Our Take: Sirmon committed to Washington back in December and he hasn't wavered even with more schools coming along to woo him. Sirmon has had an injured shoulder for most of the offseason, so his performances at camps has been spotty, but the physical tools are there for him to be one of the top 2018 prospects in the country when it's all said and done.
Our Take: Jenks has looked outstanding this spring on the camp circuit and he's a candidate to start seeing a lot of offers start to roll in before the start of the season now that schools and scouts have had a chance to get a good look at him.
Our Take: Even though the Huskies have a 2018 quarterback committed, you still have to do your due diligence and continue to evaluate prospects in the event that something changes. O'Connor is an intriguing prospect from a school where Washington has had some success recruiting (Jesse Sosebee is a recent addition from Edison), possessing solid drop back skills and nice accuracy.
Our Take: It's never to early to get started on looking ahead to different quarterbacks and Washington is doing just that with a player like McNamara who started his entire freshman season and looks like he could wind up being one of the top passers in the West in the 2019 class. He's not very big, but he's got the frame to add more size and he's got outstanding instincts and anticipation.
Our Take: The younger brother of former BYU signee Billy Green, Green will play for Skyline this fall after starting as a freshman at Kings this past season. Green is an emerging star on the quarterback circuit and he's got a great shot to start for the Spartans this fall now that Blake Gregory has graduated and will enroll at Washington this summer. Green has a great feel for the game of football and looks like he could be one of the top 2019 quarterbacks on the West Coast when it's all said and done.
Our Take: After a solid freshman season, Morris already looks like one of the top passers in the region. He's got great leadership skills, the ability to move around and make plays with his legs and the game just doesn't seem to be too "big" for him.
Our Take: Boston is one of the best athletes in the state and recruiting has really started to pick up for him in recent weeks. Several Pac 12 programs could be on the cusp in offering Boston, but he'll need to show up at more camps and be patient as the process works itself out.
Our Take: One might wonder why Bryant, who has offers from most of the Pac 12 and is already committed to Washington, would decide to take part in camp. Well, the answer is, he just loves to compete and it will give Jordan Paopao a chance to coach him for a day. Bryant is one of the best athletes in the region and he was a huge pickup for the Dawgs in late April.
Our Take: Otton is a great looking tight end prospect who comes from a family that lives and breathes the game of football. He's not an elite athlete, but he consistently gets open and he's got soft hands. He's also a very good blocker, a must in Tumwater's grind-it-out system.
Note: These are by no means the only players worth keeping an eye on, but they were the players we have been able to confirm will be on hand for the camp and are the top prospects at their collective positions.