Rasmussen Getting Comfortable

Josh Rasmussen

The Lake Stevens (Wash.) receiver, Josh Rasmussen, is getting immersed in his new school...

Lake Stevens (Wash.) receiver Josh Rasmussen (6-0, 180), is getting more and more comfortable at his new school.

Having moved to Washington from Boise when his father, Washington director of player personnel Rich Rasmussen, moved with Chris Petersen from Boise State, Rasmussen ended up at Lake Stevens.

Teaming with four-star quarterback Jacob Eason, Rasmussen is poised for a big season and has had the chance to catch in front of a slew of coaches this spring.

"It's been great here and I'm really enjoying it," said Rasmussen. "I feel good and feel a lot better."

Rasmussen was at the Pylon Elite 7v7 in Las Vegas in March and this weekend he'll be in Oakland at the NFTC and catching passes at the Elite 11.

"There is going to be a lot more competition so I'll get to see how I stack up," said Rasmussen. "And I think I've developed my game a lot more."

Most of Rasmussen's attention is coming from the Big Sky from Montana, Montana State and Portland State.

"Schools are coming by and we should have more this season too," said Rasmussen.

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