Columbia Basin Big Nine Columbia Division players to watch.
Goes behind center again, but with his athleticism, a move back to receiver is possible.
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-- Will be the main man in Panthers' backfield with Tyce Thomas having graduated.
OL, Moses Lake
-- Not as big as older brother B.J., but he's still a force on the Chiefs' front line.
-- Could be ready for breakout year with other playmakers gone to graduation.
LB, Moses Lake
-- Three-year starter hopes to stay healthy for full season to realizefull potential.
-- One half of the league's best tackle combo on offensive line; also a force on defense.
-- The Suns like to use his size to full effect on fades at the goal line; also had 29 tackles, 4 picks at safety a year ago.
-- With Homme, he forms one of the state's top receiving duos; soft hands developed as catcher in baseball.
QB, Moses Lake
-- As efficient running the Chiefs' spread option attack as he is as an All-Area point guard in basketball.
-- Suns' surge in second half of last season corresponded with his improved play behindcenter.
-- Hopes to follow up breakthrough junior year with even bigger senior campaign.
-- Hits the hole quickly - a must in Bulldogs' zone scheme.