One player flying under-the-radar so far in this recruiting cycle is 2017 Glacier Peak (Snohomish, Wa.) OL/DL Malakai Fifita, but that could change starting this spring after he hits the camp circuit.
One of the top returning in-state wideouts this coming fall will likely be 2017 Issaquah WR Joe Nelson and while he’s still waiting on his first offer, plenty of schools have taken notice of what he can do on the football field.
Interlake (Bellevue, Wa.) High School is hoping to make a move up the 3A rankings this fall and the man that will help get them there is 2017 QB Duncan Varela.
Even though his school is at a low-point as far as competiveness is concerned, Inglemoor (Kenmore, Wa.) OL/DL Mario Tupou is still a name to remember in the 2017 in-state class.
After a solid junior campaign, O’Dea (Seattle, Wa.) LB Kyle Hollabaugh is poised to be one of the rising stars in the class of 2017 within the state of Washington.
2017 Jackson (Mill Creek, Wa.) ATH Markus Sullivan comes from great bloodlines, but at this early stage of the recruiting cycle, he’s drawing attention from several colleges due to his own merits.
Because he runs an offense that is very run-heavy, 2017 Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) QB Connor Johnson hasn’t gotten much notice for his passing skills, but that’s been changing over the past couple of months.
Another successful NW Stars Camp is in the books, and we will start our coverage with a look at the Upperclassmen.
The rich tradition of South Kitsap offensive linemen has fallen by the wayside since just after the turn of the century, but 2017 OL Jacob Miller could wind up helping to reverse that trend.
While helping to lead his team win the 4A State Title, 2017 Gonzaga Prep (Spokane, Wa.) LB Taj Hoard established himself as one of the top linebacker prospects in the Evergreen State.