Local football players to sign with college programs

Listed below are local prep football players who plan to sign their National Letter of Intent this week to play at an NCAA Division I or Division II program, according to their high school coach.

Wednesday is National Signing Day for football, marking the beginning of the sport’s regular signing period. The period runs through April 1 for Division I schools and Aug. 1 for Division II schools.

Glacier Peak standout Ma’ake Fifita signed with Washington State during football’s Dec. 19-21 early signing period. Fifita was the only known local football player to sign during the early period.


Evan Mannes (Glacier Peak) — Central Washington

Kian Abdalkhani (Glacier Peak) — Central Washington

Mejinta Adams (Marysville Getchell) — Central Washington

Jaro Rouse (Shorewood) – Central Washington

Alex Maxwell (Meadowdale) — Southwest Minnesota State

Nate Hebert (Meadowdale) — Simon Fraser

David Eisenkraft (Everett) — Simon Fraser

Keegan Tandy (Jackson) – South Dakota Mines

Talk to us

More in Sports

UW coach says postponing football season was ‘right decision’

Jimmy Lake says he believes the other Power 5 conferences will soon follow the Pac-12 and Big Ten.

Seahawks notebook: Reed, Ford leave practice early

The defensive tackles both appear to suffer leg injuries during Friday’s workout.

Mariners give up 9 runs in 1st, fall to Astros

Seattle’s bullpen stuggles after a late scratch to starter Yusei Kikuchi and the Astros win 11-1.

Storm rout Wings for 7th straight win

Breanna Stewart scores 21 points as Seattle cruises to a 83-65 victory.

‘Let Russ Cook?’ Seahawks QB would be fine with that

Like many fans, Russell Wilson would love it if Seattle opened up its offense more early in games.

Community sports roundup: Perkins wins ARCA race in Monroe

Plus, Miranda Granger’s fight is called off, a local track athlete is headed to EWU and more.

Emerald Sound Conference opts to start play during Season 2

The 14-team league will make its debut in Season 2 with basketball and wrestling.

Storm rout Dream for 6th straight win

Jewell Loyd and Sami Whitcomb star as streaking Seattle rolls to a 100-63 victory.

Moore turning into ‘absolute stud’ for Mariners

The utilityman is off to a hot start after adjusting his approach and adding muscle in the offseason.

Most Read