Washington Top 30
has one of the premier two-way prospects in the country at the top of the list.
Bellevue (Wash.) safety
Budda Baker, who can play on either side of the ball, is the top prospect in
Washington in 2014.
He's one of five Wolverines, the five-time defending 3A state champions, in
the top 15, with defensive tackle Marcus Griffin, a Washington State commit at
No. 3, offensive guard Morgan Richey at No. 10, Oregon State commit Shane Bowman, a defensive end ranked No. 12 and Harvard commit Tim Haehl, a two-way
prospect himself, at No. 15.
Behind Baker is Fife (Wash.) four-star offensive lineman Kaleb McGary.
Stanford verbal Isaiah Brandt-Sims from Wenatchee, a speedy running back, is
ranked fourth and Redmond (Wash.) Eastlake safety Drew Lewis, a commit to
home-state Washington, rounds out the top five.