The Evergreen State has a long history for developing quarterbacks and lineman. The class of 2008 appears to be strong across both fronts of the football and one of the best two-way standout Trevor Guyton (6-4, 280, 5.0) from Redmond, Wash.
Guyton earned all-league, all-area and all-state as junior after accounting for approximately 70 tackles, four sacks, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles from his defensive tackle position.
Though Guyton is a standout on both sides of the ball as an offensive tackle/defensive tackle, he projects as a defensive tackle.
Guyton has offers on the table Washington, Washington State, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Boise State and Nebraska.
Cal, USC, and UConn haven't offered as of yet, but they are recruiting him hard.
There is one school that Guyton would like to hear more of.
"I would like to hear more from UCLA," Guyton said. "UCLA is without doubt a good school and is a good program. I would definitely like to see what they have to offer.
"Washington is high on my list, but they haven't been winning much lately" Guyton said. "I want to see how they do this season. I'm pretty sure they're going to do well, but I want to wait and see.
"Washington State was my first offer," Guyton said. "They offered me after my sophomore year when I went to their football camp.
"I ended up being the camp defensive line MVP," Guyton said. "Washington State is high on my list.
"USC came by the school and they told my coach that they're interested. They asked my coach if they have a chance and my coach said yes.
"I was going to USC's camp this Sunday (June 10th), but I'm going to Cal instead," Guyton said. "Cal as been recruiting me the hardest right now.
"I think Cal has a good program and they didn't sign any defensive tackles last in their last class," Guyton said. "Cal is also high on my list.
"I'm not sure about Nebraska," Guyton said. "They're still on my list, but they are kind of far away and my family wants me to play closer to home.
"I really like Oregon," Guyton said. "I plan on majoring in Sports Business and they're good in that field of study. I've been to Oregon before and they have great facilities.