Kiamiakin (Kennewick, Wa.) CB Darreon Moore - Moore is one of the top defensive backs in the state and he showed his worth for FSP as he knocked away several balls thrown his way. Moore is smaller than the new breed of corners that are coming along, but he plays big and he's got long arms and good balls skills. Moore is still waiting for his first offer and he'll be making several visits to schools for camps this spring and summer.
Bethel (Spanaway, Wa.) WR Jarrell Anderson (2018) - Anderson looks the part, measuring in at a legit 6'3" and weighing in at just over 210 pounds. Up until this past season, he's mainly playing basketball, so he's still trying to figure out the game, but there's no denying his length and athleticism. Anderson out-matched several defensive backs for balls in the game I saw and he has the ability to go up and get it whe it's in the air.
Graham (Wa.) Kapowsin QB Dylan Morris (2019) - Morris certainly looks the part of a budding superstar at the quarterback position. He's got a sturdy frame already -- close to 6'2" and weighing just under 190 pounds -- and a very strong arm. Only the quarterbacks with the strongest arms were able to make headway in the strong winds coming across the fields and Morris was one of them. He threaded several passes and also showed some quick decision-making skills in getting the ball out early enough so the defense didn't have a chance to make a play on the ball.
Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nv.) QB Tate Martell - In the gusty conditions, Martell, a Texas A&M commit, held his own. He threw a pin-point pass to a slot receiver down the seam, fitting the ball between two defenders and putting it in the only spot his receiver could get to it. Martell has a very strong command of the Gales' offense and all of the players look to him for leadership both on and off the field.
Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nv.) S Bubba Bolden - Man does he look the part of a Pac 12 safety. Bolden is an amazing athlete with great ball skills. He's solid in coverage and he showed great awareness in space. The USC commit was a dominating presence in the secondary for 702 Elite over the weekend and he made at least three spectacular plays on balls thrown down the field, including one leaping interception over two other players.
West Linn (Or.) DB Elijah Molden - Molden is a big-time corner prospect with tons of upside. He had a solid first day and came back strong on Sunday as well. Oregon is considered the leader for Molden, mainly due to his family ties to the school, but word is that Stanford has made some progress. Molden will be taking several visits this spring including USC, UCLA and Washington.
Wilsonville (Or.) QB Connor Neville - Neville's stock has steadily been climbing over the past couple of months and with the guidance of Alex Brink, he has continued to build on his already solid resume. Neville made several nice throws in the two games I watched, but he did struggle at times with the windy conditions. Neville has three offers to his name and several more Power Five programs have begun to pick up interest in the surging quarterback prospect.
Oak Harbor (Wa.) ATH Princeton Lollar - Lollar is a huge young man. He mainly plays tailback at Oak Harbor, but he moved over to middle linebacker for FSP this weekend. Lollar showed better than expected lateral quickness and some natural linebacker instincts when he dropped into coverage. Lollar told me he's hoping to play some linebacker for his high school team this fall, but we'll see. The senior-to-be has one offer - Northern Arizona - but Wyoming is also giving him a long look and he's been contacted by Hawaii, Portland State, Penn State, Idaho State, Missouri and Washington. Expect him to hit the camp circuit hard this summer in the hopes of gaining more offers after schools get a look at what he can do in person.