Breaking down 2016 West 300

Earlier we looked at the West Coast players in the Scout 100. Here's our breakdown of the remaining players out West who made it in to the Scout 300.

Earlier we broke down the West Coast players currently in the 2016 Scout 100, if you missed it, it's right here- West Coast players in 2016 Scout 100. Here's our look at the rest of the 300.

Just missing the cut and coming in at No. 102 was Bellevue (Wash.) Eastside Catholic two-way standout Brandon Wellington. Initially thought of as more of a linebacker, Wellington lit up the NIKE Camp in Oregon last weekend at running back, earning MVP honors.

One of the top tackle prospects out West is Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei's Frank Martin. Martin checks in at No. 108 and has all the physical tools to play at the highest level. He's a big kid who can move and plays with a mean streak.

Concord (Calif.) De La Salle defensive end Boss Tagaloa is at No. 113 and has been a well known commodity out West since his freshman year. He plays as an edge pass rusher but has more of a tackle frame and the toughness to play just about anywhere along the line in college.

Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco running back Sean McGrew (No. 119), is one of the most explosive backs in the country right now. He was the catalyst to the Braves state championship team last year and recently clocked a 10.68-100m to finish 6th in the CA State track meet.

A safety we liked a lot over the spring was Carson (Calif.) Marquel Dismuke (No. 125). Dismuke is a long, rangy athlete who plays with an edge and loves to hit.

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade athlete Dymond Lee (No. 131) is a great looking receiver prospect who may move to quarterback this coming season. He's definitely an athlete at the next level and could end up on either side of the ball as he's a talented corner/safety prospect as well.

San Diego (Calif.) Mira Mesa receiver Steffon McKnight (No. 137) will be one of the top skill players in the area over the next two years. He's a long, lean, athletic pass catcher, silky smooth and is polished beyond his years.

Etiwanda (Calif.) defensive back Treyjohn Butler (No. 142) is a great looking cover corner with a solid frame and elite speed. He had a strong showing during the spring 7v7 circuit and has some definite upside to him.

If you're looking for the next impact linebacker at Gardena (Calif.) Serra, watch out for Blake Walls (No. 148). Walls is a huge hitter and after playing a part time role a year ago should blow up this coming season.

Boulder (Colo.) Fairview defensive end Carlo Kemp (No. 154) is our early choice as the top junior in the state. He's a big time athlete who could end up at linebacker, defensive end or even tight end depending on how much size he puts on. He's athletic, active and plays with a motor.

Aberdeen (Wash.) linebacker Joel Dublanko (No. 158) is a throwback player and a classic inside backer. He's physical and tough, shows good instincts and is one of those players who always seems to be around the football.

We liked Carmichael (Calif.) Jesuit two-way athlete Beau Bisharat (No. 164) at lineabcker until seeing him at the NorCal NIKE Camp. He worked out with the running backs and took home MVP honors. He's a big back with good enough speed, a downhill runner who can wear down a defense.

Bellevue (Wash.) is a legendary program and their top player in the 2016 class looks like it will be running back Isaiah Gilchrist (No. 171). Gilchrist is a triple threat who could end up at running back, receiver or corner at the next level and is a playmaker no matter where he lines up.

Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei receiver Davir Hamilton (No. 176) played primarily running back as a sophomore but his frame and skill set is definitely better suited to wide out in college. He has great size for the position and has shown this spring his transition to receiver will be a smooth one.

Bellevue (Wash.) athlete Isaac Garcia (No. 183) is another two-way standout who shows the ability to play defensive end or tight end at the next level. He didn't even start a game for the always loaded Wolverines last season but was dominant once he hit the field you can bet he'll be moving up this list after this coming season.

Gardena (Calif.) Serra defensive back C.J. Pollard (No. 188) was impressive all spring during 7v7 and should have a breakout junior season. He's a smart, rangy safety that has a definite edge to him. He loves to mix it up and has the athleticism to be a solid cover safety as well.

If you're looking for a sleeper at the receiver position, look out for Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis wide out Drew Kobayashi. At 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, Kobayashi clocked a 4.54-40 (SPARQ time) at the NIKE Combine this spring and that size and speed definitely show up on film as well.

Rounding out the players in the Scout 200 is Fontana (Calif.) Summit athlete Damian Alloway. Alloway can flat out run and is that explosive game breaker every team is looking for. He doesn't need much room and once he gets in to space, he's gone.

The Next 100

203. Simi Fehoko, WR Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton
Big WR who uses his size well and can get down the field.

209. Connor Murphy, DE Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep
Long and athletic, older brother Trent starred at Stanford.

215. Bryce Youngquist, OLB, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos
Safety speed and athleticism but LB size and toughness.

219. Javon McKinley, WR, Corona (Calif.) Centennial
Nice package of size, speed, hands and body control.

225. Marshal Nathe, OG, Peoria (Ariz.) Centennial
H.S. tackle but guard frame and a road grader.

231. Melquise Stovall, RB, Lancaster (Calif.) Paraclete
Explosive back, dangerous return man and has a nose for the end zone.

235. Micah Croom, S, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
Has all the physical tools to shine, poised for breakout year.

240. Cvaughn Stewart, OLB, Fresno (Calif.) Bullard
Advanced pass rusher who shined at Oakland NIKE Camp.

245. D.J. Morgan, S, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Prototype safety frame with athleticism and ball skills.

262. Nigel Center, CB, American Canyon (Calif.)
A long, athletic 6-2 corner who could convert to safety as well.

265. Zion Echols, RB, Covina (Calif.) Charter Oak
All-purpose threat who can run it or catch it out of the backfield.

269. Devon Modster, QB, Las Flores (Calif.) Tesoro
Shined all spring on 7v7 circuit, arrow is definitely point up.

272. Harley Kirsch, QB, Bellevue (Wash.) Eastside Catholic
Highly productive southpaw with an effortless release.

275. Romello Harris, RB, Tulare (Calif.) Tulare Union
Tough kid who runs much tougher than his size.

278. Theo Howard, WR, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian
Smooth pass catcher who should blow up this season.

282. Camilo Eifler, OLB, Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O Dowd
Shined at Oakland NIKE Camp, hyper athletic, flies to the ball.

288. Kevin Davidson, QB, Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley
Big kid with a great frame and downfield arm strength.

291. Michael Geraghty, DE, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman
Active, strong at the point of attack and relentless motor.

296. Traveon Beck, CB, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Shut down corner capable of locking up one side of the field.

298. J.J. Taylor, RB, Corona (Calif.) Centennial
Small but explosive game breaker on both sides of the ball.