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January 26, 2014 at 1:39 PM

The Seattle Times’ annual chip list

The Seattle Times released its annual chip list on Sunday, a collection of the top 100 high school football recruits in the state in the class of 2014.

Bellevue star Budda Baker is the lone blue chip, which identifies the elite of the 2014 class. There are 14 red chips, which are players considered capable of starting in a major conference such as the Pac-12 or starring in a lesser conference.  That leaves 83 white chips.

Along with Baker, we highlighted red-chip players, Keenan Curran and Devante Downs, as ones to keep an eye on at the next level.

You can view the entire list online or below.

*Update: The list has been updated to show Keenan Curran’s commitment to the Air Force Academy. Curran had previously been committed to San Jose State.

Blue Chip

Budda Baker, Ath, 5-10, 175, Bellevue

Red chips (16)
These players are considered capable of starting in a major conference such as the Pac-12 or starring in a lesser conference. Players are not necessarily listed in order of ranking.
Player Pos. Ht Wt School (city) College choice
Drew Clarkson OL 6-4 275 Camas Oregon State
Kaleb McGary OL 6-8 280 Fife
Marcus Griffin DT 6-3 292 Bellevue
Devante Downs LB 6-3 230 Mountlake Terrace California
Keenan Curran DB 6-2 185 Federal Way Air Force
Deion Singleton S 6-1 175 Chiawana (Pasco)
Isaiah Brandt-Sims RB 6-0 185 Wenatchee Stanford
Nick Mitchell QB 6-2 175 Mount Si (Snoqualmie) Oregon State
Zach Eagle WR 5-9 170 Camas Eastern Washington
Shane Bowman DL 6-4 242 Bellevue Washington
Drew Sample TE 6-5 235 Newport (Bellevue) Washington
Drew Lewis S 6-2 196 Eastlake (Sammamish) Washington
Timmy Haehl S 6-1 190 Bellevue Harvard
Morgan Richey OG 6-5 275 Bellevue
Andre Dillard OL 6-5 240 Woodinville Washington State
Alek Kacmarcik LB 6-2 202 Woodinville Eastern Washington
White chips (83)
The rest of the top 100 prospects in the state.
Player Pos. Ht Wt School (city) College choice
Drew Stocker WR 5-10 165 Quincy Nevada
Kevin Thomson QB 6-2 175 Auburn Riverside (Auburn) UNLV
Reilly Hennessey QB 6-3 189 Camas Eastern Washington
Conner Baumann RB 6-2 230 Newport (Bellevue) Eastern Washington
Kilton Anderson QB 6-3 200 Skyline (Sammamish) South Alabama
Josh Smith WR 6-3 198 Cascade (Everett) South Alabama
Patiole Pesefea DL 6-2 250 Foss (Tacoma) Eastern Washington
Terence Grady WR 6-5 190 Kentwood (Covington) Eastern Washington
Reese Carlson WR 6-4 190 Gig Harbor Montana
Cole Karstetter DB 5-11 170 Ferris (Spokane) Eastern Washington
Dave Ungerer III Ath 5-7 155 Pullman Idaho
E’Lon Mack WR 5-11 188 Heritage (Vancouver) Idaho
Asan NeilEvergin RB 5-8 170 Timberline (Lacey) Eastern Washington
Kaleb Davis OT 6-4 255 Mountlake Terrace
Jaremy Martin LB 6-2 240 Lynden
Max Gray WR 6-0 160 Arlington
Jordan Rose OT 6-6 305 Freeman (Rockford)
Randin Crecelius OG 6-5 280 Cascade (Everett) Portland State
Monike Sarte DT 6-1 285 Fife
Nick Foerstel DE 6-3 215 Tumwater
Brad Kimball DE 6-3 235 Mercer Island
Brady Bagnall LB 6-3 230 Evergreen (Vancouver) Air Force
Michael DiGenova LB 6-1 204 Camas
Alex Weber LB 6-2 225 Chiawana (Pasco)
Jake Luton QB 6-6 220 MarysvillePilchuck Idaho
Jonah Jordan OG 6-2 265 Mead (Spokane) Eastern Washington
Jarius McDade DL 6-2 300 O’Dea (Seattle)
Jevin Pahinui DE 6-4 265 Mountlake Terrace
Elisha Pa’aga DL 5-10 255 E. Catholic (Sammamish)
Josh Wright DL 6-1 220 Skyline (Sammamish)
Teague James RB 5-10 185 Graham-Kapowsin
Joey Zamora QB 6-3 225 Chiawana (Pasco)
C.J. Lat LB 6-0 200 Lake Stevens
Travis Bakken OL 6-6 250 EdmondsWoodway
Clifton Lozano RB 5-7 180 Chiawana (Pasco)
Henderson Belk WR 6-4 230 Kamiak (Mukilteo)
Chandler Newell OL 6-3 215 Chiawana (Pasco)
Jose Jimenez OL 6-0 235 Eisenhower (Yakima)
Mark DeRuyter DL 6-0 185 Chiawana (Pasco)
Evan Miksch DL 6-3 255 Lake Stevens
Mitch Fettig DB 6-0 175 Olympia Eastern Washington
Andrew Schwieterman DB 5-10 175 Central Kitsap
Leon Siofele RB 5-11 210 Union (Camas)
Ridge Harmon WR 6-0 170 Eisenhower (Yakima)
Deshon Williams WR 6-3 204 Tahoma (Covington)
Mason Johnson OL 6-3 309 Kentlake (Kent)
Owen Taylor OL 6-4 290 Gig Harbor
J.D. Boden OL 6-4 300 Central Valley (Spokane)
Kayden Maughan OL 6-3 264 Chiawana (Pasco)
Jakob Stoll DL 6-2 260 Wenatchee
Brandon Kaufman DL 5-11 220 Eastlake (Sammamish)
Tanner Pauly WR 5-11 175 Shadle Park (Spokane)
Nick Kiourkas TE 6-2 204 Shadle Park (Spokane)
Pierre Le Dorze QB 6-2 225 O’Dea (Seattle)
Beau Shain LB 6-2 215 Mount Si (Snoqualmie)
Chance Ragsdale RB 5-9 150 Mountlake Terrace
Rayshaun Miller RB 5-8 165 Lincoln (Tacoma)
Trevor Martin WR 5-10 169 University (Spokane)
Alexei Oro TE 6-3 247 O’Dea (Seattle)
Mason Schutt QB 6-5 211 Prosser
Tanner Gueller QB 6-3 225 W.F. West (Chehalis) Idaho State
Jack Flor LB 6-2 210 O’Dea (Seattle)
Tate Razor DL 6-5 215 Bellevue Christian
Stuart Gillin LB 6-2 205 Walla Walla
Jack Neary QB 6-3 205 Issaquah
Nick Streubel OL 6-3 312 Coupeville
Tommy Nelson WR 6-2 190 Issaquah
Reggie Long OL 6-3 295 Skyline (Sammamish)
Shay Dingfelder OL 6-1 285 Issaquah
Jalani Phelps WR 6-4 180 Lynden
Joey Cassano WR 5-1 190 Auburn Mountainview
JayTee Tiuli DL 6-4 310 Federal Way
Kurt Calhoun LB 6-1 215 Zillah
Brady Widner Ath 6-0 175 Zillah
J’Maka Love WR 6-0 185 Lincoln (Tacoma)
Travante Robinson RB 5-8 150 Jackson (Mill Creek)
Darius Pati WR 6-3 190 Eisenhower (Yakima)
Austin Striplin LB 6-3 245 Sumner
Drew Griffin Ath 6-1 205 Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma)
Jack Gellatly RB 5-11 190 Issaquah
Isaiah Holmes DL 6-3 240 Lynnwood
Colin Cossette RB 6-0 210 Kennedy Catholic (Burien)
Letrez Jones RB 5-11 180 Meridian (Bellingham)
The annual Seattle Times chip list is determined by reporter Joshua Liebeskind with input from recruiting experts and high-school coaches.

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