#16 - Mount Si (Snoqualmie) WR Parker Dumas
Dumas is a legit 6'5" and his catch radius is ridiculous. He runs good routes and he's strong when the ball is in the air. The biggest drawback for the senior wideout is his lack of explosive speed. Eastern Washington, Portland State, Montana and Wyoming have all offered and he's planning to take his trips after he finishes up his senior season. Dumas looks like he could be a dominant player at the next level if he finds the right program.
#17 - Bethel (Graham) OL/DL Ezra Cleveland
Cleveland chose Boise State during the summer and he hasn't looked back. At 6'6 and weighing in at 290 pounds, Cleveland has the requisite size to be good on either side of the ball, although he has looked much more dominant on the offensive side of the ball when we've seen him live.
#18 - Bellevue ATH Justus Rogers
There might not be a more astute football player in the state. Rogers his a high Football I.Q. and many, including myself, think he will be a better fit at linebacker or safety once he gets to college. However, Washington State, his only offer and the school he committed to last month, has told him that he will get a shot to play quarterback for them.
#19 - Eastside Catholic (Sammamish) WR Matt Laris
Laris is big, very athletic and he has very soft hands. He also plays on one of the top offenses in the state. So far this season, the Cal commit leads the Crusaders with 32 receptions and ranks second with 592 yards receiving and is tied for second with five touchdown reception. In addition to the Golden Bears, Laris also had offers from Air Force, Eastern Washington, Boise State, Montana State, Penn and Wyoming and he's had several other schools looking his way as well.
#20 - Lincoln (Tacoma) OL Kameron Smith
There wasn't an in-state player who moved up recruiting lists that moved up faster than Smith this summer. He's big, long and athletic and he currently holds offers from Washington State and Utah State with plenty of other schools showing him a lot of interest. Smith is dominant at the left tackle spot for the Abes and he'll likely wind up at that spot once he gets to college as well.