This is something new I plan on doing each week, it might turn into part of the podcast, but for now it will be an article on the site.
2017 Oak Harbor (Wa.) RB Princeton Lollar is a big back whose senior season is off to a great start. He updated Norhtwest Elite Index recently on recruiting and where things currently stand.
There are two new number one teams in the state, and a few others continues to make big jumps. This week we expand our 2A/1A/2B rankings from five to ten.
Sure, it was a non-conference game, but Bethel got a much needed 27-7 win over North Thurston at South Sound Stadium in Lacey.
When we saw 2017 OL/DL Brandon Pili at a camp this summer, he was still planning play his senior season in Anchorage, Alaska, but a family situation forced a move to the Portland area and now he’s starting a playing well for Westview and he recently earned his first offer.
Ryland Spencer talks High School Football from around the state of Washington with guests Zach Lewis and Scott Eklund.
Not many games on Thursday night this week. I am headed down I-5 to Lacey and South Sound Stadium where the Bethel Braves take on the North Thurston Rams.
After an offseason of hard work where he focused on the finer points of playing the quarterback position, 2017 Puyallup (Wa.) QB Nathaniel Holcomb got off to a fast start last Friday and hopes to lead the Vikings to the post season this fall.
A crazy week one is in the books. There were upsets all over the board and the updated rankings will reflect that. Following this week’s games we will be expanding all team rankings, other than 1B, to a top ten.
His senior season just got started, but 2017 Hillsboro (Or.) DE/LB R.J. Nelson decided to end the recruiting process over the Labor Day weekend when he chose to commit to Montana on a visit to Missoula.