Hype is growing around Washington junior LB/S Shaq Thompson, according to NFL.com's Bucky Brooks.
Washington junior LB/S Shaq Thompson made his debut as a running back in Saturday's 59-52 nail biter against Eastern Washington.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang ranks Washington junior LB/S Shaq Thompson as the No. 17 overall prospect.
Washington junior LB/S Shaq Thompson is a "playmaker with great athleticism," according to TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline grades Washington junior LB/S Shaq Thompson as a Rounds 4-5 prospect.
Washington junior LB Shaq Thompson is "best suited to the weakside linebacker role in a predominately 4-3 scheme," writes Rob Rang of CBS Sports.
Washington junior LB Shaq Thompson "could mimic UCLA's Myles Jack" in his versatility this coming year, writes ESPN's Mel Kiper.
Washington LB Shaq Thompson is "as steady as they come in space," according to Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl.
Washington LB coach Peter Sirmon said sophomore DB Shaq Thompson "can be as good as this place has seen in a long, long time."
Washington freshman DB Shaq Thompson has chosen to stick with football after beginning his minor league baseball career 0-for-39 with 37 strikeouts.