2017 Kamiakin (Kennewick, Wa.) DB Darreon Moore has been keeping busy this spring, checking out programs that are showing him some attention.
Even though he’s still currently only a sophomore and he hasn’t played a lot of football, 2018 Bethel (Spanaway, Wa.) WR Jarrell Anderson hauled in his first offer recently.
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.
Lakeside (Seattle, Wash.) WR/LB Zander Bailey is one of the more underrated athletes and is taking an uncommon approach to his recruitment.
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 that are showing him interest.
One of the more intriguing prospects in the state of Washington’s 2017 recruiting class is Edmonds Woodway’s Ali Gaye and this past weekend the 6’6″, 250-pounder hauled in an offer from one of the in-state Pac 12 schools.
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.
It’s been a while since we’ve caught up with Kamiakin (Kennewick, Wa.) CB Darreon Moore and recently he hauled in his first offer.
Pullman (Wa.) TE Ben Moos has five offers and he’ll be hitting the road this spring to visit some of his favorite schools and this summer he’ll take in several camps, hoping to show coaches what he can do.
As the 2017 recruiting class becomes more clear, Washington’s top QB is Kaden Jenks of Royal High School.