Class of 2011 Washington Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Brandon Huffman
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Austin Seferian-JenkinsGig Harbor (Wash.) Gig HarborWashington
TE | 6-6/250
Arguably top tight end in the country; has complete package of size, speed, hands and toughness
2. Kasen WilliamsSammamish (Wash.) Skyline 
WR | 6-3/215
Top receiver in the country; if he can get a hand on the ball, it’s his; Dad played WR at Washington
3. Bishop SankeySpokane (Wash.) Gonzaga Prep Washington State
RB | 5-11/190
Complete back that has size and durability to dominate games; deceptively fast
4. Charlie HopkinsSpokane (Wash.) Gonzaga Prep Stanford
DE | 6-6/240
Two-sport star that uses his size and athleticism to overpower opponents
5. Taniela TupouEverett (Wash.) Archbishop MurphyWashington
DE | 6-2.5/260
Physical DL that uses his natural strength and technique to overwhelm those in his way
6. Danny SheltonAuburn (Wash.) Auburn 
DT | 6-3/286
Top two-way OL/DL in the state; explosive and quick for his size
7. Jamaal JonesGraham (Wash.) Graham KapowsinWashington
WR | 6-2/180
Can take it to the house at any time; shoulder injury means no senior year
8. Ellis HendersonVancouver (Wash.) Skyview 
CB | 6-0/170
Smooth demeanor and style; deceptively fast, tough and productive
9. Rahmel DockeryUniversity Place (Wash.) Curtis 
CB | 5-9.5/164
Difference-maker in all three phases of the game; productive as well
10. Jarett FinauKirkland (Wash.) JuanitaWashington
TE | 6-3.5/232
Really emerged as an athletic end in the past six months
11. Connor CreeSammamish (Wash.) SkylineWashington
DE | 6-4.5/220
Strong, rangy presence off the end who plays with a relentless streak
12. Jake BaintonRenton (Wash.) Liberty 
OLB | 6-3.5/229
Depending on grades, he could be a steal for a Pac-10 school late
13. Dexter CharlesStanwood (Wash.) StanwoodWashington
OT | 6-5/270
One of a handful of very athletic big men in western Washington
14. Max HerseyUniversity Place (Wash.) CurtisWashington State
MLB | 6-2.5/233
So versatile he could play any one of five or six spots in college for the Cougars
15. Julius TevagaEverett (Wash.) Archbishop Murphy  
DT | 6-2/305
Tough interior lineman part of a 1-2 punch with Tupou at ATM
16. Justin LaneLakewood (Wash.) Lakewood 
QB | 6-2/195
Known for his accuracy, especially on his deep throws; heady and smart
17. Tana PritchardLakewood (Wash.) Clover Park  
OLB | 6-4/203
Athletic signal-caller who has size and escapability
18. Cameron McKernanKent (Wash.) Kentridge 
WR | 5-10/204
Thick ball-carrier who is deceptively fast and tough
19. Joe FarmerSnoqualmie (Wash.) Mt. Si  
TE | 6-5/225
Very versatile athlete with great hands and work ethic
20. Thomas GomezGraham (Wash.) Graham Kapowsin  
OG | 6-3/275
Underrated interior lineman that just paves the way, play after play
21. Kendrick Van AckerenBellevue (Wash.) Bellevue  
S | 6-1/189
Could be a great QB in a spread system or a devastating safety
22. Joe DahlSpokane (Wash.) University  
DE | 6-4/240
Exceptional athlete who should end up playing with his hand down in college
23. Trey WheelerRenton (Wash.) Liberty 
QB | 6-1/195
Heady QB known for his ability to lead and win
24. Chandler JenkinsRenton (Wash.) Liberty 
RB | 5-11/180
Versatile offensive threat; is equally dangerous catching the ball
25. Marcus HenryBellevue (Wash.) BellevueBoise State
OG | 6-3/275
Very strong lineman with a penchant for pancakes
Last updated: 8/18/10