Football Recruiting Update’s latest ranking of football recruits in the state of Washington includes four Clark County players.

Ellis Henderson, a receiver from Skyview, is ranked 11th in the state for the Class of 2011. The synopsis for the 6-foot, 180-pounder claims that Air Force, Boise State, Eastern Washington, Idaho, and Hawaii are recruiting him and says, “Once he starts playing he could skyrocket.”

Odin Coe, a 6-3, 255-pound defensive tackle from Camas, is ranked 18th in the state: “Coe has been tearing up the camps and combines. At 255 and 6-3, he is just too strong and fast off the ball. Leaning towards D’tackle or Strong side DE right now. Coe is the lineman to watch as teams are moving in.”

Nolan LaValley, listed as a defensive tackle from Heritage, is ranked No. 37: “Workhorse lineman with some excellent skills. He can play college ball as a center/guard and his attitude and effort are obvious wherever he goes.”

And Karl Graves, a 6-4, 185 receiver from Skyview, is ranked No. 41: “No one has better hands in state than Big Karl. He is a sleeper and seems to sort of hang in the background but that changes when the helmets go on!”

Rivals listed a total of 58 recruits from Washington.

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