2016 Chips List

The Seattle Times' annual Chips List reveals the top 100 high-school football prospects in Washington state, as determined by reporter Doug Drowley with input from recruiting experts and high-school coaches. Use the searchable list below to meet our picks for 2016.

A blue-chip player is considered the cream of the recruiting crop — an athlete who could start and star at the Division I level in college. A red chipper is someone who could start in a major conference like the Pac-12. And the rest of our top prospects are white chippers.

Be sure to also check out our 2016 UW and WSU Recruiting Tracker.

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Reporting by Doug Drowley
Production by Nick Eaton and Audrey Carlsen
Photography by Sy Bean