SBLive’s spring 2021 all-state Washington high school football team: Eastside Catholic’s 5-star JT Tuimoloau rises above the rest

Here is SBLive Washington’s all-state football team for the spring 2021 season — spanning all classifications and corners of the state — including individual awards.

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SBLive Power 25 Rankings: IMG Academy, Mater Dei finish 2020-2021 season as top-ranked high school football teams in the country

In our final national football rankings of the 2020-2021 school year, we’re taking into consideration every team that played a football season in 2020-2021 – including the 12 states and one district that played a shortened spring season.

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Washington Gov. Inslee will allow high school basketball and wrestling to continue, announces 2-week pause in phase movement

Talks of potential pauses to wrestling and basketball seasons can be tabled, as leagues statewide hold staggered, localized seasons without state playoffs. Counties will be re-evaluated in two weeks.

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Malakhi Knight, Washington’s top high school MLB Draft prospect, embracing long-awaited final season at Marysville-Getchell

Malakhi Knight, Washington state’s top-ranked high school baseball prospect, is projected to be an MLB Draft selection in early July — high enough, according to some projections, that his potential signing bonus could be in the seven figures.

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California high school stars Alijah Vera-Tucker, Jaelan Phillips and Najee Harris drafted in 1st round of 2021 NFL Draft

Offensive lineman Alijah Vera-Tucker was selected 14th overall by the New York Jets. He attended Bishop O’Dowd High School and then USC. Defensive lineman Jaelan Phillips was picked 18th overall by the Miami Dolphins. He’s a Redlands East Valley grad. Phillips went on to attend UCLA before transferring to Miami. Finally, running back Najee Harris was taken 24th overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers. He graduated from Antioch High School and then played college football at Alabama.

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Foster Sarell went from nation’s No. 1 offensive tackle to marginal NFL Draft prospect. What happened to arguably the Northwest’s best recruit ever?

The 6-foot-7, 315-pounder was on everybody’s All-American team out of high school, but Sarell found ‘turbulent times’ at Stanford.

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