Four-star athlete Budda Baker was the top player at the NFTC in Eugene in the eyes of 247Sports.com.
The last stop of the NFTC tour across the country hit Eugene, OR on Sunday and the Northwest's top players along with some from outside the region put on a show. Here are the standouts from Sunday's even for skill players.
Skill player of the camp
Four-star athlete Budda Baker out Bellevue, WA and Bellevue high school was the best skill player at the NFTC in Eugene, OR on Sunday. Few players matched his speed, quickness, and ball-hawking ability. During one-on-one drills Baker locked every player down he matched up with, and if he did get beat and allowed a catch the yards-after-catch were very minimal. Baker was bigger than expected and has the frame to play right away in college as a nickle-corner. His quick reaction speed allows him to take risks and go for interceptions or deflections.
Other standouts among skill players
...Three-star tight endHenry Mondeaux out of Jesuit high school in Portland, OR was another standout player among skill players. The 6-foot-5 250 pound player decided to play at tight end for the camp despite having multiple offers on the defensive side of the ball. He proved once again he is a true two-way player and could have an impact at a college on either side of the ball. He carries his weight really well and doesn't look like your typical 250 pound recruit. Very cut and agile for a tight end. Mondeaux ran good routes and was lethal across the middle in seven-on-seven drills. During one-on-ones he showed off his basketball skills in pinning defenders with his size and positioning himself well for catches over the shoulder...Chase Blakley was another tight end that stood out among a very good group. The 6-foot-4 Washington verbal fit the classic old-school tight end mold that is physically bigger than most that attempt to cover him. He's listed at 220 pounds but his frame looked much bigger than that. Working out in a situation that likely didn't allow him to play his true aggressive style he was still able to make plays in a passing setting...2015 quarterbackKimane Domena out of Roosevelt is one of three Oregon underclassmen to watch at the quarterback position. Domena gets more polished every time I see him and on Sunday he showed off his entire package. The 6-foot-2 quarterback threw good passes inside the pocket but also performed well in the drills focused on throwing on the run. He constantly found his target and hit his targets in an easy to catch location. Already holding offers from BYU, Colorado State, and Portland State Domena will see his stock climb even more...Ian Hall is a 6-foot linebacker out of Santiago high school in Corona, CA that stood out among some of the underclassmen Sunday. Hall has a big frame with plenty of room to pack on more weight. Likely going to be a middle linebacker at the next level. Hall was solid in pass coverage and was matched up against tight ends in coverage. Held his ground against guys like Drew Sample, Mondeaux, and Blakely...Jordan Morgan out of Southridge high school and an Arizona verbal was another standout on the offensive end. The 6-foot-3 receiver looked every bit of being the best receiver in the northwest. Three straight times he ran go-routes and went 40+ yards for a touchdown. He constantly put double moves on his defenders and left them in the dust asking what happened. Was also able to fight through corners pressing at the line of scrimmage. Morgan certainly made a name for himself Sunday and the Arizona Wildcats found themselves a good one...Drew Sample out of Newport high school in Newport, WA was yet another tight end to stand out. The 6-foot-4 tight end constantly made tough catches and ran good routes. Sample has offers from Air Force, Idaho, Montana, Montana State, Nevada, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, UNLV, and Wyoming. That list will likely improve dramatically once the summer is completed. A very underrated recruit...Corvallis, OR and Cresecent Valley athlete Tanner Sanders is a very interesting prospect for the 2014 class. At 6-foot-5 he worked with the quarterbacks at the NFTC, but could easily have played receiver or even safety. Sports offers from Oregon State, San Diego State and Portland State. Will camp at Michigan this coming weekend while also flying down to see SDSU and USC later. Sanders says the Trojans stopped by this May and have picked up their interst. He will camp at USC this summer in hopes of earning an offer...Central Catholic high school will have another Scarlett making noise in 2014. 2015 running back Cameron Scarlett will be a name Pac-12 coaches will start talking about in their recruiting meetings very soon. At 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds Scarlett is a tremendous athlete that could also switch to defense and star at linebacker or maybe even safety. He will be a name to track this coming fall. He worked out at running back on Sunday and more than held his own...Cade Smith out of West Salem high school in Salem, OR is the younger brother of Wyoming starting quarterback Brett Smith. The 2015 quarterback appears to already be ahead in development than his brother at the same stage. A very strong arm and the ability to throw on the run will make him a very interesting prospect in 2015...Central Catholic four-year starting quarterback Aiden Wilder was a standout among quarterbacks. While standing only 6-feet tall he might not have the size to play the position at the next level at the top schools, he can certainly do some damage for someone at the mid-major level. Wilder hit all his throws and will make some college very lucky to have him and many others wishing they jumped into the picture...Another smaller quarterback out of the Portland, OR area was A.J. Wooten out of Southridge high school. Teammate of Arizona commit Jordan Morgan Wooten showed he too can be a threat. He was very accurate in one-on-one drills and also seven-on-seven. Standing at just 5-foot-11 Wooten has an arm to make up for his lack of height...The surprise player at quarterback in Eugene was Tigard, OR Jett Evan. Evan stood 6-foot-3 and won the MVP award for quarterback. Tigard runs the veer offense but Evan will certainly force his coaches to look to throw more...Teammate of Evan and Tigard linebacker A.J. Hotchkins of Tigard, OR was another linebacker that stood out. Standing just 6-foot Hotchkins is the guy you want stepping off the bus first. Weighing 235 pounds with zero fat he ha the makings of an inside linebacker or rush end off the edge. Hotchkins has played just one year of high school football and gets better every time you see him. Covers a lot of ground and has a very wide wingspan. Will certainly be a recruit this fall who will more than triple his current list of offers.