Seattle Opening Regional: Top Five Surprises & Underclassmen

June 3 -- A look at the top five surprises and underclassmen at The Opening Seattle...

Top Five Underclassmen

QB Jacob Sirmon, Bothell (Wash.) - 2018

Sirmon had probably the best arm of any quarterback there, and while he struggled with consistency earlier in the day, he got it going towards the end of the camp, especially during the half-skelly portion.

QB Dylan Morris, Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin - 2019

Morris raised some eyebrows, making accurate throws and putting good touch on the deep ball.

WR Talanoa Hufanga, Corvallis (Ore.) Crescent Valley - 2018

Hufanga is one of the top two-way prospects in the Northwest and on Saturday, it was at receiver that the prep quarterback looked the best.

OL Dawson Jaramillo, Lake Oswego (Ore.) - 2018

Jaramillo played on the right side much of the day and did a good job throughout the 1on1's of keeping his feet moving and using good hand placement.

LB Eli'jah Winston, Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic - 2018

Winston won LB MVP honors over a good group of 2017 backers, and could grow into a pass rusher, possessing the size to match up against linemen on the edge and the speed to get into the backfield.

Top Five Surprises

RB Alex Indelicato, Bothell (Wash.)

Indelicato out-performed a pretty solid group of running backs and won RB MVP honors in Seattle.

OL Mikey Minihan, Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis

The tackles were getting most of the attention but Minihan made it to the Final Five and was the most consistent guard on the day.

WR David Cormier, Albuquerque (N.M.) Volcano Vista

Cormier had the third-best SPARQ rating and made it to the Fastest Man finals, but showed he's also a terrific receiver to go along with a good athlete.

WR Joshua Johnson, North Little Rock (Ark.) Central Arkansas Christian

Johnson made some nice catches near the sideline, showing good awareness and body control and was remarkably smooth as a route runner and overmatched defenders with his first move.

DT Amir Matheney, Olympia (Wash.)

Matheney took arguably the most reps of any interior defensive linemen and routinely won them, making it to the Final Five.

Mountain/Southwest analyst Blair Angulo contributed to this compilation

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