Top Washington Prospects: 2012 Football

Posted By Dirk Knudsen On Monday, November 7th, 2011 With 0 Comments

This leave us the ability to communicate to the Collegiate Coaches who use our materials as to the overall talent pool that they need to be aware of and how they may wish to go about recruiting.  Depending on their needs we will list eash player by size and weight and any information we have and we will leave it up to them as to how they wish to review that material.  Kids grow, kids have break out seasons, and kids deserve an equal shot.  If there is an athlete that can play collegiate football we want them on our list.  The level is not important.

 

Therefore please submit to our Editor any athlete you wish to have considered for addition to the lists we maintain. EMAIL DIRK KNUDSEN NOW!

Final Thought:  These lists are being Distributed At No Charge to a Growing List of Schools as a service to the kids of the Pacific Northwest.  There is no fee, no hidden agenda, and no recruiting street agents involved in this.  This is between our staff of dedicated writers, the kids, and the schools.  This is about the athletes and nothing more.  Without them we would have no game and no amateur sports and this is our thanks for the hard work they all put in.

Without Further Introduction Here is our List for 2011: Updated 9/1/2011

It is not our goal here at WashingtonPreps.com to sit upon high and prognosticate that one kid is better then another.  Some people need order in the world and others like the fact that anything can happen.  We believe in the kids.  Plain and simple.  Are there top players?  Yes there are.  But beyond a handful of kids that one can reasonably break down there is no order we will be bold enough to say can be made.  We will stay to a policy of naming 5-10 kids in a list with a pool of others who we feel are equally talented.

This leave us the ability to communicate to the Collegiate Coaches who use our materials as to the overall talent pool that they need to be aware of and how they may wish to go about recruiting.  Depending on their needs we will list eash player by size and weight and any information we have and we will leave it up to them as to how they wish to review that material.  Kids grow, kids have break out seasons, and kids deserve an equal shot.  If there is an athlete that can play collegiate football we want them on our list.  The level is not important.

Therefore please submit to our Editor any athlete you wish to have considered for addition to the lists we maintain. EMAIL DIRK KNUDSEN NOW!

Final Thought:  These lists are being Distributed At No Charge to a Growing List of Schools as a service to the kids of the Pacific Northwest.  There is no fee, no hidden agenda, and no recruiting street agents involved in this.  This is between our staff of dedicated writers, the kids, and the schools.  This is about the athletes and nothing more.  Without them we would have no game and no amateur sports and this is our thanks for the hard work they all put in.

Without Further Introduction Here is our List for 2011;  If your not on this list or we omitted anyone this is being revised daily.  Do not take it personally as this is an almost imossible job!  This is without a doubt the most comprehensive list in the Region and we spent weeks preparing it.  These guys can all play football at the next level  and that is not a matter of speculation


Running Backs; Class of 2012:

Tail Backs, Full Backs, Slot Backs:

Ranked as # or no rating is specific; All Others Collegiate Talent

 
Rank Name and Info
1 Keivarae Russell, Mariner, 6’0, 190 **
2 Chevy Walker, 6’0″, 180 Pounds.  East Side Catholic**
3 Levonte Littlejohn, Lakes, 5’11, 195
4 D.J. May, Federal Way, 5’11, 190
5 Parker Henry, Skyview, 5’11, 190
Jordan Downing, Chiawana, 6’0, 190
Jomari Brooks, O’Dea, 5’10, 190
   AJ Anderson, 5’11”, 195 Pounds, Union
Ryan Lewis, Eastlake, 6’0″, 180 Pounds
Brandon Brody-Heim, 5’11”, 200 Pounds, Union, 
Trevon Harris, Eisenhower, 5’9″, 175 Pounds
Visa Thach, Kentwood, 5’10, 235
Isaac Anderson, Prosser 5’7″, 158 pounds
Zach Marshall, Camas,  5’10, 185
Latrelle Dukes, Bellevue, 5’11, 215  (Off Team as of Now)
Stephon Vaifale, Kentlake, 5’10”, 185
Anthony Parks, Timberline, 6′,173 Pounds
Trai Parker, Jackson, 5’10, 200
Quinton Sison, Timberline, 5’11, 175 (injured)
Seymour Ottorbach, Bothell, 5’9″ 190
**multi offers  * offers

 

 

 


Linemen Class of 2012:  Offense;

Ranked as # or no rating is specific; All Others Collegiate Talent

Top Linemen 2012
Name School Height Weight
1) Zach Banner** Lakes 6’9″ 318
2) Joshua Garnett** Puyallup 6’5″ 280
3) Walker Williams** Tacoma Baptist 6’7″ 320
4) Nathan Dean** Juanita 6’5″ 280
5) Jake Eldrenkamp** Bellevue 6’5″ 295
6) Sam Flor** O’Dea 6’5″ 285
7)  Josh Mitchell** Mt Si 6’3″ 280
8) Cory English** Auburn 6’3″ 290
9) BJ Salmonson* Nooksack Valley 6’5″ 280
10) Cody Fulleton* O’Dea 6’3″ 268
11) Jordan Wernet* Decatur 6’4″ 280
12) Michael Kneip* Bellevue 6’4″ 300
13) Scott Rose White River 6’4″ 290
14) Hobie Sisk Juanita 6’4″ 257
15) Uso Olive Federal Way 6’1/2″ 300
16) Mitch Marboe Wenatchee 6’2″ 280
17) Dylan Bratlie Skyview 6’5″ 280
Taylor Witman Lynden HS 6’3″ 260
Quincey Davison Kentwood 6′
Kepa Hughes Eastlake 6′ 239
Timothy Ah-hee Lincoln 6’3″ 270
Jefferson Aumua Thomas Jefferson 6’2.5″ 337
Thomas Raught Lakewood 6’3″ 250
Josh Stolz Mountain View 6’1/2″ 245
Matt Smith Union 6’4″ 265
Martin Martinez Mariner 6’3″ 310
O’Ryan Ethington Lakes 6’2″ 240
Hector Ruiz Mariner 6’2″ 300
Daryl Trotter Ranier Beach 6’3″ 330
Willy Mack Auburn Mountain View 6’1″ 238
Brayden Burbee Lakewood High School 6’2″ 268
** = Multi-Offer   *=Offer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Linemen Class of 2012:  Defense; 

Ranked as # or no rating is specific; All Others Collegiate Talent

Top Defensive Linemen; Class of 2012
Name School Height Weight
1) Uso Olive* Federal Way 6’1/2″ 300
2) Cody Fulleton* O’Dea 6’2″ 268
3)  Sawyer Whalen* Woodinville 6’4″ 220
4)  Zaheer Webb* Lakes 6’3″ 310
5)  Matt Nilson Juanita 6’5″ 250
6)  Hobie Sisk Juanita 6’4″ 257
7)  Ryan Johnson Mountain View 6’2 1/2″ 229
Rokotaliai Gucake Kings 6’3″ 245
Barrett Weston Tahoma 6’4″ 250
Drew Sharkey Ferris 6’3″ 250
Timothy Ah-Hee Lincoln 6’3″ 270
Quincey Davison Kentwood 6’3″ 315
Jefferson Aumua Jefferson 6’3″ 335
David Johnson Lakes 6’3″ 240
Kepa Hughes Eastlake 6′ 238
Taylor Wittman Lynden 6’3″ 260
Logan Dieterich Bainbridge Island 6’3″ 283
Dexter Glover Interlake 6’3″ 235
Kamari Brown Camas 6’2″ 200
Linwood Kirkland Foss 6’2″ 320
Colton Niblick Jackson 6’3″ 265
Quincy Gray Lincoln 6’3″ 300
Andrew Stoneberg Woodinville 6’3″ 265
Brandon Siliga Decatur 6’4″ 285
Willie Mack Auburn Mountain View 6’1″ 237
Charles McRae Davis 6’2″ 245
Zach Cowan Kentlake 6’1″ 220

 

Linemen Class of 2013: Rankings and Prospect List in One Week


 Quarterbacks; 2012

Ranked as # or no rating is specific; All Others Collegiate Talent

 
Name School Height Weight
1:  Jeff Lindquist ** Mercer Island 6’3″ 225
2:  Kieran McDonagh* Skyview 6’2″ 218
3:  Jason Thompson** Kennedy 6’3″ 200
4:  Caleb Saulo ** Kentlake 6’3″ 218
5:  Kaben Humphrey Butler* Union
Anthony Berg Kamiak
Austin Dahl Bothell 6’1″ 183
Justin Hordyk Bethel
Drew Austin Graham-Kapowsin
Ty Saathoff Curtis
David Wood Lakes HS 6’1/2″ 202
Brett Arrivey Woodinville 6’2″ 209
Tyler Stumph Stadium 6’3″ 200
Scott Snyder Rogers 6’1″ 198
Jake Nelson Lake Stevens 6’2″ 195
Blake Mcpherson Arlington 6’1″ 183
Ethan Kalen Issaquah
Gaven Deyarmin Central Valley HS 6’1″ 190
Jordan West Liberty 6’4″ 190
** indicates Multi offers *= Offer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quarterbacks 2013

Ranked as # or no rating is specific; All Others Collegiate Talent

Name School Height Weight
1) Max Browne** Skyline 6’5″ 200
2) Kolney Cassel Eisenhower 6’2″ 195
3 Isaac Dotson  Newport 6’2″ 210
*Indicates Offers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Linebackers 2012; Ranked as # shows; all others are collegiate talent

Rank Name and Info
1 Caleb Saulo, Kentlake, 6’2, 225 **
2 Jordan Pulu, Federal Way, , 6’1, 235** WSU Commit
3 Sawyer Powell, Richland, 6’1, 205**   BYU Commit
4 Dustin Stanton, Lakewood, 6’6″, 210** OSU Commit
Brandon Brody-Heim, Union, 6’0, 210
Joshua Shreffler, Cascade Christian, 6’3″, 190
Jordan Downing, Chiawana HS, 6’0″, 210
Anthony Segi, Rainier Beach, 6’0, 245
Sam Shober, Archbishop Murphy, 6’3, 220
Kurtis Karstetter, Ferris, 6’2, 205
Visa Thach, Kentwood, 5’9″, 235
Christian Melton, Lakewood, 5’10”, 220
Lucas Revelle, Arlington, 6’3″, 200
Brandon Lukenbill, Emerald Ridge, 6’1″, 205
Austin Rickert, Issaquah, 6’3, 220
Curtis Taylor, O’dea, 6’2″, 215
Jeff Seid, Kentridge, 6’0″, 200
David Johnson, Lakes, 6’3″, 240 pounds
Darius Antalan, Capital, 6’1″, 200
Winslow Kouassi, Lakes, 6’2″, 210
Curtis Havili, Decatur, 6’0″, 185
Kyler Larson, Meadowdale, 6’3″, 200
Nate Vee, West Seattle, 5’10”, 220
Alex Jacot, Central Valley, 6’0″, 185
Austin Smedsrud, Glacier Peak, 5’11”, 190
Conner Kruse, ABM, 6’0″, 190
Quinton Parker, Lakes, 6’2″, 190
Eddie Scapine, Mt Tahoma, 6’2″, 200
Kaden Del Torro, Curtis, 5’10”, 185
** = Multi Offer * = Offer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Wide Receivers 2012; Ranked as # shows; all others are collegiate talent

Rank Name and Information
1 Michael Rector, Bellermine Prep, 6’1″, 180 **  U of W
2 Trent Sewell, Bothell, 6’1″, 205, **
3 David Fontenette, Bethel, 6’3″, 228**
4 Dustin Stanton, Lakewood, 6’6″, 210**  OSU Commit
Nicky Sinclair, Mercy Island, 6’3″, 200
David Trimble JR, AC Davis, 6’3″, 180
Connor Black, Wenatchee, 6’3″, 185
Parker Mays, Seattle Prep, 6’2″, 197
Cooper Kupp, AC Davis, 6’0″, 180
Mason Gregory, Skyline, 6’5″, 205
Gabe Guiterrez, Foster, 6’2″, 190
Nick Fuller, Woodland, 6’2″, 205
Kris Durr, Emerald Ridge, 6’2.5″, 180
Kent McKinney, O’Dea, 6’1.5″, 170
Nic Wisor, Puyallup, 6’5″, 200
Dom Holub, Puyallup, 5’10”, 175
Austin Pernell, Kentlake, 5’10”, 180
Keylin Huddleston, Rogers, 6’6″, 215
Cole Lemer, Ferris, 6’2″, 190
Nate Mitchell, Heritage, 6’5″, 195
Austin Johnson, Kalama, 6’1.5″, 175
Parker Scott, Mercer Island, 5’11”, 175
Eric Stefanchik,  Mercer Island, 5’11”, 175

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Tight Ends 2012; Ranked as # shows; all others are collegiate talent

 

Rank Name and info
1 Caleb Smith, Kentridge, 6’7″, 250 **   OSU
2 Andrew Price, Blaine, 6’6″, 240. **
3 Dustin Stanton, Lakewood, 6’6″, 215 **   OSU
4 David Fontenette, Bethel, 6’2.5″, 230 **
5 Eric Lemke, Issaquah, 6’4″, 240 *
Barrett Weston, Tahoma, 6’4″, 245
Matt Uhlar, Eastlake, 6’4″, 220
Dexter Glover, Interlake, 6’2.5″, 225
Beau Brummel, Arlington, 6’3″, 215
Nate Trotter, Adna, 6’5″, 220
Zach Wemberly, Tumwater, 6’3″, 225
Keylin Huddleston, Rogers, 6’6″, 220
** Multi Offer * Offer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Defensive Backs 2012; Ranked as # shows; all others are collegiate talent

 

Rank Name and Info
1 Cedric Dozier, Lakes, 5’11”, 180 **
2 Jayshawn Jordan, O’Dea,  5’10”, 170
3 Jason Thompson,  JF Kennedy, 6’2″, 210, **  Washington
4 Ma’ne Manaea, Lakes, 5’11”, 182,  **
5 Matt Hadley, Connell 6′, 205, **   BYU
6 Tyler Hasty, Bellevue, 5’11”, 185,  **
Charles Hall Jr., Lakes, 5’9″, 192
Andre Frank, Emerald Ridge,  6’3″, 185
Miquiyah Zamora, Chiawana, 6’1″, 200
Chevy Walker, Eastside Catholic, 5’10”, 175**
Brandon Brody-Heim, Union, 5’10”, 205
Joey Moore, Bellevue, 6’0″, 191
Austin Pernell, Kentlake, 5’10”, 175
David Trimble, AC Davis, 6’2″, 180
Damien Green, Skyline, 5’10”, 175
Tanner Nelson, Union, 6’2″, 190
AJ Anderson, Union, 5’11”, 185
JJ Njoku, Lakes, 5’9″, 187
Jake Zylstra, Kentridge, 6’2″, 180
Ronde Pate, Mt Tahoma, 6′, 178
Malik Barnes, Ingraham, 6’4″, 195
Matt Gilbert, Bellevue, 6’2″, 170
Beau Glover, Gig Harbor, 5’9″, 150
Cedric Turner, Lakes
Julius Colwash, Lincoln, 5’8″, 150
DeAndre Hardy, Mt Ranier
Wes Bailey, Mead, 5’11”, 170
John Payne, Camas, 5’8″, 160
Richard Johnson, Lincoln, 5’9″, 175
David Garlington, 6’0″, 180
Tory James, Monroe, 6’2″, 195
** Multi Offer, * Offer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kickers; Ranked as # shows; all others are collegiate talent

Rank Name and Info
1 Korey Durkee, Gig Harbor, 6’4″, 205**  Washington
David Stoecker, Tahoma, 6′ 165
Danny Omiliak, Eastside Catholic, 6′, 180
David Linney, Glacier Peak, 5’11”, 170
John Kilburg, Eastlake, 5’11”, 180

 


Top Athlete 2012; Ranked as # shows; all others are collegiate talent

Here is a watch list of Athlete’s; these are guys that are already placed on our lists but that are so exceptional both sides of the ball they warrant attention as athletes who colleges would want to recruit regardless of position

Name / School info
Cedric Dozier, Lakes What can you say, the Army All American just does it all.  He can play 5 posiitons and still not break a sweat.  X Factor kid with unlimited upside
Josh Garnett, Puyallup Beast on either side of the Ball.  Also an All American.  Will be an O’Linemen but could switch to the other side and start for almost anyone in the country.
Keivarae Russell, Mariner While most people are watching this All American as a top RB those really watching see the potential for a great looking Safety / DB and certainly an explosive kick return man
Chevelle Walker, Eastside Catholid Chevy you recruit as a pure athlete.  He is rangy, long, fast, has great hands and great instincts.  Bottom line is he will be an impact player either side
Levonte Littlejohn, Lakes Again a great example of a kid that can run the rock so well in HS that he is not going to get his props for other things but he does them all very well!
DJ May, Federal Way 4.4 legit burner that can do it all.  RB or DB or Special Teams.
Caleb Saulo,  Kentlake Caleb is a pure athlete.  He could be a QB, WR, Slot, OLB, Safety.  Versatility is his name.
Cody Fulleton, O’Dea Two way Mauler surprised everyone at EWU by laying down stacks of Pancakes as a Guard when he is known as a power on the DL.  Look out for this guy!
Josh MItchell, Mt Si A two way linemen stud who is growing and is flat out legit.  Many see him as a DL All Pac 12 guy but the Beavers got themselves what they think is a prize interior OL.
Brandon Brody-Heim, Union This guy is a freak show and can also play several posiitons.  Watch for a two way All League or All State selection for him.
Jason Thompson, Kennedy Can not deny this kids amazing talents.  It is his toughness that impresses the most but what a great frame.  A college coach does not need to know where to put him because he can do it all.
Kaben Humphrey Butler, Union KHB is a two way threat.  A fine QB that has collegiate offers but what a great skill set for the defensive secondary or if he grows OLB.  He too can play many positions well.
Matt Hadley, Connell This guy is amazing.  He could play linemen if he wanted but no doubt he could end up on either side of the ball at BYU
Sawyer Powell, Richland Powell’s 125 SPARQ rating tells us he can have his way with people on the field and he proved that already.  When he ends up at BYU he could do any number of things.
Kieran McDonagh, Skyview Fantastic QB who has the size and skill to play Linebacker as well.  Will be a QB but can do both.
Jordan Downing, Chiawana Downing is a legit athlete with skills and size to offer help either side of the ball to some lucky program.
David Fontennette, Bethel Here is a kid that is so fast for a thick kid.  He plays WR, TE, DE, LB.  And he is so smooth and fun to watch.  What a catch he could be.
Dustin Stanton, Lakewood AT 6’6″, and 210 he is all lean muscle and man can he fly.  No doubt he will project best as a H Back but could be a OLB or DB and a TE as he weighs up!
Andrew Price, Blaine Andrew is 6’6″, 240 now and looks lean.  That is a good sign and his sub 5.0 40 tells us that TE, DE, OT are all likely outcomes.
Eric Lemke, 6’4″, 240 Eric is growing and can certainly be a TE or a DE and if time fills him out to 270 or so he could be one of the most mobile guards at the collegiate level
Ma’ne Manaea, Lakes Stud.  Name your position.
Charles Hall Jr., Lakes Oh boy this would be an athlete to have in any portion of the field.  It will take a few games to get his name out a bit more but this two way stud is for real.
Uso Olive, Federal Way Either side of the ball be will not be stopped.
Hobie Sisk, Juanita An under the radar guy.  If you need a player he is it.
More of our preview of two way stars is coming.  If your name or your players name is not on here vote them on and call us at 503-799-8383; Dirk Knudsen Editor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Class of 2012 – WashingtonPreps.com Top 60 Prospects
Athlete and School City
POS/HT/WT
#1 Joshua Garnett 
Puyallup HS
Puyallup, WA
OT/6-5/275
#2 Zach Banner 
Lakes HS
Lakewood, WA
OL/6-9/310
#3 Keivarae Russell 
Mariner HS
Everett, WA
RB/6-0/170
#4 Cedric Dozier 
Lakes HS
Lakewood, WA
ATH/5-11/175
#5 Jeff Lindquist
Mercer Island
Mercer Island , WA
QB/6-3/225
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Class of 2012 – WashingtonPreps.com Top 60 Prospects
Athlete and School City
POS/HT/WT
#1 Joshua Garnett 
Puyallup HS
Puyallup, WA
OT/6-5/275
#2 Zach Banner 
Lakes HS
Lakewood, WA
OL/6-9/310
#3 Keivarae Russell 
Mariner HS
Everett, WA
RB/6-0/170
#4 Cedric Dozier 
Lakes HS
Lakewood, WA
ATH/5-11/175
#5 Jeff Lindquist
Mercer Island
Mercer Island , WA
QB/6-3/225
Find the rest of the names here: (WashingtonPreps Top 60)

 

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