Jacob Eason- Eason is the No. 2 rated signal caller in the nation and a strong showing this week could push him even higher up the list.
Patrick O'Brien- O’Brien emerged out of nowhere to earn QB MVP honors at The Opening Regional in Los Angles back in March.
K.J. Costello- Costello locked in his spot at the Elite 11 semi-finals last month and should thrive in this 7v7 environment. The Running Backs:
Najee Harris- Harris is one of two juniors representing the West and is the top back in the region, regardless of class.
Vavae Malepeai- Malepeai has a very nice combination of size, speed, toughness and underrated
Sean McGrew- McGrew is the most explosive back out West and shows great hands out of the backfield as well. The Wide Receivers:
Dylan Crawford- Crawford is a natural pass catcher with good speed and body control.
Theo Howard- Howard is the fastest receiver out West and no one has more upside.
Tyjon Lindsey- Just a junior, Lindsey explodes in and out of his breaks and is tremendous after the catch.
Javon McKinley- No one was better with the pads on last season than McKinley.
Kalakaua Timoteo- Timoteo wowed onlookers with a WR MVP showing at The Opening regional camp in Oakland.
Tyler Vaughns- Vaughns is a silky smooth pass catcher with great hands and body control. The Tight Ends:
Devin Asiasi- Asiasi is a traditional tight end with size and very soft hands.
Chase Claypool- Claypool is a big receiver who can run but we love his upside as hybrid TE in college. The Offensive Linemen:
Michael Eletise- Eletise is the top rated guard out West and earned OL MVP honors at The Opening Regional in L.A over a strong field.
Frederick Mauigoa- Mauigoa is one of the bigger sleepers out West and a strong showing in Beaverton could really launch his recruitment.
Frank Martin- Martin plays right tackle at the H.S level but could easily slide inside and play guard in college.