As we continue to turn our attention to the 2018 class, one player to keep an eye on is Auburn (Wa.) OL Jacob Kludsikofsky and he updated Northwest Elite Index.
Schools Have Their Eyes On Ale
One of the most physically impressive athletes in the 2018 class in the state of Washington is Fife OL/DL M.J. Ale and he’s already got plenty of schools eyeing his talents at this early stage of the recruiting cycle. “I already have an offer from Utah and I’ve been talking to a lot of other schools,” Ale told Northwest Elite Index. “The main schools talking to me right now…
Intro 2018: Eastlake OL Spencer Thompson
An in-state 2018 prospect starting to garner the attention of college coaches is Eastlake (Sammamish, Wa.) OL Spencer Thompson and…
Big Holiday Weekend For Eastern Washington
The Eagles have been active on the recruiting front in recent days and over the holiday weekend, they hauled in four local prospects who promise to add some playmaking ability to their roster.
Moore Happy To Be A Wildcat
One of the more underrated quarterbacks in the state over the past couple of seasons has been Bellarmine Prep’s Christian Moore, but earlier this week, he made the decision to commit to
Intro 2018: Archbishop Murphy LB Emmanuel Osuoha
Even though his team went undefeated and won the 2A State Championship, Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) LB/DB Emmanuel Osuoha is still not a household name with recruitniks
Monroe’s Jerome Setting Up Visits
It’s been an adventurous fall for Monroe (Wa.) RB J.J. Jerome. As one of the top rushers in the state the past couple of years, the talented prospect has started to set up some official visits.
Recruiting Starting To Pick Up For Banner
After a successful senior season, Lakes (Lakewood, Wa.) DE/LB Xavier Banner has turned his attention to where he will continue his football career…
Intro 2018: West Valley QB Brandon Battle
After a solid junior campaign, 2018 West Valley (Yakima, Wa.) QB Brandon Battle is hoping that college coaches start to take notice of what he has to offer.
Hines Shows His Worth
Heading into the 2016 season, we already knew that Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) LB Ben Hines was one of the top junior defenders in the state