Nike camp report - Ishmael Easton

Ishmael Easton is a 5-11, 315-pound defensive tackle from Shoreline (Wash.) Shorewood, and he while other high school prospects are trying desperately to figure out what they want and where they want to attend college, Easton has it all figured out. If he had his preference, his decision would already be made.

"I would like to go to my Dad's alma mater right here at the University of Washington, but I'll go anywhere that has a good education and a pigskin to play with," Easton told after the Seattle Nike camp Friday. Easton's father is Roy Easton, a defensive tackle that played for Jim Owens in the late 60's and early 70's.

Ishmael ran a 5.1 40 a 5.0 shuttle and repped 185 pounds 20 times at the camp, and showed his heart and desire in going up against the likes of Casey Bulyca and Aaron Klovas during the one-on-ones. He singled out Bulyca, the Washington commit, as his toughest competition.

"I think I did alright," Easton said. "Personally, being over 300 pounds it's not the easiest thing to move quickly. I just wanted to come out and do my best. Like my father told me, if you want to be unstoppable, you will be unstoppable, so I just came out and did my thing."

Ishmael was set to attend Washington's team camp starting Saturday, then might go to a camp in Colorado with another player from Shorewood.

"I've gotten lots of letters from schools, but nothing hand-written or anything that tells me that they are really serious about me," Ishmael said when asked about recruiting. Top Stories