Nine local football players highlighted by NW Prep Report

Northwest Prep Report named nine local players to its list of the top Northwest Football Prospects of 2014, including Mountlake Terrace’s Devante Downs, who has already received 10 scholarship offers from FBS schools.

Here’s a complete list of the top local recruits of the 2014 class according to NWPR: Nick White, RB/S, Jackson; Travante Robinson, WR/DB, Jackson; Austin Hall, RB, Kamiak; Deion Stell, WR/DB, Marysville Pilchuck; Jake Luton, QB, Marysville Pilchuck; Devante Downs, RB/LB, Mountlake Terrace; Dylan Donohue, OL/DL, Lakewood; Joey Alkhedairy, OL/DL, Meadowdale; Max Gray, WR/DB, Arlington.

For the complete list, click here.

Northwest Prep Report evaluates athletes from Oregon and Washington and is considered one of the top football recruiting sites in the region.

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