The Big Guys:
Hank Therian, Cresent Valley, OR, OL. Hank arrived late to the Nike Camp and didn't get measured or timed, but he was the biggest man at the camp and absolutely the best offensive lineman prospect there as graded out in the drills by several attending coaches.
Joe Newton and Shawn Perkins are sure bets, but did not attend the camp. Newton has reportedly been offered by a number of Pac-10 schools.
Dan Johnson, North Medford, OR, OL, 6-3, 271, 5.17, 23.2, 19, 4.63. Good size, nice speed and push. Good shuttle and good feet.
Geoff Zuber, Gold Beach, OR, TE, 6-4, 272, 5.05, 24.7, 11, 4.63. This guy looks solid. Has potential.
Josh Linehan, Banks, OR, OL/DL, 6-4, 240, 4.94, 25.7, 12, 4.63. Looks very nice and moves well. Good feet, but needs to work on his strength and upper body.
Mattis Gehring, Lake Oswego, OR, DL, 6-0, 252, 4.84. 29.0. 25, 4.32. This guy is fast for his size and uses his body well. Has great balance. He has good strength. He's an honest 6-0 but maybe needs to be a little taller for D1 DL. If he got a tad faster he could be an LB or FB. Can he can catch the ball?
Mike Lopez, Central Catholic, Portland, OR, OL, 6-3, 232, 4.88, 26.6, 9, 4.53. Kind of like Josh Linehan, maybe just a little behind in development.
Willie Kingery, Roseburg, OR, OL, 6-3, 312, 31, Had some injury problems at the camp. Upper body looked very solid. His technique needs work according to some.