Scout Out West: Bellevue (Wash.)

Scout takes a look at the top prospects from Bellevue against Snoqualmie (Wash.) Mount Si...

Game Scouted:
Bellevue (Wash.) vs. Snoqualmie (Wash.) Mount Si

Scout Out West
Myles Jack – 6-2/220 - OLB – Bellevue (Wash.) - 2013
Recruiting: Committed to UCLA
Scouting Report: Jack continues to solidify his standing as the top defensive prospect in the Pacific Northwest, with three sacks, a breakup and five tackles for loss. Mount Si had to account for him nearly every play, and when they didn't double him, he made it tough for their offense. The UCLA commit, also had a couple of nice runs, but wasn't used in the offense nearly as much as previous weeks.
 
Sean Constantine – 6-2/228 – MLB – Bellevue (Wash.) - 2013
Recruiting: Committed to Washington
Scouting Report: Constantine was solid throughout the game, and had a couple of sacks. He did a great job of shutting down Mount Si's running up the middle. He also had a nice grab of a pass, in some offensive usage, during the game. He and Jack combined for a backbreaking sack when Mount Si was driving for a much-needed score that ultimately put the game away.
 
Budda Baker – 5-11/175 – ATH – Bellevue (Wash.) - 2014
Recruiting: Offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Purdue, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State
Scouting Report: Baker the top 2014 prospect in the state, had another big game, on both sides of the ball, with a couple of touchdown runs, an interception and three pass breakups. Anytime he touches the ball, he's a threat to break one, and defensively, his coverage skill is as good as any defensive back in the West, regardless of class.
 
                       
Brandon is in his eighth year with Scout.com, currently as a National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the Scout.com Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the Scout.com network since 2003.
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