Jared Bronson - Air Attack report

Jared Bronson is a 6-4, 212-pound quarterback prospect from Kent (Wash.) Thomas Jefferson, and Dawgman.com got a chance to check Jared out last weekend at the Air Attack camp in Beaverton. Bronson's name may be familiar to Husky fans. His father, Gordon, played tight end for Washington from 1972 to 1975.Here's what he had to say about the camp and also how his recruitment has been going.

"It's pretty interesting coming down to camp because there are a lot of guys that are doing well in the area and the coaching down here is really good too," Jared told Dawgman.com after the camp was over. "It's a lot of fun." DuRocher, Alex Brink, Ryan Gunderson, Sawyer Smith (Portland State), Dylan Strait (CCSF) and Adam Hazel (Montana) were just a few of the quarterbacks that worked out that day with Bronson.

Jared was just timed at 4.66 in the 40, benches 250, squats 315 and has jumped 30 inches in the vertical jump. Part of the reason he has been attending the Air Attack camp is to refine his motion and proficiency in and out of the pocket. "Coach (Greg Barton) said to keep my shoulders down when I come through on my throw," said Bronson about what he'll work on this summer. "It helps me a lot. It gives me more power and more control."

Washington and Washington State are all the schools Jared knows that came by Jefferson to see film on him. Those schools, along with Oregon, comprise Bronson's top-3.

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