MISSOULA — Missoula Sentinel dual-threat quarterback Camden Sirmon confirmed with MTN Sports that he has decommitted from the University of Montana football program and will head west to the University of Washington.
Sirmon will be a preferred walk-on for the Huskies. He announced his decision on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.
Go Dawgs!☔️☔️ @CoachPMcCollum @CoachDonovanUW pic.twitter.com/4gp8gNBd9b— Camden Sirmon (@camdensirmon) January 28, 2021
Sirmon, who transferred to Sentinel over the summer after his family moved to Missoula from Wenatchee, Washington, was part of a dynamic two-quarterback system at Sentinel alongside Dayton Bay that led the Spartans to their first state title since 1972.
In his lone season with the Spartans, the senior showed his dual-threat ability with Sentinel's high-powered offense as he racked up 949 passing yards with 11 touchdowns. He was also the Spartans' leading rusher with 847 yards on the ground and 11 more scores.
Just hours after winning the Class AA title in Billings over West High, Sirmon announced he had committed to Montana football as a preferred walk-on, where his family has a legacy. Sirmon's uncle David played linebacker for Montana from 1992-95 while Camden's older brother Cy just finished his final snaps with the Grizzlies as the team's center in 2019.