One of the breakout stars of the football season that just ended was Oak Harbor’s Taeson Hardin and now that his junior season has been put to bed, he’s focused on the future.
After four very productive seasons, 2017 Lake Stevens (Wa.) WR Hunter Eckstrom is ready for the next step and he updated Northwest Elite Index recently about where things stand on the recruiting front.
Over the past 18 months, one of the most impressive looking defensive backs in the region has been Westview (Portland, Or.) S Jason Rucker and things have begun to really pick up for the talented prospect in recent weeks.
One of the more under-the-radar receivers in the region is 2018 Woodinville (Wa.) TE/WR Jared Eisenbarth.
Having just finished his junior season, Lakewood (Wa.) QB Austin Lane has already turned his attention to what he hopes will be a big senior campaign next fall and that all begins with what he does this offseason,
Sumner is 11-0 and the Spartans finished the season ranked number one in 4A and a big reason has been the play of junior QB Luke Ross.
After a huge senior season, 2017 Kings (Seattle, Wa.) RB Caleb Perry is starting to pop up on recruiting radars and Northwest Elite Index got a chance to catch up with the talented tailback to get his take on things.
During the summer, we clued fans in on a relatively unknown prospect — 2018 Snohomish RB Keegan Stich — who could be one of the best runners in the state. All the junior did this fall was help lead his team to a 9-4 season and a berth in the post-season.
A player who is flying under-the-radar a bit on the recruiting front is 2017 Kamiakin (Kennewick, Wa.) LB Alex Bayuk, but he’s putting up big numbers for the Braves and should start to see things pick up in the coming weeks and months.
2017 Kennedy Catholic (Burien, Wa.) QB Ben Gaoteote has led his team to a 7-1 record, but up to this point, only a handful of schools are showing him some interest on the recruiting trail.