(Dillon Sugg will lead one of the most talented young teams in the State of Washington)
He may be the top overall junior athlete in the State of Washington and Dillon Sugg’s (6-5 215 Jr. QB) stock is currently rising quickly. The UW Showcase Event in June was a who’s who of all the top athletes from the Pacific Northwest. Out of the 350 kids in attendance Sugg may have been the most impressive underclassmen in the entire building.
The 2011 season saw him complete 108 passes for 1449 yards and 13 Tds , good for 3rd in the CBBN in passing. He got the majority of the starts during the season that saw them finish (5-5), with a very deceiving record losing some close games to top teams. Wenatchee is extremely talented and has maybe more underclass talent on their roster then any other team in the state.
Isaiah Brandt-Sims (6-0 185 Jr. RB) is the "real deal" and will have most of the Pac 12 offering before all is said and done. He already sits with multiple offers, and a 100 and 200 Meter State title on the track earned during his freshman year. Remember the name Christian Brandt-Sims (6-3 170 Fr. WR) as he is Isaiah’s younger brother and will only be a freshman, but is flat out really good and will be another one of the NW’s top talents.
Most people are already familiar with the name Cy Sirmon (6-2 200 So. LB) who is considered one of the top sophomore backers in the region, and comes from famous bloodlines with his father John and Uncle Peter Sirmon now coaching at UW.
Jakob (6-2 260 Jr. C/DE) and Markus Stoll (6-2 180 So. ATH/S) will both be two of the better players in the state at their respective positions, as both of the kids have non stop motors and just a love for the game
Trey Adams (6-4 265 So. OL/DL) will also be a key sophomore that should be considered one of the top young lineman in the state. In all they have legit talent across the board and they will have multiple years to make it work.
Sugg went off on the basketball court this past season leading the conference in scoring as a sophomore (17.1 PPG), and grabbing 9 boards per game . His overall athleticism and size make him a very appealing athlete moving forward.
Sugg says, " our 7 on 7’s have been going great and we have improved a great deal in our last two tournaments". He continued, " I think we are clicking with both the run and the pass right now and it could be an amazing year.. Our team camp was also very successful and we played great as an offense, I have been able to throw with my receivers on a weekly basis and couldn’t be more excited for the season".
We are looking forward to seeing Sugg over in Seattle next week, where Taylor Barton will be training with a host of the top athletes and QB’s in Washington. Dillon is putting in the work and will be getting some one on one time with Barton in the coming days, as he could be one of the top recruits in the State of Washington for the 2014 class.
(One of the fastest and most talented players in the country Isaiah Brandt-Sims-( Left) , with the 6-4 1/2 Sugg (Right) who is one of the top junior QB’s in the region)