Jaramillo is an intriguing looking prospect. At 6'5" and nearly 280 pounds, he's already got the requisite size necessary to handle duties on a Power Five offensive line. The rising junior already has offers from the two in-state Pac 12 schools as well as one from California and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him receive an offer from the Dawgs at some point if he performs well.
The talented sophomore-to-be is listed as a linebacker, but he's got the frame to grow into a defensive end pretty easily and that is what he will be working out as during the Dirt Dawg Camp. Fiatoa committed to BYU very early in the process and he'll be tough to pull away from the Cougars, but he has formed a good relationship with the Husky coaches, especially Ikaika Malloe, and that has put Washington in the conversation.
Tucker was a bit of a surprise to hear about and he'll be on campus this weekend to check things out. He's a legit 6'4" and 250 pounds and he's projected at defensive end. Tucker currently holds just two FBS offers -- New Mexico and Wyoming -- and he currently is committed to North Dakota State. Could he become a prospect who earns an offer from the Huskies later in the process? We'll have to see.
Kanouse has been on Washington's radar for a while and he's that guy who impresses with his size the moment he steps on the field. Kanouse has worked hard this offseason to slim down a bit and it's shown in the way he moves.
Green is ultra-aggressive and a mauler. He too has worked very hard at trimming some of the baby fat and he's improved his footwork and quickness because of the lighter load on his frame.
There haven't been a lot of big-time college prospects to come out of Hazen, but Tryon definitely is changing that perception. He's got offers from Eastern Washington and Washington State and Washington has been evaluating him for a while. Tryon is another candidate for an offer down the road and this camp will go a long way toward that end.
Tupou is Taniela Tupou's cousin. He's got a quick first step and he's strong, but he plays on a team that has really struggled the past couple of years to become relevant. Could that change this fall? If it does, he could wind up with a few offers before it's all said and done.
We've got Williams listed as a defensive end, but he's got the frame to grow into a defensive tackle. Williams is strong and he's athletic for a young man his size. He could be a great fit as a defensive end in an odd front and Washington's been looking at him for a long time.
Blasco popped up on our radar during the month of May and he's done nothing but impress at the camps he's attended. He currently holds just one offer -- Hawaii -- but he's gotten a lot of attention from Washington State, Oregon State and Boise State since the spring.
Jones is an impressive looking young man with a lot of upside. Washington just offered Jones within the past five or six weeks and he's one of the top underclass offensive linemen on the West Coast.
**Note: This is just a preliminary list. There will be many other prospects on hand for Saturday's camp.