The 2017 NW Stars Camp is just under three weeks away. Signups for the February 18th event have been open for a few weeks, and I wanted to get a jump start on the previews for this event.
Issaquah (Wa.) senior Trey Gevers is one of the top receivers left on the board from the state of Washington that is still looking for the right collegiate fit.
One of the top returning RB’s in Washington next season will be Triston Smith of Squalicum High School in Bellingham.
It took some time to get going, but Stadium (Tacoma, Wash.) WR Max Novak has been one of the fastest rising prospects as of late.
The Empire QB Academy has reached an agreement with Jaeger Sports to begin using Jaeger’s J-Band during their events.
Empire Quarterback Academy announced today it has signed a partnership deal with Just Play Sports Solutions, LLC.
One of the most physically impressive athletes in the 2018 class in the state of Washington is Fife OL/DL M.J. Ale and he’s already got plenty of schools eyeing his talents at this early stage of the recruiting cycle. “I already have an offer from Utah and I’ve been talking to a lot of other schools,” Ale told Northwest Elite Index. “The main schools talking to me right now…
It’s been a while since we updated news on 2017 Pullman (Wa.) TE Ben Moos and things have definitely started to come into focus for the talented two-way athlete.
QB Jack Colletto and the Camas Papermakers are your 4A State Champions following a 24-14 win over Richland.