One of the top QB’s in the State of Washington without an offer is Tavin Montgomery of Juanita High School in Kirkland.
One of the more intriguing prospects from the State of Washington is 2016 OL Nick Blair of Everett High School.
2016 Kent (Wa.) Meridian WR Emmanuel Daigbe could be close to finding a place to play this coming fall,
2016 Lakes (Lakewood, Wa.) OL/DL Maxwell Nauer was a two-way star for the Lancers this past season. He was so good, he earned First Team All-State honors
One of the state’s top two-way athletes in the 2018 recruiting class from the State of Washington is Tre Weed of Sumner High School.
Over the past decade, very few top prospects have come out of any of the Kitsap Peninsula programs, however, 2016 Olympic (Silverdale, Wa.) OL/DL Keith Moore has proven to be a top target for a few schools
2016 Ferndale (Wa.) OL Nick Bartel has seen recruiting pick up over the past couple of weeks and he’ll visit at least two schools next month before making a decision
A rising star in the 2017 class out of the state of Oregon is Central (Independence, Or.) DL Marlon Tuipulotu, a 6’2″, 270 pounder, who already has offers from six schools and more could be on the way.
It’s been a long time coming, but 2016 Cleveland (Seattle, Wa.) ATH Zechariah Brown finally hauled in his first offer recently.
2017 Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) OL Henry Bainivalu has plenty of schools to choose from as he heads into an important time in the recruiting process