Recruiting is picking up for AJ Ruffin of Tacoma (Wash.) Wilson High School, so we felt it was a good time to get an update on his recruitment.
Griffin Shea of Tumwater High School is one of the state’s top two-way athletes from the 2016 recruiting class and to this point has flown relatively under the radar.
Hockinson (Brush Prairie, Wa.) had a very good season, going 11-1 and making it into the state quarterfinals, and a big reason was a potent offense led by wide receiver Kedrick Johnson.
2016 Gig Harbor RB Adrian Valona helped lead his team into the state playoffs the past two years, but so far, he has just one offer to play football at the next level.
After a big sophomore season, Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) LB Ben Hines has shown himself to be a player to keep an eye on over the next couple of years.
While 2017 Stadium (Tacoma, Wa.) DB Jalen Scott might not have the prototypical size you are looking for, he makes up for it with his instincts, ball skills and tenacious attitude.
Great news from the South Puget Sound League where WR Tristan Beard of Curtis High School has picked up an offer from…
One of the top uncommitted offensive line prospects in the state of Washington recently made his college decision when Lincoln (Tacoma, Wa.) OT Kameron Smith committed to a Mountain West school.
2016 Jefferson LB Justin Madden has seen an uptick in his recruitment since the end of his season. Some of that might have to do with being named as one of the Seattle Times’ Top Athletes
One of the more unknown prospects in the 2017 recruiting class from the State of Washington is Brock Wellsfry of Hanford High School.