At 6’8″ and 300 pounds, Lincoln (Tacoma, Wa.) OT Kameron Smith is quite literally one of the biggest prospects in the state of Washington this year. Recently, the emerging offensive lineman hauled in his first offer.
A player that is emerging as a budding star on the recruiting front in the Evergreen State during the 2016 recruiting cycle is none other than Central Valley (Spokane, Wa.) OT Scott Peck.
Standing 5-feet-11, weighing 180 pounds, you might not look twice at Davis Alexander of Gig Harbor (Wa.), but once you turn on the game film, it is impossible to deny his talent.
It’s never too early to talk about the top 2017 prospects in the state and one that is starting to catch many people’s eyes right now is Skyview (Vancouver, Wa.) WR Jeremiah Wright.
It is that time of the year again. The days are getting longer, the weather is getting nicer, and the Barton Football Academy is beginning to host bigger events, with a focus towards recruiting.
Because he plays east of the mountains, Richland (Wa.) LB Lakota Wills might be one of the best players that very few recruitniks know about.
It’s hard to believe, but even 6’6, 300-pounders can go overlooked in the recruiting process. That’s exactly what has happened to Ferndale (Wa.) OL Nick Bartel.
Focus is fully on the 2016 recruiting class, with offers coming by the day. An athlete who appears to heading towards an offer is Darien Williams of Lincoln (Tacoma, Wash.) High School.
After a very productive junior season, it’s surprising that Kamiak (Mukilteo, Wa.) TE Nate Shubert has yet to see recruiting really take off.
Click for Eric Briscoe Highlights One of the top two-way athletes in the 2016 recruiting class from Washington is Eric Briscoe of AC Davis (Yakima) High School. The 6-foot-3, 215 pounder is a two-time All-State TE, but is seeing most of his recruiting interest on the defensive side of the ball. While he projects as an outside linebacker, he has received All-League status the last two seasons for his work at…