Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: 21-25

With the bye week upon us, we thought it would be a good chance to check in on the in-state top 25 and see where things stand now that we are a full six weeks into the high school football season...


#25: Hampton is one of the most underrated players in the state if not the entire region. He's athletic, he's got good speed and soft hands and he loves to play the game of football. He currently holds offers from Eastern Washington and Montana State and he's got several more schools interested in what he can do including Oregon StateIdaho, Portland State and Montana.


#24: Jenks has held steady in our top 25 from the beginning and we see no reason to drop him out. He's smart, he's athletic and he's a great leader. If he played at a bigger school, Jenks would likely have offers from at least some smaller schools, but as it is, Weber State is the only school to extend an offer and most bigger schools are still in the process of evaluating him. 


#23: It's been a bit of a surprise that more regional schools, both FBS and FCS, haven't come calling on Martin yet. So far, he just has offers from a handful of Ivy League schools as well as the University of San Diego and the University of Chicago. Martin is super-smart, big and very physical at the point of attack. If he's patient, he should have more offers to choose from.


#22: Sise is an instinctual player, but at 6'2" and just under 200 pounds, Sise will need to put on some weight to play linebacker at the next level. However, he does have enough athleticism to play as an in-the-box safety with his hard-hitting, physical style of play. The senior currently holds offers from Air ForceArmyNavyIdaho, Eastern Washington, Montana State, Northern Colorado, Portland State and Weber State and he's got a few more Mountain West schools eying his skills.


#21: Moos is a big, athletic tight end and he's also a very good defensive end prospect as well. He currently holds offers from UtahArizona StateWashington StateLouisville and Nevada. Most think he's a lock to Washington State because his father played and is currently the athletic director there, but he's maintained he's open to going anywhere that feels like the best fit for him.

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