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'The Big Four' (Chris Fetters/Scout.com)

SEATTLE - Jon Horton of flyingcolours.tv assembles the top in-state football talent every year for a 'media session' at Qwest Field. The reason? He produces the popular 'Sports Blitz' segments on King-5 TV in Seattle (with Paul Silvi hosting), and each week a new player will be featured.

Horton was able to convince 21 of the state's top talent to come to Qwest Field on a Sunday to get pictures taken, interviews done and featured by one of the biggest television stations in the region.

Horton invited Scout.com along for an 'all-access' look into how King-5 and flyingcolours.tv produce their segments, and here is a photo gallery of how the day went. The highlight of the day was getting 'The Big Four' together. Last year it was 'The Big Three' of Jake Locker (Washington), Taylor Mays (USC) and Steve Schilling (Michigan). 'The Big Four' this year were all quarterbacks; Jake Gelakoska of Jackson (committed to Oregon State), Kellen Kiilsgaard of Auburn, Kellen Moore of Prosser and Jason Munns of Southridge (committed to BYU).

Highline's Anthony Watkins chills out before his interview


Ferndale's Brady Locker takes a handoff


Federal Way's Brandon Williams does his thing while King-5 shoots b-roll for his feature


Brandon Yakaboski of Mount Si pulls his best rock star pose for Rod Mar of the Seattle Times


O'Dea's talented RB/DB Quinton Richardson, committed to Washington


Lincoln's Roman Pula is happy to be out at Qwest Field, even if it is a Sunday without football


Gig Harbor's Toney Henderson is getting a kick out of talking with Jon Horton


Try and find a position that Eastlake's Tanor Johnson hasn't played!


The next big-time Skyline Spartan QB? His name could be Tony Rehn


The Heard brothers from Edmonds-Woodway. Tony is on the left and Josh is on the right


Edmonds-Woodway's Tony Heard is going to be force for the recruiting class of 2009


flyingcolours.tv producer Jon Horton getting ready to interview Bellevue QB/S Eric Block


Bellevue's Eric Block get his own b-roll shot. The Wolverines have fond memories of Qwest Field


Horton getting ready to interview Auburn-Riverside's newest quarterback, David Paulson


Auburn-Riverside's David Paulson shows off his arm in front of one of the A-R coaches, his brother Chris


Rainier Beach's Emeka Iweka and Vonzell McDowell, laughing at a teammate during the photo shoot


Rainier Beach's Jermain Delgardo is enjoying his time inside Qwest Field


Rainier Beach WR/DB Vonzell McDowell will call Montlake home starting in 2007


Emeka Iweka, Jermain Delgardo and Vonzell McDowell laugh it up before their interview


Rainier Beach Head Coach Mark Haley helps Emeka Iweka adjust his helmet


Emeka Iweka, headed to the University of Washington


Jackson QB Jake Gelakoska, verbally committed to Oregon State


Gelakoska working on his own feature b-roll for King-5


Southridge QB Jason Munns, ready to take his game to BYU - he's committed


Munns throws a few passes for his video segment


Prosser's prolific QB, Kellen Moore, tosses up another gem for King-5's b-roll


Auburn's Kellen Kiilsgaard draws up a play for photographer Rod Mar of the Seattle Times to use in a picture


Kellen Moore does the same for Mar - and since he threw for 66 TD's last year - we're guessing it's a pass


'The Big Three'? Wait, where's Jason Munns? Moore, Gelakoska, and Kiilsgaard paitiently wait


'The Big Four' (Munns, Gelakoska, Kiilsgaard and Moore)


'The Big Four' `are ready for a huge season


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