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Dawgman 2018 In-State Top 25: 11-15

In our third installment of the Dawgman 2018 In-State Top 25, we look at numbers 11 - 15 which includes one quarterback who put up some fantastic numbers, two rising offensive linemen, one of the state's most prolific receivers and a big wideout who could wind up moving to tight end...


#15: We love this kid. He plays with a nasty attitude and he's continued to improve as a player since we first saw him after his freshman season. Baumann plays both ways for Newport, but we feel he's a better fit on the offensive side of the ball. So far, most of the Northwest Pac 12 schools have been in contact as well as Portland State and Eastern Washington, but he's still waiting for his first offer.


#14: Starling is a difference-maker as a receiver. He plays at the 2A level, but he could be a start in 3A or 4A with his outstanding hands and receiver skillset. He sets up defenders well for double-moves and he's explosive with the ball in his hands. As a junior this past season, Starling finished with 43 receptions for 880 yard and 12 touchdowns and he also had 51 tackles and one sack on the season. Starling currently holds one offer -- Oregon State -- and most of the Pac 12 including Washington, Washington State and California have been in contact as well.


#13: The first thing you notice with Ale is his size and the second thing is his athleticism. You just don't see guys his size be able to move like he does. Ale is strong at the point of attack and appears to have the feet to play on either side, but watching him live, we get the feeling he'll wind up as a better fit on offense where his aggressive nature allows him to be a mauler in the running game. He's still got a lot of technical work ahead of him, but boy is there a lot to like about this rising prospect. He currently holds two offers -- Utah and Colorado State -- and schools like Washington, Washington State, Oregon State, Oregon and Cal have all been after him as well.


#12: Bardue helped ease the pain of losing Jacob Eason to graduation by completing over 71% of his passes for 3,023 yards with 41 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions. He's got a quick release, an above-average arm and he showed outstanding leadership skills while leading his team to an 11-1 record. We'll see what level he winds up playing at, but with his skillset, he could fit at the FCS or lower FBS level pretty nicely. Up to this point, Eastern Washington, Montana, Montana State, Utah, Purdue and Washington State have all been in contact with him.


#11: Anderson is impressive on the hoof, posessing great size and athleticism. He's improved a lot since his sophomore season, like you'd expect, but he's still figuring out the nuances of playing receiver/tight end. In 10 games this season, Anderson hauled in 55 receptions for 713 yards and six scores, earning First Team All-League for his efforts. Idaho is the only school that's offered Anderson, but more schools, especially Oregon, Oregon State and Washington have also been in contact.

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