At 6’1″ and 190 pounds, 2018 Gonzaga Prep (Spokane, Wa.) DB Sam Lockett already has the size of a college football player and he’ll likely be one of the top prospects in the state by the time his senior season is completed.
Because he plays down in the southwest corner of the state, 2017 Camas (Wa.) LB Michael Matthews hasn’t received a lot of media coverage from the recruiting sites, but that hasn’t stopped four schools from offering him and
2017 Newberg (Or.) ATH Anthony Adams may be one of the most versatile prospects in the Pacific Northwest, but three schools have offered him at one specific position and several others have their eyes on him as well.
Over the course of the spring, 2017 Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) QB Connor Johnson has seen his stock rise and he recently received his first offer.
It’s been a busy month for 2017 Ferndale (Wa.) DL Winterhawk Leighton so far and he’s also been hard at work helping get his team ready for what he hopes is a very good senior season.
While he’s currently still enrolled at Tumwater (Wa.) High School, 2017 DL Lazarus Williams doesn’t know if he’ll be able to play there this fall due to an off-the-field incident
Click for Malik Thirdgill Highlights On the hoof, 2017 Central Catholic (Portland, Or.) TE/DE Malik Thirdgill is one of the more impressive athletes anytime he steps on the field. However, the talented athlete is still waiting on his first offer, but that hasn’t changed his focus this offseason. “I’m not too worried about it right now honestly,” Thirdgill told Northwest Elite Index at a recent camp. “A lot of…
It’s a bit of a down year in the state of Washington as far as interior defensive line prospects are concerned, but 2017 Central Valley (Spokane, Wa.) DL Jordan Talafili is one player garnering a lot of attention from college coaches.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma, Wa.) QB Christian Moore with two offers in the books and more schools coming along to take a closer look.