Barton Camp & Combine #3 MVP’s; Issaquah, WA: By Jordan Johnson

Camp Overall MVP Kilton Anderson traveled from Naples, FL to train with Taylor Barton having a very impressive weekend.
Camp Overall MVP Kilton Anderson traveled from Naples, FL to train with Taylor Barton having a very impressive weekend.

Overall MVP

 

Kilton Anderson 6-3 200 Jr. Naples, FL.

The 6A All-State QB out of Naples, FL made the trip with his family, to come train with Taylor Barton and attend our camp/combine, and didn’t disappoint.

Anderson was lights out for most of the weekend and currently has a South Alabama offer with a bunch of other D1’s on the verge. He will be a double digit D1 offer QB before its over.

 

Offensive MVPs

 

Drew Sample 6-5 235 Jr. TE Newport
Trey Robinson 5-9 170 Jr. Jackson

 

Sample just continues to get better, currently holding offers from Montana and Idaho. His ability to maneuver for a big kid is outstanding as his upside is through the roof with that 6-5 very athletic frame.

Trey is ranked one of our #8 athlete for the 2014 class, but is still somewhat under the radar. He ran the 2nd fastest 40 time (4.43), out of the 100+ athletes in attendance and scored 22 TDs last season.

 

WA's #1 ranked TE Drew Sample (6-5 235 Jr.) already offered by Idaho and Montana.
WA’s #1 ranked TE Drew Sample (6-5 235 Jr.) already offered by Idaho and Montana.

 

 

Defensive MVPs

 

Nate Lewis 6-1 225 Jr. LB Arlington
Conner Baumann 6-2 225 Jr. LB Newport

 

Lewis is a kid that came out and performed very well, showing necessary speed from his backer position and looking the part. He is the #6 ranked LB in the 2014 recruiting class.

Baumann’s stock is rising as quickly as anybody, after testing very well and showing off unique skills for a big back. Conner is getting accustomed to the defensive side of the ball nicely, after going off last season offensively with 14 Tds and 1,338 rushing yards.

 

 

Jackson's Trey Robinson had a big day running a (4.43) 40 yard dash, after scoring 22 TDs last season.
Jackson’s Trey Robinson had a big day running a (4.43) 40 yard dash, after scoring 22 TDs last season.

 

 

Linemen

 

Thomas Toki 5-11.5 295 So. DL Juanita

Toki is currently ranked our #1 D lineman state wide for the 2015 class and left no doubt Sunday. He will end up being a double digit offer kid before all is said and done, and is an equally better person off the field.

Thomas’ freshman cousin and teammate Paul Finau was recently offered by BYU and Toki has been even more dominant. The Cougars among others should come in soon. Look for Shaun Tarantola’s group at Juanita to be one of the state’s best.

 

Thomas Toki has been dominant at every event that we have ever hosted.
Thomas Toki has been dominant at every event that we have ever hosted.

 

Underclassmen Overall MVP

 

Ross Bowers 6-2 185 So. QB Bothell

Our Co #1 QB for the 2015 class in the state of WA had a very good day, throwing some really nice balls. I am a big backer of Ross and feel that the time and game experience he got last year, playing one of the toughest schedules in the state, will be huge for him moving forward.

He will need to have a big off season and get to the right college camps, but some of his skills are god given and can’t be taught. Look for Bowers to have a big junior year.

 

Underclassmen Offensive MVP

 

Keynan Foster 5-9 165 So. Slot Jackson

Foster is electric and one of the most exciting sophomores in the Pacific NW. His (4.47) 40 yard dash was the 3rd fastest time out of the 100+ kids in attendance. Keynan was a 1st team all league slot last season going for double digit Tds. He currently projects as our #2 slot in the state of WA , behind Chico McClatcher.

 

Underclassmen Defensive MVP

 

Joel Dublanko 6-3 215 Fr. LB Aberdeen

Currently the #2 ranked freshman LB in America and a kid that has dominated thus far on a national level. He projects as an OLB/DE type once he’s done growing, and could go down as one of the most special athletes to ever come out of the northwest.

Dublanko was offered by Montana going into last season, and has a bunch of high level D1’s (Including SEC’s) that are close going on him.

 

6-6 Calvin Throckmorton of Newport will be a double digit offer kid; Here guarding breakout performer Wunmi Oyetuga (6-3 255 Jr.) of  Charles Wright.
6-6 Calvin Throckmorton of Newport will be a double digit offer kid; Here guarding breakout performer Wunmi Oyetuga (6-3 255 Jr.) of Charles Wright.

 

Underclassmen Linemen MVP

 

Calvin Throckmorton 6-6 250 So. OL Newport
Alex Neale 6-3 255 So. C Eastside Catholic

Throckmorton has started since his freshman season as a D lineman but projects on the offensive side of the ball. His 6-6 frame and overall athleticism make him the ideal (OT) at the next level. He is still somewhat raw offensively, but his upside is off the charts.

Neale is ranked our top sophomore center in WA, and had as good a day as anybody at the camp. His ability to maneuver inside and maintain blocks make him one of the most intriguing prospects in the region.

 

Positional MVP’s

 

QBs

Eric Prater 6-2 200 – Lake Havasu, AZ

Blake Maimone 6-7 225 Oaks Christian High School, CA

Nolan Henry 6-0 190 So. Union

Derrick Becker 6-0 175 Jr. Capital

Casey Brink 6-2 185 So. Bainbridge

 

RBs

Collin Cossette 6-1 220 Jr. Kennedy

Teague James 5-10 180 Jr. Graham- Kapowsin

Elijah Nichols 6-1 195 So. Skyline

 

WR/TEs

Mike Padden 6-3 195 Jr. Lakeside

Drew Griffin 6-1 205 Jr. Bellarmine Prep

Erik Rottsolk 6-6 225 So. Lakeside

Sam Mix 6-1 175 Jr. Skyline

Reece Carlson 6-4 220 Jr. Gig Harbor

 

Slot/ATHs

Phillip Moore 6-1 165 Jr. Eastmont

Braydon Shields 6-0 165 Jr. West Valley

Ethan Mcelderry 5-9 160 So. Bonney Lake

 

OL

Robert Luke 6-4 315 Jr. Charles Wright Academy

Shay Dingfelder 6-1 280 Jr. Issaquah

Drew Springfield 6-3 275 Jr. Eastside Catholic

 

DL

Wunmi Oyetuga 6-3 255 Jr. Charles Wright Academy

Josh Wright 6-1 230 Jr. Skyline

Nate Ellis 6-3 245 Jr. Gig Harbor

 

LB

Mac Maclachlan 6-1 215 Jr. Edmonds-Woodway

Bennett Long 6-2 245 Jr. Newport

Andrew Monlux 6-4 230 So. Kingston

Braiden Beckman 6-1 215 So. Kentridge

 

DB

Dashay Ware 5-10 165 So. Todd Beamer

Curtis Russell 5-11 165 Jr. Graham-Kapowsin

Jordan Sumerlin 5-9 170 So. Graham- Kapowsin

 

Freshmen MVPs

 

Jake Taylor QB Peninsula

Zach Smith DB/ATH Capital

Brady Kelly QB Curtis

Devyn Rainbow QB Bothell