Jeremy Castro mainly lined up at defensive end but also played defensive tackle and even linebacker, showing off his versatility, in Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta's victory over Encino (Calif.) Crespi Friday night.
He shined at all three spots.
"I feel like I did great myself but it was all a team effort," Castro said. "I couldn't have done that without the rest of my team. It was definitely a team effort.
"It's all about speed rush, getting off the ball quickly and watching the ball. There were a couple times I jumped off-sides but I always came back the next play. I always want to be a linebacker so the coach gives me a couple plays to see how I'd do at linebacker so I always try it."
Castro, a 6-foot-1, 240-pound four-star prospect, had a big impact on the game and that's why so many schools continue to recruit even though he's been committed to Washington since the middle of July.
Programs are still after him as well because Castro is open to looking around and even wants to take all five official visits even though he hasn't set anything up yet.
He has told the Washington coaches his intentions and Castro said they're fine with him taking visits so he can find the best place for him.
"I'm still looking at other colleges but I'm cool with Washington right now," Castro said.
"I'm still open. I told them I'm going to take my trips and they said they're fine with it and I should find out where my heart is."
The four-star prospect said he wants to visit Oregon, LSU, Oklahoma, UCLA and Washington. Rivals.com rates him as the No. 21 weak-side defensive end in the 2012 class and No. 36 in the California state rankings.
In total, Washington, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Iowa State, Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Oregon and UCLA have offered him.