Priest Willis was excellent on Day One, looking really good in coverage and in the team drills. He played some in the slot and then would drop back to play free. He looks a lot bigger too.
Isaac Savaiinaea also looked great- it's a terrific group of linebackers here, and he more than held his own, and I'd put him in the top group of backers here. Still hearing good things about UCLA and Isaac.
Sean Covington flat out bombs the ball. I was here the year Jeff Locke was in the UnderArmour game (and was the best punter I saw at an All-Star game), and while Covington isn't quite to Locke's level, he's not far. A couple of the Scout analysts from around the country were impressed with how well he boomed his punts. And the returners were having a difficult time fielding the punts.
Scott Quessenberry was solid all day himself. He was playing center and running with the ones on the day. He was also one of the leaders of the line, leading their stretching drills and was kind of a favorite of the OL coach there. He's gotten bigger since the summer, and showed real good strength.
Sebastian LaRue was as good as at any point we've seen him in the last year. He was the most consistent receiver for Team White, whether in the slot or split wide.