A look at the top 25 prospects in the state of Washington

In the first installment of our series on the top 25 in-state players from the 2017 recruiting class we focus on prospects 21 through 25 with a look at what each player brings to the table and where things stand on the recruiting front...


#25: Tryon has everything you want in a defensive line prospect with long arms and a big frame. He currently tips the scales at 230 pounds, but he could easily add 25 to 30 pounds and be a strongside defensive end in a 4-3 or even play as a five technique in a 3-4 scheme. Tryon has plenty of admirers among college coaches, but so far, no one has offered. Once someone does, he should see things really start to pick up on the recruiting front.


#24: Like Tryon, Martin has a great frame (6'5", 235) and he is a monster for Skyview along the defensive line. Martin has drawn the attention of several Ivy League programs, but he's also been to several Junior Days including Washington, Washington State, Oregon State and Boise State's. Martin will need to hit the camp circuit this spring in order show schools what he can do, but he's definitely a prospect to keep an eye on as we head into the summer.


#23: Sise has seen things pick up on the recruiting front with recent offers from Portland State and Idaho and he's been talking to several other schools including Oregon State, Washington State and Fresno State. At 6'2" and just under 200 pounds, Sise will need to put on some weight to play linebacker at the next level, but he does have enough athleticism to play as an in-the-box safety with his hard-hitting, physical style of play.


#22: Jenks is probably the top senior quarterback in the state and he's got the size (6'2", 205),leadership, athleticism and arm to be a real factor in college. So why no offers yet? He plays at a 1A program, so he'll need to hit the camp circuit this spring in order garner more attention from college coaches. 


#21: Sanders already has an offer from Wyoming and several other schools have invited him to their camps so they can get a look at what he can do. While he is a solid tight end prospect and has been tearing it up on the 7v7 circuit this spring, Sanders is definitely a defensive guy with long arms and elite athleticism for a young man his size.

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