Washington Junior Day list

Here's a list of those high school players spotted Saturday morning watching Washington's first pads practice. The practice coincided with the Huskies' junior day, in which high school players from all over the region are invited to see what the Dawgs have to offer. It won't be a complete list, as players were coming and going, but here's a look at who we saw this morning.

Keauntea Bankhead - Ballard
Joe Bozikovich - Wilson (Portland)
Casey Bulyca - Woodinville
Ryan Bush - Rogers (Puyallup)
Kyle Carson - Mark Morris
Parker Coffman - Snohomish
Bobby Dockter - Kamiak
Brian Ellersick - Mountlake Terrace
Zach Fletcher - Bethel
Andre Geraghty - O'Dea
Wade Gurnett - Shorewood
Jordyn Jackson - Columbia River (Vancouver)
Nate Johnson - Lakes
Michael Jones - Jesuit (Portland)
Aaron Klovas - Bethel
Antonio Lindsey - Federal Way
Jonathan Luatua - Everett
Patrick McKillop - Bellarmine Prep
Mike Nahl - West Seattle
Anthony O'Dell - Mariner
Steve Ottenad - Federal Way
Brett Pearce - Kentridge
Fiti Peko - Bethel
Andrew Preston - Shorewood
Mitch Reffett - Moses Lake
Gary Rogers - Kamiak
Andy Roof - East Valley (Spokane)
Seth Setterberg - Shorewood
Alex Smart - Mount Si
Brandon Stewart - Ingraham
Jess Tate - Mariner
Justin Terry - Puyallup
Matt Tuiasosopo - Woodinville
Trenton Tuiasosopo - Mariner
Jabari Watkins - Kentridge
Jordan White-Frisbee - Inglemoor
Walter Winter - Juanita

Notes: There were some huge linemen in attendance. The one that stands out is Roof from East Valley. He's 6-4 and has to be at least 315. Dockter, Klovas, Watkins, White-Frisbee and Lindsey also stood out.

It was interesting to see Mike Jones from Jesuit there. Sources in Oregon close to high school recruiting down there think Jones could be the biggest recruit in-state this coming year. He definitely passes the look test.

Klovas and Peko were two of many Bethel players that showed up. Probably 6 or 7 Braves were checking things out. Bankhead showed up with his coach, Doug Trainor.

Dawgman.com Top Stories