumps from the No. 44 player in the West to No. 13 and No. 199 in the Scout 300 to No. 51. Tuttle has made incredible progress in the last year and improved in every facet of his game. He's bigger and stronger physically and throwing with a ton of confidence. The jump in both arm strength and accuracy is very noticeable and he has always been a very poised quarterback and a natural leader. The Utah commit should have a great college career. 

Significant Mover: Justin Dedich

The Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral center is now the top rated offensive lineman out West. He moves from the No. 35 player in the West to No. 21 and No. 147 nationally to No. 87. It's not often a center is the top rated offensive lineman in the region but Dedich is very deserving. He was the OL MVP at the SoCal Nike Regional Camp, shows up great on film and is the kind of player we envision being a future captain and a three-year starter on the college level. Dedich is wide open in his recruitment but Arizona, Louisville, Mississippi, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC and Utah are just a few schools on his short list. 

New Scout 300 MemberCamm Cooper

In addition to Shough, Cooper also jumped in to the Scout 300 at No. 248. Cooper has had a very good off-season and capped it off with a strong showing at the recent Elite 11 Quarterback Camp. Cooper earned a spot to The Opening Finals by lighting it up on the last day of camp in the 7v7 portion of the event, showing off what he does best. He's incredible efficient in dissecting a defense, making quick decisions and getting the ball out accurately and on time. The Washington State commit should flourish in Mike Leach's Air Raid Offense.

New Four Stars

Will Craig, OL, Granite Bay (Calif.)

Craig was already on the four-star bubble but his OL MVP performance at the Nike Opening Regional in Oakland sealed the deal. He's a true tackle prospect with length and feet.

Delon Hurt, WR, Anaheim (Calif.) Servite

Hurt is one of those receivers who does everything well. He has an athletic frame, very good body control, runs well after the catch and can stretch the field. 

C.J. Parks, WR, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei

Just how good has Parks been this off-season? Some at Mater Dei have said he's only hair behind his highly touted teammate  Amon-Ra St. Brown, Scout's No. 1 rated receiver. Parks has great hands and knows how to get open. 

Kana'i Mauga, LB, Waianae (Hawaii

Mauga plays like his hair is on fire and is one of the most relentless players we've seen this year. He had a strong showing at the Oakland Opening Regional Camp and has the size, speed and toughness to excel in college. 

Tyler Shough, QB, Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton

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Spencer Webb, TE, Sacramento (Calif.) Christian Brothers

Webb is a great looking tight end with a college frame and skill set. The Oregon commit is all of 6-5, 225 pounds with plenty of room to add more weight, uses his body well to create separation and has very strong hands. 

More Significant Risers Inside The Scout 300

Cameron Latu, DL, Salt Lake City (Utah) Olympia

Latu is now the top rated defensive end out West and jumped from the No. 137 prospect nationally to No. 103. Latu has dominated at every event he attended and will be fun to watch at The Opening Finals in July. 

Brandon Kaho, LB, Reno (Nev.)

Kaho moved from the No. 216 player nationally to No. 123. Kaho took home LB MVP honors at the Oakland Opening Regional Camp and is one of the most physically impressive players we've seen this off-season. 

Chase Williams, ATH, Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt

Williams moved from the No. 228 prospect to No. 158 nationally. The Nebraska commit has a strong all around game and made a smooth transition from receiver to corner/athlete this off-season. 

Isaah Crocker, WR, Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum

Crocker moved from No. 279 nationally to No. 224 overall. The gifted receiver is tremendous in jump ball situations and makes a ton of plays down the field. 

More Significant Risers Outside The Scout 300

Alama Uluave, OL, Honolulu (Hawaii) Puahou

Ulave moved from the No. 13 offensive guard in the West to the No. 3 center. He shined at the Oakland Opening Regional Camp a few weeks ago.

Chigozie Anusiem, DB, La Habra (Calif.) Sonora

Anusiem moved from the No. 15 corner to No. 6 in the region. We love his long, athletic frame as well as his ability to run and make plays on the ball. 

Tyric LeBeauf, DB, Long Beach Poly (Calif.)

LeBeauf moves from the No. 19 corner in the west to No. 7. He's another long, athletic corner with a nice physical edge to his game.

Jermayne Lole, DL, Paramount (Calif.) 

Lole jumped from the No. 20 defensive end in the region to No. 9. He's an inside/outside DL who depending on how much size he puts on, will be able to line up just about anywhere on the defensive line.

E.J. Ane, DL, Yermo (Calif.) Silver Valley

Ane is an intriguing kid as a interior lineman. He'll need to get bigger but he's a big time athlete who jumped 36" in the vertical at the L.A Opening Regional 

Marco Brewer, OL, Corvallis (Ore.)

Brewer is a big bodied offensive guard who showed good mobility at various off-season camps this spring. 

Jarrett Patterson, OL, Mission Viejo (Calif.)

Patterson has seen his stock soar this off-season and it's easy to see why. The athletic tackle jumped from the No. 15 OT out West to No. 10 and rising fast.

Richard Newton, RB, Palmdale (Calif.)

Newton moves from the No. 18 RB to No. 7 in the region. He's a big back with speed and power and has a very high ceiling to his game. 

Ryan Nixon, DB, Long Beach Poly

Nixon moved from the No. 23 safety out West to No. 13. He's a long, rangy safety with very good cover skills.

Denaylan Fuimaono, DB, Carson (Calif.)

Fuimaono moved up from an un-ranked safety to the No. 14 safety in the region. He's a tough, physical in the box safety who will knock your head off. 

McCallan Castles, TE, South Lake (Idaho) South Tahoe

Castles moves from the No. 11 tight end in the region to No. 6. The Cal commit has a great frame at 6-5, 220 pounds and is a natural pass catcher as well. 

Rodrick Fisher, WR, Spokane (Wash.) East Valley

Fisher moves from an un-ranked receiver to No. 23 in the region. The Washington State commit has a college body right now, is a physical kid and will be very productive in college.

Geordon Porter, WR, Etiwanda (Calif.)

Porter moved from the No. 39 receiver in the region to No. 25 and climbing. He's a big time track guy who is showing he can make plays on the football field as well. 

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