2020 Chips List

Published January 29, 2021 | Updated January 31, 2021

The Seattle Times' annual Chips List reveals the top football prospects in Washington state, as determined by High School Sports Coordinator Nathan Joyce with input from recruiting experts. Use the searchable list below to meet our picks for 2021.

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 2021 UW and WSU Recruiting Tracker.

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CORRECTION: Damoni Nelson of Federal Way was inadvertently included in a previous version of this list. Nelson died in October.
Reporting by Nathan Joyce
Heights and weights courtesy of 247Sports.com.