#11 - Dumas emerged on the scene after a big junior season. He currently holds offers from Eastern Washington and Wyoming and he's hearing from most of the rest of the Pac 12. The Huskies have started to pick things up with Dumas of late. With his big frame, great hands and his ability to go up and get the ball, he will be a huge asset in redzone situations.
#12 - Schools are looking for long-levered with the ability to make plays in coverage and also be solid in run support. Robertson really impresses with his legit 6'2" frame and long arms. He's an instinctual player who is starting to garner a lot of attention from schools. Arizona is Robertson's latest offer and he's got a lot of other programs looking his way. The camp circuit could wind up being huge for Robertson.
#13 - Kirsch only has one offer at this point -- Wyoming -- but he's got a lot of other schools who have requested his presence at their camps next month. Because he doesn't hit a lot of events, it's hard to gauge his progress this spring. Most see him as a mid-level type of a signal-caller who benefits from a very quarterback friendly offense and a ton of talent around him. There's no denying his abilities as a leader -- he took his team to state 3A title this last season -- and his abilities to throw the ball, but some question how much better he can really get.
#14 - Cleveland was one of the fastest risers among 2016 recruits this winter and spring. His long frame (6-6, 270) is the first thing you notice when you see him, but then when you watch his film, you also see an aggressive player with more athleticism than you'd expect. Cleveland already has offers from Washington State, Boise State and Air Force and he's been hearing quite a bit from Washington, Oregon State and Arizona State.
#15 - The east side of the state has several prospects this year that are drawing attention from schools, but Peck seems to be one of the most popular right now with offers from a handful of schools including Army, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Washington State. Peck plays left tackle at Central Valley, but a move inside appears to be in the offing once he gets to college. He pulls really well and he's got good feet. His aggressive style is what really sticks out when you watch his film. More schools could start to offer after he hits the camp circuit this summer.