Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: 11-15

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...


#15: Because of the talent around him, Gurley has gone a bit unnoticed, but he's the Swiss army knife of the ATM roster, able to lock down things on the defensive side of the ball while also making plays as a runner and receiver on offense. He currently holds offers from Montana State, Weber State and Eastern Washington and he's getting some looks from some FBS programs as well.


#14: We first noticed Blasco at the May Madness event over the Memorial Day weekend. He's got a big frame and, at that point, he looked to be carrying a lot of extra weight. During the summer, Blasco really focused on trimming down and he wound up losing close to 30 pounds and it's really paid off this season as he's been one of the most dominant linemen in the state. He currently holds offers from HawaiiColorado State and Montana and he's got some Pac 12 schools interested in what he can do as well.


#13: Kanouse is a huge young man and he's gotten a lot quicker since losing some weight. He plays tackle for Peninsula, but he's being recruited as a guard by most of the schools that are after him. Kanouse currently holds offers from Washington StateHawaii and Idaho and more schools are still evaluating him now that he's halfway through this senior season.


#12: Boston is the top senior wide receiver prospect in the state of Washington, but we've thought he could be an even better corner prospect once he gets to college. He's got a long frame and great hands and he loves to mix it up on both sides of the ball. Air Force, Eastern Washington, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana State, Portland State, Weber State and UC-Davis have all extended offers and he could have some more roll in once schools get a look at his senior film.


#11: Lucas really came on during the summer and his recruitment blew up. He received offers from several schools, but when Washington State came calling, the offer from the Cougars was too good to pass up. Lucas is a great looking defensive prospect, but the Cougars like him as an offensive tackle where he can use his outstanding athleticism and long arms to be a standout in a couple of years as he adds size and strength.

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