In part two of our photo essay we all moved inside to the amazing Dempsey Center at the University of Washington as the NW Skills Camp went into session #2 for the linemen. And while the lighting in there is very cool making it hard to shoot the action got very hot very fast and we caught a good amount of it on film.
There were some standout performances. Brayden Kearsley of Aloha High School proved that he is the most physical Offensive linemen not only in Oregon but in the Region. The 10 plus offer stud was amazing and showed a tough side that most high school kids have not developed; at least not in a camp atmosphere like that.
Andrew Kirkland of Jesuit was rising high on a UW Huskies Offer from the Day before and that had him buzzing too. The big bruiser showcased the best technique and why he is passing the 6 offer mark on his way to more.
Then there were guys like Connor Humphreys, the fast rising Junior from Central Catholic, who wowed us with his quick step and hand fighting techniques. He was very hard to stop.
Other stand outs were Chris Miedema of Everett, Marques Royster of Lakeridge, Michael Kluge of Aloha, Chase Madsen of Bothell, McCartney McQuery of Bellarmine Pep, and Austin Powell of Crescent Valley. Many others came and showed up very well too.
All the deep thoughts are still hiding behind a pot or two of coffee but here are the pics as promised. Some fun ones here!