OVERALL CAMP MVP: WR Anthony Stell Rainier Beach HS
OFFENSIVE CAMP MVP: WR Gee Scott Jr. Eastside Catholic HS
DEFENSIVE CAMP MVP: SS Isaiah Ifanse Bellevue HS
OFFENSIVE X FACTOR: WR Devin Culp Gonzaga Prep HS
DEFENSIVE X FACTOR: CB Sam Lockett Gonzaga Prep HS
OFFENSIVE DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH: WR Isaiah Cole Monroe HS
DEFENSIVE DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH: CB Darrien Sampson Rainier Beach HS
FSP 7vs7 training camp was star studded and lived up to the hype no doubt. On a weekend where the weather wasn’t the best, the stars came to shine along with some talented players that you need to keep an eye on this coming summer. With all the stars and offers at this camp, you can be sure to know multiple kids stood out.
Training camp went well, as the defensive unit had the upper hand against the offense all weekend. It was clear from the beginning that with all the superstar talent on offense it would take a while for the offensive unit to gel. Once the Offensive started gelling in that final scrimmage it was a sight to see. Overall the defensive unit had the upper hand in the scrimmage.
The FSP coaching Staff was impressed with UW commit Jacob Sirmon. We all know how great Jacob is, but the thing that really stood out to this weekend was his leadership and command in the huddle. You could tell every time Jacob took the huddle he was the leader and his teammates respected that, not to mention he showed great read making ability and his cannon for an arm.
Last year’s FSP varsity starter was Eastside Catholic’s Zach Lewis. Zach was solid all camp, Zach showed pinpoint accuracy throughout the weekend and looks to be a great compliment to Jacob Sirmon.
2019 Glacier Peak QB Ayden Ziomas was solid all week and didn’t try to force the ball he did what he does best and that was being decisive with the ball on his reads, and not second guessing himself.
With the absence of 4-star running back Trey Lowe out of Jesuit FSP needed a running back to step up, and that’s what Alex Bing did. Alex Bing showcased his blazing speed and ankle-breaking moves to the fullest this weekend regularly getting open and being a safety valve for the QB’s. Alex also showed his versatility by being able to line up in the slot and work his way there.
Daniel Arias showcased why he will end up being a top ranked multiple D1 offer kid. Daniel showcased his ability at 6’4 190 to run crisp routes and ability to go up and catch the ball over defenders. The biggest thing that stood out about Daniel was his elite speed and his ability to go up and high point the balls.
3-star Mason starling had a great start to camp but unfortunately was hurt early. The hype around Daniel Arias coming into camp was immense; he lived up to it no doubt.
4-star Oregon Commit Devin Culp was only here for the Sunday session but stepped in with the 1’s and showed why he’s a 4-star WR being able to bully kids with his amazing frame, but also being able to blow by guys.
Arguably the overall MVP of training camp was Rainier Beach WR Anthony Stell. Anthony showcased everything needed to be a top level WR in WA. Anthony truly has the game-changing speed that cannot be contained, not to mention his footwork on his routes was truly unguardable.
2020 Eastside Catholic freshman WR Gee Scott Jr. is on path to be the next big time wide receiver to come out of Washington hopefully being able to add his name to Prep Stars of the past like Reggie Williams (2001 Lakes HS 5 star recruit), and Kasen Williams (2009 Skyline HS 5 Star Recruit). Gee showcased his ability all weekend to already be mentioned as one of the best WR in the state.
At TE Jarrell Anderson showcased why he is the top-ranked TE in the state. Jarrell was very reliable all weekend and will be a multiple high-level D1 offer kid in no time. Monroe’s Isaiah Cole was the ultimate reliable WR during camp being able for the QB’s to always know that if they needed a key play he was the guy to go too.
Defensively this group was dominant all weekend. Headlining the Linebacking core was 4-star Elijah Winston who showcased everything you need in a top level LB. Winston already has the frame at 6’3 230 to be disruptive, but it’s his athleticism that stood to be able to run sideline to sideline and disrupt routes.
At the other MLB spot, Emmanuel Osuoha of Archbishop Murphy showcased his athleticism being able to be manned up on a slot and lock him down.
In the secondary, it was clear who the leader was. 3-star Eastside Catholic safety Malik Putney was the leader of the defense in all facets of the game, whether it was by play or vocally. The other safety spot was locked down by Bellevue safety Isaiah Ifanse who was shut down all weekend.
At the CB position, it was led by 4-star CB Kyler Gordon who was rarely tested, but when he was showcased why he’s one of the top players in America.
One the opposite side of Gordon was Rainier Beach CB Darrien Sampson who was big time all weekend showcasing his length and ability to target the ball in the air.
At the nickel was 3-star CB Sam Lockett who was shut down in the final scrimmage showcasing why he is the number 2 ranked CB in the state. 2019 Federal Way Trey Davis and Hazen CB Corbin Walker were both very impressive throughout the weekend.
Underclassmen that impressed
Bothell 2019 WR Riley Morrison, 2020 RB Christian Galvan, 2020 Eastside Catholic CB Ayden hector, 2019 Bellevue CB Joey Echigoshima, 2020 Eastside Catholic TE DJ Rogers (6-5 230), and 2021 Belermine Prep WR Kiley Ringo. Look for all of these youngsters to be the future of their respective high schools and spearhead a very good underclassman class in Washington.