Our list is based on who we felt had the best day and is not based on college recruiting potential and includes players in the 2014 and 2015 class.
QB Jett Even, Tigard (Ore.)
Even took home MVP honors and it was well deserved. He's an intriguing looking quarterback and did everything well. He has a nice frame at 6-3, 185 pounds and was spinning the heck out of the football, even through some occasional windy conditions. He threw several nice deep balls and has next level arm strength and was arguably the most accurate quarterback in the camp as well.
QB Brett Rypien, Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park (2015)
Rypien was quietly efficient and had a solid workout. He won't wow you in any one phase of his game but is very stead and consistent. He's polished, takes great drops, can throw on the run or in the pocket, is accurate was probably the steadiest quarterback in the camp.
RB Myles Gaskin, Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea (2015)
One of the top young backs in the Northwest in his class, Gaskin did a tremendous job of setting his fit holding his ground, and even flipping one linebacker on his back. Gaskin also looked great catching the ball and in the footwork and agility drills.
RB Tyler Reid, Eugene (Ore.) Churchill
Reid stole the show with a big day at running back, looking great in the pass-pro drills, the individual drills and the one-on-ones. The hometown kid also became the second straight MVP from Churchill at the Oregon NFTC.
WR Jordan Morgan, Beaverton (Ore.) Southridge
Morgan was the headliner coming in to the camp and he didn't disappoint. He has good size, hands, runs very clean routes and had a nice all around camp. He's not a burner, but has above average speed and is so smooth in his route running that he's able to run past a defensive back without much effort. Morgan is a commit to Arizona.
TE Henry Mondeaux, Portland (Ore.) Jesuit
Mondeaux looked good at the Battle In Seattle 7on7 two weeks ago, and continued his torrid spring, with another solid showing. The biggest physically of the big three tight ends, Mondeaux isn't as fluid as Blakley, but does a better job of physically overwhelming his defender, impossible to jam at the line of scrimmage and when he got open, caught the ball with his hands and quickly would turn up field.
TE Chase Blakley, Coeur d'Alene (Idaho)
Blakley had a very good day catching the ball. He's a natural pass catcher, doesn't fight the ball, and runs crisp and precise routers and did a great job getting behind his defender and getting good separation. The Washington commit looked noticeably bigger from when we saw him last at the U.S. Army Combine. Blakley is a commit to Washington.
TE Drew Sample, Bellevue (Wash.) Newport
Sample has impressed us all spring, and this was the fourth time we've seen him in the past month, the first time being at the Oakland NFTC, where he was no worse than the #2 tight end there. Like he did in Oakland, Sample did a good job getting off the jams and making some very good adjustments to some of the poorer thrown balls. We've seen Sample a lot in the past, playing in a veer offense where he's not targeted nearly as much as other tight ends, but he showed on Sunday at least that he should have the ball in his hands more
OL Kaleb McGary, Fife (Wash.)
It was the second camp in three days for McGary, who also worked at both tight end and defensive end at the NW Elite Camp on Friday, before focusing on the offensive line in Eugene. McGary easily was the most athletic offensive lineman there, and while he's still somewhat new to the position, he was a coachable guy who wanted to get plenty of reps. He still has some things to work on technique wise, but he's real flexible and long and when he cut out the extra steps in pass pro, did a good job engaging his defender.
OL Tristen Hoge, Pocatello (Idaho) Highland (2015)
Hoge will be a national recruit in the 2015 class, with great size and a good frame to add more weight, real good flexibility and a natural knee bender. He played center in the 1on1s, and save one bull-rush someone tried, he won every other 1on1.
Greg Biggins and Brandon Huffman contributed to this report.