Kline very interested in the Dawgs

One of the top defensive players in the state of Washington this year is Eisenhower (Yakima) LB Seth Kline and he's getting plenty of recruiting attention. This past Saturday, Kline and his parents headed to Montlake to take in Washington's Junior Day and he came away impressed even though he didn't receive an offer...

"Man it was a great visit," Kline told Dawgman.com. "I got to meet coach (Steve) Sarkisian and I talked a lot with coach (Mike) Cox.

"Coach Cox said he really liked me a lot and that he is going to be recruiting me and that he wants to watch me during camps and stuff like that."

Seeing as it was such a long drive, was Kline disappointed he wasn't offered.

"Honestly I wasn't surprised I didn't get an offer," Kline said. "Of course I was hoping for one, but I didn't expect one because I know they are still evaluating guys.

"Coach Cox was real honest with me and he said I'm someone they like a lot and that I just need to be patient and I've got no problem with that."

Kline is a player who can play almost any one of the three linebacker positions at the next level, but he said he's more of an outside player.

"I can run and I think I figure out plays well," Kline said. "I mean, I can play anywhere someone wants me to play, but I like to be inside and to make plays from there.

"It's easier to read things from that spot, but honestly I just want to play."

Kline said Boise State and Washington are the two schools recruiting him the hardest, but he said Washington State, Oregon State and Oregon are schools he's interested in hearing from as well.

The talented linebacker also mentioned that he plans to attend some spring practices for various schools in the region and that he plans to go to some camps as well, although those have not been scheduled at this point.

We'll have more from Kline in the near future as the spring evaluation period gets underway.

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