One of the top passers in the state, regardless of class, is 2018 Garfield (Seattle, Wa.) QB Max Nall and he’s started to see things pick up on the recruiting front recently.
2017 Franklin Pierce (Tacoma, Wa.) ATH Willie Patterson has been flying under the recruiting radar so far, but with the numbers he’s putting up, he should start to see things pick up on that front.
He plays at a large school, but it’s in a relatively remote area in the state, so not a lot of people have heard about Moses Lake (Wa.) OL Auston Downs, but after getting a look at his senior film so far…
2018 Wilsonville (Or.) DL Draco Bynum’s status as a player has been on the rise of late and he’s a player who should draw more and more attention as his junior season rolls along.
Another great weekend of high school football. Not a ton of movement, mostly teams losing to each other.
Even though he’s widely consider to be one of the top defenders in the state, regardless of class, 2018 Sumner (Wa.) LB Ben Wilson had yet to haul in a Power 5 offer, but that all changed a few days ago when Arizona became the first of what will likely be many Pac 12 schools to offer.
NEI’s Ryland Spencer speaks to Kaden Jenks of Royal High School, Scott Eklund from Dawgman.com and gives his thoughts on the Archbishop Murphy situation and “Public vs Private” debate.
You are probably asking why we are talking state tournament as we enter week six, and I agree with you, it is early. Fact of the matter is I had people asking me. Below you will find just 4A and 3A for now, as 2A is like trying to figure out a Rubik’s Cube and I don’t have full information on the other classifications as of yet. There are…
Mount Si (Snoqualmie, Wash.) LB Jack Weidenbach is one of the state’s top linebackers for many reasons, but most notably it is his ability to play in space and nose for the ball that jumps out on film.
NEI’s Ryland Spencer talks to J.J. Young, Ben Peterson and Connor Wedington, following their week five wins…