Offensive Line
Benjamin Johnson
To attend a four year university and play college football. I play anywhere on the offensive line. I want to be an account a accountant.
Stephen C. Boyd Jr.
In my I want to play division 1 football and also be a mechanical or electrical engineer
jacobey brossie
I want to be a successful young men on and off the football field.I want to start young and influence other teens by my dedication to the game I love football
Elijah Wilson Johnson
I wish to play at the D1 level. If I am not able to play D1 and just as willing to play at another level of college football. My heart and determination are second to none and that will carry to the collegiate level.
Jayce Anthony Smalley
It's my mission to continue my career on the field at the next level and to be the best student athlete out there. I am committed to succeeding on the field and in the classroom . Please check out my current highlights at Thank you
James Ramacca
To continue to excel on and off the field. To continue to make my coaches and parents proud. To continue to be an asset to my team. To give 110 every moment on the field. A D1 school is my dream. I have been lucky enough to play in several All American games as well as the International Bowl.
Ryan Caver
My future goals are to play football; graduate from high school with a 4.0 GPA or higher; attend college; and graduate from college.
Cameron Williams
To Play Division 1 football and earn my degree.
Michael Saffell
To play D-1 football at a school where football really matters. I would like to play at a school where the community uses its football team as a source and symbol of their civic pride. I want to be part of something that big and that special while going to college.
Maxwell Nauer
I plan to major in business and get to the NFL. You should recruit me because i work hard, im coachable, i have a non stop motor, i never quit. I have earned 1st Team All-state OL/DL, 1st Team All-League OL/DL, Offensive Lineman Of The Year, 1st Team All-Area DL and 1st Team All-Western Washington.
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