UW Rising Stars Camp - Offense

On Friday, Washington holds their second Rising Stars Camp of the summer and after quite a few calls to prep coaches and players, Dawgman.com has been able to confirm that there will be several top offensive prospects on hand to take part...

http://www.scout.com/player/203494-jake-haener?s=147

Haner is one of the headliners at quarterback. He committed to Washington in June after waiting for several months to receive an offer from the Dawgs. He's not very big, but he's got a good arm and he makes good decisions.

Joining him will be Bothell (Wa.) QB Jacob Sirmon (2018), a Washington commit, Murrieta Valley (Ca.) QB Hank Bachmeier (2019), Upland (Ca.) QB David Baldwin (2019), Graham Kapowsin (Lacey, Wa.) QB Dylan Morris (2019), Chaminade Prep (West Hills, Ca.) QB Brevin White (2018) and Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) QB Joe Green (2019).

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http://www.scout.com/player/197643-connor-wedington?s=147

Wedington performed well at The Opening last weekend and he's the only UW commit that is slotted to play running back at this point in time.

http://www.scout.com/player/186129-salvon-ahmed?s=147

Ahmed is one of the top in-state prospects and he blew people away with his testing numbers at The Opening last weekend. Ahmed recently named a top five -- Washington, USCOregonStanford and Notre Dame. He wants to make a decision by the end of December and he hopes to take all of his official visits in the first month of the season as well.

http://www.scout.com/player/195465-hunter-bryant?s=147

Bryant was one of the surprises, at least to those who live outside the region, at The Opening, showing soft hands and the athleticism and speed to get open down the field. 

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http://www.scout.com/player/193353-terrell-bynum?s=147

One of the cornerstone's of Washington's class, Bynum is an outstanding receiver who can change the game with his ability to make plays with the ball in his hands. Bynum could have gone almost anywhere in the country and he was recently offered by Notre Dame, but he's remained firm in his commitment to the Dawgs and hasn't wavered at all.

http://www.scout.com/player/201411-alex-cook?s=147

Cook may be one of the most underrated receivers on the West Coast. He's big, he's athletic and he loves to compete. He chose Washington during the spring over offers from several other schools including ArizonaUCLAOregon and Washington State.

http://www.scout.com/player/197906-ty-jones?s=147

Jones committed to Washington sight-unseen, something that is a bit abnormal under Chris Petersen. That changes this weekend when he brings his family on a visit with him.

Some of the underclassmen with Husky offers and/or interest include Corona (Ca.) Centennial WR Manuel Allen (2018), Folsom (Ca.) WR Joe Ngata (2019), Roosevelt (Corona, Ca.) WR Chase Williams (2018), Roosevelt (Corona, Ca.) WR Braden Huffman (2019) and Murrieta Valley (Ca.) WR Marquis Spiker (2018), Franklin Pierce (Tacoma, Wa.) ATH Mason Starling (2018), Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wa.) WR Gee Scott (2020).


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