Zamora and Downing will camp at Washington

Two prospects from the east side of Washington state will head west next month to take part in one of Washington's football camps. Chiawana (Pasco, Wa.) ATH Miquiyah Zamora and RB/LB Jordan Downing are two-way stars for one of the newest schools in the state and both are just now starting to register on recruiting radars...

"I'm hearing from a few schools," Zamora told recently. "Honestly, there haven't been a lot talking to me, it's mostly letters, but Washington is a school I want to go see and me and Jordan will be camping there, but I'm not sure which camp we are going to go to."

At 6'1", 205 pounds, Zamora is a playmaker on both sides of the ball for the Riverhawks, posting 400 yards rushing and five touchdowns on offense while also racking up 55 tackles and an interception on defense.

While he projects as an athlete at the next level, he told that defense is where he'd prefer to play.

"I will play anywhere, but I love to hit and be physical," Zamora said. "I fly in and I'd knock myself out if it meant I could get the ball back for my offense and punish our opponent."

Downing was an absolute beast at running back for Chiawana last year and got off to a fast start posting nearly 800 yards and 11 touchdowns in the first month of the season and ended up with nearly 2,000 yards and 29 touchdowns on the season from his running back position while also totaling 100 tackles, three sacks, three interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recovers on defense.

"I'm not the biggest or the fastest guy, but I never quit, I always keep my legs going," Downing told earlier this spring.

Both have been hearing from most of the Pac 12 as well as some of the WAC -- Idaho and Utah State especially -- but the hope is that after they hit camps in June, that schools will start to take notice.

"I just want to keep playing football," Downing said. "Playing in the Pac 12 would be great, but if I only get an offer from a WAC school, then that's fine too."

"I love to play football, that's what I want to keep doing," Zamora said. "I'll play whatever they want me to play as long as I can keep playing the game."

We'll check in with both in the coming weeks and we'll update news as it happens.

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