Quarterback Jake Locker (6-3, 210, 4.45) from Ferndale, Wash., quickly climbed the charts and now considered the Western Region's No. 1 quarterback prospect and truly one of the best signal-callers in the nation.
The proof as they say is in the pudding.
Locker will be attending the upcoming Elite 11 Quarterback Camp. Arguably the nation's most prestigious camp for high school quarterbacks.
"I was pretty excited when I heard that I was selected to the Elite 11 Camp," Locker said. "I am looking forward to the event. I can hardly wait."
Locker is also one of the country's top baseball prospects. Though he excels at shortstop, center field and pitcher most of the major league teams like Locker as a pitcher.
There is a good reason, too. Locker throws the heater at 94 MPH and makes life miserable for hitters because he can mix it up with a nasty curve and change-up.
As a junior for Ferndale, Locker batted over .500, not bad for a pitcher.
"It will be a tough decision if I have to decide between the two-sports," Locker said. "But I don't think there is a wrong decision."
"I could possibly play both sports in college and there is a chance that I will or I may only play one sport," Locker said. "I think the college experience would be good for me, but I also feel playing minor league baseball with a chance to play major league baseball would be fun also."
"I don't have a favorite major league baseball team," Locker said. "But I do like the Atlanta Falcons," Locker said. "I'm a Michael Vick fan."
Does Locker have a favorite college?
"I have no preference right now," Locker said. "I will probably narrow things down by the end of summer. That is my goal
"I don't have any visits set yet," Locker said. "I hope to have some of my visits chosen when I get back from the Elite 11 Camp."
"I am very happy with my recruitment so far," Locker said. "I'm very content with the way things are going. It has been a very cool experience."
Locker currently has 16 offers on the table.
Arizona State, California, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, Stanford, Washington, Washington State and Tennessee are just a partial list of schools interested.
Locker is a member of the Rivals.com Rivals100 team for the class of 2006. He is ranked as the nation's No. 99 prospect at any position. He is rated by Rivals.com as the nation's No. 3 dual-threat quarterback prospect and is a member of the Rivals.com preseason Washington Top 25 2006 landing as the Evergreen State's No. 3 prospect at any position.