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Early National Signing Day 2023: Where Washington's top 2024 football prospects signed (live updates)

Division I football prospects from across the state are set to make their decisions official throughout the day

Say hello to Early National Signing Day 2023.

SBLive will keep this page updated with all of the football signees from around the state. If we’re missing someone or you want to submit a photo or video, please tag us on social.

The list is organized in alphabetical order:

Jah-Jah Abdullah, Mount Tahoma, linebacker

College: Portland State

Important piece to Mount Tahoma football's rebuild is taking a trip down Interstate-5 to play for Portland State.

Isendre Ahfua, O'Dea, offensive lineman

College: Texas A&M

One of the top offensive lineman prospects in the state is off to play some SEC ball at Texas A&M.

Cale Allen, Olympia, linebacker

College: Idaho

Vandals did their homework recruiting across state lines, locking up Allen from Olympia.

Gavin Allen, Southridge, tight end

College: Eastern Washington

Big body and pass-catching target for the Suns is staying in his home state after signing with Eastern Washington.

Colin Amick, Skyline, offensive lineman

College: Idaho

Another Skyline offensive lineman headed to Missoula where he'll be joined by teammate Trevor Steinbach.

Arthur Ban, Evergreen, tight end

College: San Diego State

Dynamic player from down south is off to some sunshine in San Diego to play for the Aztecs.

Holden Bea, Washougal, quarterback

College: Idaho

After putting up video game numbers at times for the Panthers, Bea is crossing state lines and going to Idaho.

Ryan Bowles, Woodinville, linebacker

College: Montana State

Played both ways for the Falcons, but Bowles will keep his talents on the defensive side at Montana State.

Jason Brown Jr., O'Dea, running back

College: Arizona State

Took his time making his final decision, but state's top running back is going to Tempe to join the Sun Devils.

EJ Caminong, Garfield, quarterback

College: California

Caminong put an official stamp on things with Cal after committing back in June.

Rahshawn Clark, Garfield, defensive back

College: Arizona

Was a longtime commitment to California, but Clark flipped to the Wildcats and put pen to paper this morning.

Fox Crader, Evergreen, offensive lineman

College: Oregon

Huge presence up front for Evergreen looks to be that same thing for the Ducks in college.

Tyce Donovan, White River, defensive back

College: Eastern Washington

First-team all league in 2A SPSL this season, Donovan is joining the flock of in-state recruits going to Eastern Washington.

Darrell Gipson, Timberline, linebacker

College: Idaho State

A standout for the Blazers on defense, Gipson is joining Idaho State and the Big Sky Conference.

Josiah Goode, Puyallup, defensive back

College: Eastern Washington

One of the Eagles' in-state additions that will look to help out in the defensive backfield.

Hogan Hansen, Bellevue, tight end

College: Michigan

After a Class 3A championship run, the No. 2 recruit in the state of Washington made things official with Michigan.

Tony Harste, Emerald Ridge, wide receiver

College: Idaho

One of the top playmakers in the 4A SPSL last season has found a new home in Moscow, Idaho.

Ryan Kawalek, La Center, offensive lineman

College: Idaho

Small school kid, but a big force up front, is signed and set to join the Vandals next year in Moscow.

Aaron Kinsey, Rogers of Spokane, wide receiver

College: Idaho

Part of the big turnaround for the Pirates this season, Kinsey is bringing his speed to Idaho.

Frank Kissick, Mount Si, linebacker

College: Idaho State

A standout in the 4A KingCo at Mount Si, Kissick is also joining the Big Sky Conference and Idaho State.

Nathan Knapik, Kennewick, offensive lineman

College: Idaho

Another big body out of Kennewick is going on to the next level with Knapik headed to Idaho.

Unterrio Latin-Henley, Washington, running back

College: Montana State

Latin-Henley's long high school football journey ends with him off to Montana State to play for the Bobcats.

Pule Leatigaga, Garfield, offensive lineman

College: Portland State

Responsible for keeping one of the state's top quarterbacks protected at Garfield, Leatigaga isn't headed too far.

Chris Lino, Seattle Prep, offensive lineman

College: Washington State

One of the biggest bodies in the Metro League is headed east to play for Washington State.

Ambrose Marsh, Eastside Catholic, defensive back

College: Eastern Washington

Key playmaker from Eastside Catholic's playoff runs the last few years is staying in state and headed to Cheney.

Diontaye Moorman, Archbishop Murphy, defensive back

College: Portland State

Archbishop Murphy standout on defense is off to Portland State and the Vikings' defensive backfield.

Carson Osmus, Camas, offensive lineman

College: Washington State

Large presence up front for the Papermakers opts to stay in state and join the Cougars.

Isaiah Patterson, Yelm, linebacker

College: UCLA

Vital piece to Tornados' defense, Patterson is heading to Los Angeles to suit up for UCLA.

Kayo Patu, Roosevelt, defensive back

College: Washington State

Big time playmaker for Roosevelt last season is making the trip through the pass to Pullman.

Brayden Platt, Yelm, linebacker

College: Oregon

One of the most sought after recruits in the state of Washington is off to Oregon to join the Ducks.

Kage Repenn, Tahoma, wide receiver

College: Idaho

Versatile playmaker for Tahoma joins handful of Washington recruits headed to Idaho.

Carsten Reynolds, Sedro-Woolley, linebacker

College: South Dakota State

Dynamic quarterback for the Cubs in high school will flip sides and play defense at South Dakota State.

Kenji Scanlan, Yelm, defensive line

College: Idaho

Scanlan is headed to Idaho where he'll look to continue getting after the quarterback for the Vandals.

Jake Schakel, Emerald Ridge, quarterback

College: Eastern Washington

After helping bring the Emerald Ridge program back to prominence, Schakel is on his way to Cheney.

Dylan Sikorski, Sumner, offensive lineman

College: Oregon State

The big-bodied lineman out of Sumner made things official with the Beavers this morning.

Trevor Steinbach, Skyline, offensive lineman

College: Montana

Big man from Skyline is taking his talents east and headed to Montana to play for the Griz.

Benjamin Stevens, Gig Harbor, wide receiver

College: Portland State

Wide receiver out of Gig Harbor is one in a handful of recruits from Washington signed with the Vikings.

Payton Stewart, Kelso, offensive lineman

College: Michigan State

After decommitting from Oregon State late last month, Stewart announced his pledge to Michigan State this week and signed this morning.

John Stremler, Nooksack Valley, defensive lineman

College: Eastern Washington

Big piece up front for the Pioneers is off to Cheney where he'll fit in on the defensive front.

Kayden Stuit, Lynden Christian, tight end

College: Eastern Washington

Arguably the most important playmaker for the Lyncs this season, Stuit is off to Eastern Washington.

Trenton Swanson, Camas, wide receiver

College: Idaho

One of the Papermakers' favorite targets is set to start catching passes for the Vandals.

AJ Tanupo, Eastside Catholic, defensive lineman

College: Montana State

Bobcats are getting a force on the defensive line that made life a nightmare for opposing offenses while with Eastside Catholic.

Marquise Thorpe-Taylor, Mount Tahoma, offensive lineman

College: UCLA

After helping get Mount Tahoma back to the playoffs, Thorpe-Taylor is taking his pass-protection skills to UCLA.

Luvens Valcin, Auburn, tight end

College: Montana State

One of the more versatile players in Pierce County, Valcins is now signed with the Montana State Bobcats.

Conner Walcker, Ferndale, linebacker

College: Eastern Washington

Played just about everywhere in high school for the Golden Eagles, but looks to be a part of Eastern's linebacking group.

Tyson Weaver, Eastside Catholic, defensive back

College: Washington State

A longtime commit to the Cougars, one of Eastside Catholic's key pieces over the last few years is going to Pullman.

Diezel Wilkinson, East Valley of Spokane, defensive back

College: Idaho

Made plays in a lot of ways for East Valley and will do so from the safety position over in Moscow.

Jabez Woods, Graham-Kapowsin, wide receiver

College: Montana State

Among the top pass catchers in the state, the Graham-Kapowsin standout is signed with Montana State.