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10 More Standout Prospects From NW Stars Camp

10 More Standout Prospects From NW Stars Camp

Last Saturday as the Avery Strong NW Stars Football Camp went down in Seattle the boys of Fall came out.  The 3rd year camp brought almost 35o prospects from around the Pacific NW to the showcase event where 20 colleges showed up to have a close look at some unsigned Seniors and a great group of underclassmen.’

Northwest Prep Report joined Northwest Elite Index in providing camp coverage before and after the event.  We completed 42 interviews, 1,287 pictures, and will be covering top performers the next two weeks.  We saw some familiar names show up and show out as well as meeting some newcomers who stole the show.   All in all the athletes and coaches showed up and laid down a tremendous camp.  While is rained all day and was a cool 43 degrees the work got done and many athletes left with contacts and options for their futures.




Mason Glover Kentwood

Mason Glover of Kentwood HS (WA) Had a terrific Day shining at the RB spot in Session 1. The 5’9″ – 185 lb. Junior went on to the 3rd Session and had 4 interceptions in the 1 on 1’s. He is a talented kid no doubt!


Lawrence Lovelace Junior

Lawrence Lovelace Junior out of Lincoln HS (WA) was one of the best-unsigned Seniors in Camp and he did not disappoint. He is a hybrid Linebacker – DE and was looking tough in the drills. He has a huge motor and was for sure gathering interest from colleges in attendance.



Spencer Thompson Eastlake

Spencer Thompson out of Eastlake HS is a solid O-Linemen and he showed it. He has a great skill set and a toughness needed to succeed. He projects well at the Guard / Center positions.


Mark Valerio River Ridge

River Ridge Senior Mark Valerio showed up and showed out. The 6’2″- 255 lb. O-Linemen was nasty and technically superior to most others in camp. Mark proved that any kid wanting to play can get his shot. He impressed coaches and we think was one of the best on the day. This is a guy you want in a fight – and on the field of battle, he is a leader.


Gabe Fulford

Gabe “GW” Fulford out of Corvallis High (OR) is 6’6″ -275 lbs. . He is a 2019 prospect and while he is has work to do he is a big powerful kid who should demand serious attention.


Semontae Andrews Rogers HS

Semontae Andrews is 6’5″- 290 lbs. and plays Defensive Tackle. This 2018 Graduate out of Rogers HS is big , powerful, and he brings it. We want to see more but there is a good chance he will rise up and be offered up before the end of next season.


Zion Robertson Marysville

Freshmen Zion Robertson came out to camp and looked smooth and solid. For a Freshmen he is way ahead of the curve. He does not even have any HUDL film yet but this guy has a future. He is 6’3″ and 225 lbs and has a massive frame. We are excited to see what he does the next year and what he can become.


Justus Legg Auburn Riverside

Justus Legg out of Auburn-Riverside (WA) is a 2019 recruit and boy is he fun to watch. he is 6’4″-218 lbs and has long arms and a nice motor. Great day for him!


Manny Borrero-Lewis

Manny Borrero-Lewis of Lakes look quick! We like him last year at this camp and he should have a fine year for the Lancers. This is a fast RB who has a lot to offer and he looked great at Camp!


Connor Gregoire

Connor Gregoire out of O’Dea HS had a solid camp performance. He looks solid as a RB and projects well onto the defensive side of the ball as well. Another talented kid from a great NW High School.


Look for more Camp standouts this week as we continue our coverage right here at Northwest Prep Report.

10 More Standout Prospects From NW Stars Camp


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