Posted On: 01/12/21 4:00 PM

The 2023 prospect class is slim as of right now with the delayed season. Not too many freshman from last season saw a whole lot of varsity time. However, there are a handful of upcoming playmakers that showed some legit flashes of talent, giving them potential for a sneaky, big sophomore season. Take a look at 5 sophomores to remember in 2021:

Darien Witham, QB/DB, Thurston HS

Witham is an upcoming playmaker for Thurston. He did a good job extending plays and keeping his eyes downfield to find receivers for clutch gains at the freshman level. He has solid vision as a ball carrier and is slippery to bring down. He is shifty in open space shows good second level speed given his age. Witham is developing into a dual-threat QB and holds big potential. He'll have to improve his pocket movement and presence, but will have much time to develop. He was a dominating playmaker at the frosh level.

Hudson Davis, LB/RB, Newberg HS

Davis is a high motor, fly around fearless kid. As a ball carrier, he shows solid vision with a good burst through the hole. On defense, Davis

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