In just his second game back after a broken arm sidelined him for much of his junior season, Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin 2017 five-star offensive tackle Foster Sarell was rock solid in the Eagles blowout of Snohomish (Wash.) in the state playoffs.
Sarell, the No. 7 overall player in the 2017 class and the top prospect in the Northwest, played left tackle for the Eagles for just a half, before a running clock got the reserves time in the second half.
The 6-6, 327-pound Sarell is an excellent run blocker and equally adept in pass pro and has some of the best footwork you'll find from an offensive lineman in a long time.
A couple times during the game, he showed his athleticism and quickness, going almost stride for stride with GK's running back up field.
Sarell has offers from Alabama, Arizona, Boise State, California, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington and Washington State among others.
Check out game clips of Sarell from the win over Snohomish.
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