Nearly 200 student athletes assembled Saturday morning in the Moshofsky Center, part of the Autzen Stadium Complex at the University of Oregon to participate in a one-day camp sponsored by Nike. The group composed of high school students that will mostly enter their senior year next September were weighed, measured their height, made a vertical jump, pressed 185 pounds, ran a 40-yard dash and shuttle run. The majority of the players are from Oregon and Washington High Schools.
Several players showed they have Division I potential, but the player that may have stole the show was a sophomore that will turn in a junior was school starts this fall, Jonathan Stewart, a running back out of Timberline High School in Olympia, Washington. Stewart caught the eye of several high school coaches and staff members of Student Sports Magazine with his power and speed.
Another Washington athlete, Matt Tuiasosopo from Woodville High School in Woodville was impressive at quarterback.
Oregon's first verbal commitment for the year, David Faaeteete, (North Medford HS) was one of three outstanding linemen at the camp. Faaeteete, along with Cole Lineham, (Banks HS) and Adam Roof, (East Valley HS) Spokane.
Several of the athletes will participate in a one-day camp tomorrow conducted by the University of Oregon.