Northwest Hot 100 final rankings are out

SEATTLE - The Scout.com Northwest Hot 100 can now be put to bed for the class of 2008. Spanning five states and one province, there are 27 schools represented, from BCS conferences all the way down to NAIA Division-1. The top-20 didn't change much, but there was a new entry into the top-25, and the Oregon State Beavers had the two biggest risers in the group.
February 8, 2008

Northwest re-rankings are out

SEATTLE - The re-rankings for the Northwest are out! And there wasn't too much movement at the top. U.S. Army All-American Kavario Middleton - from Lakes High School in Lakewood, Wash. - is still Scout.com's number-one player in the region.
October 23, 2007

ScoutTV: Kentridge C Le'Roi Edwards

Kent (Wash.) Kentridge offensive lineman Le'Roi Edwards is the anchor of the Chargers offensive line and he's seen here in action during the Chargers win over Kentlake...
October 17, 2007

Photo Gallery: Kentridge C Le'Roi Edwards

Kent (Wash.) Kentridge center Le'Roi Edwards paced the Chargers offensive and defensive line in their 14-6 win over Inglemoor (Wash.) in the Emerald City Kickoff Classic. Here is a photo gallery of Edwards from Qwest Field...
September 6, 2007

Friday Night Lights: Prospect Analysis

Some of the state's top high school football prospects were on display this past weekend and Dawgman.com was present to watch several games including the top matchup of week one – Skyline and Bellevue. Read on to see our thoughts on the top prospects we saw and some new ones that will be on the radar in the coming years...
September 3, 2007

Ron Siegel's Pre-Season All-State team

SEATTLE - As he's done the past few years, Ron Siegel - the man 'who knows where they are' - has given Scout.com permission to release his 2007 Pre-Season All-State Senior team. Also included are more 'Seniors to Watch', as well as something new - the 2007 Pre-Season All-State Junior team.
August 21, 2007

How good is '08 grid crop in Evergreen State?

FOR FANS OF football's recruiting game, the notion of the athletic kid down the block playing for your alma mater is like a siren call. If a prospect's telephone prefix is 206, 360 or 509, the faithful turbo-charge his stock. But objectively speaking, how does the new crop of in-staters shape up? For answers, we turned to two Pac-10 coaches with a combined 33 years recruiting the Evergreen State.
June 14, 2007