One of the best 2017 in-state quarterbacks nobody knows about, at least right now, is Richland's Paxton Stevens, but that could change this spring as more schools get a look at what he can do.
One of the top returning ball-carriers in the state in 2016 is Snohomish (Wa.) RB Keegan Stitch and he updated Northwest Elite Index recently on what he's been up to this offseason.
Juanita (Kirkland, Wa.) ATH Dean Sise had his patience pay off last weekend when he received his first offer.
Since he missed his entire sophomore season with a knee injury, not many people know much about 2018 Graham (Wa.) Kapowsin, but that should change this fall once he takes his first varsity snaps.
A rising star among the 2017 prospects in the state of Washington currently is Archbishop Murphy (Everett) DE Abraham Lucas. The talented senior-to-be hauled in his first offer recently and more could be on the way.
A player that has started to draw the attention of college coaches since the end of the 2015 football season is 2017 Hazen (Renton, Wa.) DE Joe Tryon and he could be getting close to some offers as we head toward camp season.
2017 Kamiakin (Kennewick, Wa.) DB Darreon Moore has been keeping busy this spring, checking out programs that are showing him some attention.
2017 Tumwater (Wa.) DL Lazarus Williams will be a busy many this offseason, both with recruiting and figuring out where he's going to play this fall.
Last fall, 2017 Westview (Portland, Or.) DB Jason Rucker got his first real taste of varsity football and schools have really started to take notice of what he can do. This spring he's planning to be busy visiting several programs...
It's been a busy past couple of weeks for Bonney Lake (Wa.) DL Caleb Davis and he updated Northwest Elite Index on some of his future plans shortly after returning home from Washington State's Junior Day event.