Sedoris ran the 40-yard dash in 4.79 and 4.67 seconds, the pro agility run in 4.13 seconds and the 3-cone drill in 7.25. Sedoris' pro agility time was the second fastest among the 16 Las Vegas prep participants, bested only by teammate DeAngelo Wilkinson's 4.10.
Sedoris was limited by a broke collarbone last fall and only played in four complete games. He completed 57 percent of his passes for 669 yards and four touchdowns.
"[Sedoris is] kind of a mobile quarterback, kind of a good play action quarterback, a shotgun, on-the-run thrower," Bishop Gorman coach David White said in a recent telephone interview. "Versatile. He's not your drop-back quarterback. He's an on-the-move type thrower. His big thing is footwork. Really does well at play fakes and running the offense."
White said that Colorado State has shown the most interest in Sedoris so far and may be close to offering him a scholarship. Sedoris also reportedly has interest in Wisconsin, Arizona, San Diego State and Washington.
The Badgers received film on Sedoris last week.
"They've shown some interest in him," White said.
UW quarterbacks coach Jeff Horton was expected to visit a Bishop Gorman practice Friday afternoon as part of the spring evaluation period.
"They could use some tape a little bit more and see him in person in the offseason," White said. "He had a great workout down at the Elite 11 [camp] at TCU…. He made it to the final first group as one of the top 10 guys."