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Oregon Camp

2020 Edge Sandrey Mitberg (Beaverton) 6-3, 230

Mitberg is big, fast, athletic and a leader at 6-3, 230. In my opinion, easily a Pac-12 quality player and whoever lands him will get a 3-4 year defensive contributor. Mitberg displayed elite moves in 1 on 1's and was outstanding in pass coverage vs. the RBs

2020 OL Dustyn Coughlin (Hermiston) 6-5, 300

Coughlin was named the overall camp MVP by dominating on the day. Coughlin is physically imposing with excellent technique and good feet - we project him at the Guard spot collegiately and is looking to close in on his first offer soon.

2021 ATH Damir Collins (Jefferson) 5-9, 160

Collins put on a show at the Best Coast Showcase - the dangerous offensive weapon was unstoppable in all of the competitive drills and showed off elite speed. Collins can play RB or in the slot and currently holds offers from Nevada and William & Mary.

2020 ATH Jaylen Clark (Lincoln) 6-3, 190

The 6-3, 190 ATH out of Tacoma, WA was easily the most dominant WR on the day. His jump ball ability is 2nd to none and he has the ability to get seperation with relative ease. He already holds an offer from Pac-12 Colorado and will surely grab more before the end of his senior season.

2020 ATH/Edge James Duane (South Meford) 6-3, 220

Duane was the biggest surprise on the day - he is super athletic with elite size and projects as a FBS/FCS scholarship prospect - he worked out on the day with the LB's but could contribute at WR with his speed as an elite hurdler.

2020 QB Cooper Justice (Lakeridge) 6-6, 230

Justice is one of the top Quarterbacks in Northwest - the 6-6, 230 - three sport star athlete showed off his elite arm strength and mobility in the pocket. Whatever college lands Justice will land get an absolute steal as Justice is potentially a Pac-12 quality Quarterback.

2022 ATH Miles Williams (Clackamas) 6-0, 170

Williams is a smooth, highly technical route runner with sticky hands. One of the top 2022 players in the West - Williams currently holds offers from Oregon State and Nevada and that list will grow. Williams finished the day off in 1 on 1's with the best catch of the day.

2020 Edge/ATH Sky Alton (Skyline) 6-3, 205

Alton was the most versatile player at the Oregon Best Coast Showcase - the 6-3, 205 edge rusher participated in 1 on 1's as a WR and as a DE. Alton is easily a FBS/FCS quality prospect and will show up on collegiate boards asap. He is to big, athletic and fast to ignore.

2020 OL Chase Bradshaw (Hermiston) 6-4, 260

Bradshaw is a very technical lineman with great quickness and D1 size - his stock is currently rising on the recruiting board and he picked up Top OL honors at our camp on Sunday.

2022 WR Keenan Speer-Johnson (Tigard) 6-3, 170

One of the top 2022 WR on the West Coast showed exactly why at the Oregon Showcase. Keenan has elite size, routes and hands as an incoming sophomore and was hard to defend in 1 on 1's - Speer-Johnson currently holds offers from Nevada and Utah State.

2020 OL Ethan Wallis (Barlow) 6-5, 320

Monster tackle Ethan Wallis was undefeated in 1 on 1's on the day and is a big part of the elite line class in the northwest for the class of 2020. Wallis has great strength and will be a big contributor at the next level.

2020 LB/ATH Parker McKenna (Beaverton) 6-1, 215

Extremely versatile LB/WR Parker McKenna proved why we have him ranked as a Top 25 prospect in the state of Oregon. McKenna has outstanding film and his stock continues to rise as he is even better in pads.

2021 QB Jaxon Rozewski (Toledo) 6-6, 220

Possibly one of the top 2021 passers in the entire west - Rozewski was very impressive on the day. He is able to make all of the big league throws and has elite size. We look forward to seeing Jaxon's stock explode over the next few months as the pads come back on.

2020 OL Zach Zumwalt (Oregon City) 6-2, 285

Zumwalt is an elite offensive lineman and showed why with his excellent technique, strength and attitude in the trenches. Zumwalt was undefeated in 1 on 1's and is a sleeper recruit right now as he will start at the collegiate level for someone.

2020 WR Chance Sparks (Century) 6-3, 180

Sparks has had an extremely productive career so far and is a physical specimen at the WR position. Currently an under recruited asset - Sparks has all of the tools to become a scholarship receiver.

2021 OL Bailey Jaramillo (Lake Oswego) 6-6, 320

Bailey has D1 size and D1 genes. The young offensive lineman will boost the Lake Oswego offensive line this season in a big way - excellent feet and technique - it is only a matter of time before the 1st offer rolls in.

2020 QB Carson Budke (Beaverton) 6-2, 205

One of the top gunslingers in the NW put on a show at the Best Coast Showcase. Multiple coaches in attendance talked about how well Carson threw the ball and his deep ball was absolutely magical. We look forward to seeing Carson lead the Beaverton Beavers this season to a deep playoff run.

2020 QB Caden Filer (Lincoln) 6-2, 190

Filer was on fire at the Best Coast Showcase showing why he is one of the top passers in the state of Washington. Super athletic with a strong arm, Filer is extremely accurate and showed why he was able to throw 35 TD/5 int as a junior against quality competition last season.

2021 RB Miles Wilson (Reynolds) 5-10, 190

The punishing 2021 RB will be one of the top RB in the state of Oregon for the next two seasons. Elite quickness and strength - Wilson is scary in pads with his downhill running ability.

2021 WR/ATH Trent Walker (Beaverton) 6-2, 180

Walker moves and looks like a senior WR/ATH already going into his junior season - he is a smooth route runner with good hands and will provide a quality deep target for his team next season while also playing center field at Safety.

2020 OL Alex Hall (Clackamas) 6-2, 285

One of the top centers on the entire West Coast - Hall was a wall in 1 on 1's - extremely technically sound with a 26-1 record as a starting center. Whatever college lands Hall is in for a treat.

2020 QB Austin Atkeson (Clackamas) 6-2, 185

Atkeson showed off his laser like accuracy at the camp and good footwork. The Clackamas leader will continue to grow into his frame at the next level and has all of the tools to lead a collegiate program.

2022 ATH Kyron Albright (Beaverton) 6-1, 180

Albright has elite size and speed and will be a D1 player - he excels at both WR and DB. If you do not disrupt him at the line he will go deep on you with relative ease..

2020 ATH AJ Dixson (Prairie) 6-1, 170

Dangerous multi sport athlete Dixson was unguardable in 1 on 1's on the day. He does a lot of different things well on the football field and has elite speed. We look for his stock to rise tremendously over the next few months.

2020 ATH Zeke Dixson (Prairie) 6-0, 170

Zeke has good size and can play both sides of the ball equally well. Outstanding speed and ball skills - he will be a surefire contributor at the next level at WR, Return or DB..