While he's yet to start a game at the prep level, Sirmon is one of the best looking quarterback prospects we have seen in years. he's big, he's strong, he's pretty athletic and he's got a big arm. Now we just need to see what he can do when the "bullets are live". Sirmon comes from a great football family and he's already got plenty of schools eyeing his talents even though he is only going to be a sophomore this fall.
Telenko had a very good junior season for Los Alamitos last fall, completing 64% of his passes for 2,062 yards with 19 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also rushed for 306 yards and 10 scores. Telenko is still waiting for an offer, but he's got several schools interested including Colorado, Boise State, Eastern Washington and Montana.
The senior-to-be led the Chieftains to a 10-3 record after completing 116 of his 207 attempts for 1,947 yadrs with 19 touchdowns and seven picks. There aren't any offers on the table for Richardson, but with Washington and Arizona State still looking for a signal-caller in this class, he'll make the tour of camps this month.
You have to love what the tailback from Blanchet was able to do last season. Behind a so-so offensive line, Trujillo rushed for over 700 yards and eight touchdowns last season. He's a tailback who gets better the more touches he gets. He wears down defenses and he can be a multi-dimensional guy with good hands and enough toughness to be a stud on the defensive side of the ball as well.
Daigbe is an outstanding two-way player for KM. As a junior last season, Daigbe posted 40 receptions for 716 yards and 10 touchdowns while also posting 48 tackles and two sacks on defense. Academics have and continue to be the big concern for Daigbe. If he can get things straight, he's a Pac 12 type of an athlete.
The big wideout who lives just off of I-90 on your way up to Snoqualmie Pass has become a popular prospect with several programs. He's already hauled in offers from Eastern Washington and Wyoming and Washington, Washington State, Colorado and Utah of picked things up recently as well. Dumas is a big target with soft hands, but he's not quite as explosive as some of the other local wideouts the Huskies are after.
The first time we watched Peck's film, we wondered why more people weren't after him. He's big, he's strong and he's pretty darn athletic for a guy his size. Washington picked up things with Peck during May and he was asked to attend camp so that they can get a better look at him. Peck isn't at the top of Washington's list right now, but he's moved up quite a bit and he could be in that next tier of prospects to receive offers this summer.
When you talk about kids who pass the look test, Goldwire is the perfect example. He's got great size and he's pretty athletic for a young man his size. The problem? Questions about his heart and desire still linger. Hawaii has extended an offer his way and Washington, Washington State, Oregon and UNLV are coming after him pretty hard right now.
Bainavalu's stock has skyrocketed this spring. Even though he's only going to be a junior this fall, he's already got offers from Washington, Washington State, California, Oregon State and Michigan and you can expect at least a few more before the end of the summer. If it weren't for the presence of Graham-Kapowsin's Foster Sarell, Bainivalu would be considered the top offensive line prospect in the state. As it is, he's still one of the best in the region and a player who the Huskies definitely have made a priority.
Kanouse is a rising 2017 prospect with the size you covet in a right tackle prospect. Kanouse has been to several Pac 12 programs this spring, including Washington, and plenty of programs are showing him some interest, but he has yet to haul in an offer. A great performance during the Rising Stars camp could go a long way in getting an offer from the Dawgs.
Not many people knew about Smith before the start of May, but once Washington State extended him an offer, many more schools started to flood in with interest including Washington, Arkansas and Texas among others. Utah State also offered last month. At 6'8" and 300 pounds, Smith has the size coaches are looking for. Now he just needs to prove he has the quickness and athleticism to be a player at the highest level of the college game.