Justin Lane felt like time was running out, so he jumped on his opportunity to play college football. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound quarterback prospect from Lakewood, Wash., verbally committed to Illinois State Tuesday over interest from UW, WSU and EWU. For, Lane, there are plenty of in-state ties on the Redbirds' coaching staff, starting with his future position coach.
September 21, 2010
For 33 years, Ron Siegel has been putting out All-State teams for the state of Washington, and the self-professed 'Man who knows where they are' has a knack for putting together a comprehensive list of the top seniors and juniors in the Evergreen State. Onto the list!
August 13, 2010
It's been a whirlwind two weeks for Justin Lane, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound quarterback prospect from Lakewood, Wash., and he may not be quite done with all of it. He spoke with Scout.com Monday night to tell us about his trips, as well as the one unofficial visit he still may take before putting the recruiting process on the shelf for a bit while he takes care of his senior season.
June 29, 2010
SEATTLE - As with all multi-day college football camps, players come and go - so it's always a revolving door as to finding those that just showed up and realizing there are other players you wanted to see that are gone. Such is the life when you are trying to identify and scout prospects at Washington's Rising Stars camp, but patience definitely gets rewarded.
June 24, 2010
SEATTLE - Skyline High School won both the Friday night and Saturday afternoon sessions of the Washington 7-on-7 Passing League, as sophomore-to-be QB Max Browne combined for eight touchdowns in both title games - half of them to 2011 top receiving target Kasen Williams.
June 19, 2010
The first ever Northwest Elite Football Camp, held last summer at Starfire in Tukwila, Wash., was such an unqualified success that its founder - former Washington State quarterback Jason Gesser - knew he had to do it again. With over 225 registered participants for 2010, the second NW Elite Football Camp looks to be even better.
June 9, 2010
SEATTLE - No offense to Rebecca Stevenson, but Steve Sarkisian might be doing his own meteorology from now on. Washington's Head Football Coach took a look at Thursday's forecast and decided to hold UW's fifth spring practice inside. Then he started looking outside. Apparently word is that he'll be carrying a barometer in his back pocket for the rest of spring.
April 8, 2010