Klovas rates as one of the wests best

There is no question that four star offensive lineman Aaron Klovas (6-6, 303, 5.29) from Spannaway (Wash.) Bethel is one of the best offensive line prospects that the West Coast has to offer. To date, Klovas has fourteen offers and he has already taken two of his allotted visits.
Klovas has already visited Arizona State and Michigan State.
“I liked everything about the school (ASU),” Klovas said. “Their academics are great and they have a young coaching staff that can related to their players.”
“The only negative thing I can say about my trip to Arizona State was the heat,” Klovas said. “The Sun devil players I spoke to said that you get used to it.”
Coach Mark Helfrich is recruiting Klovas for ASU. He was hosted true freshman Mike Pollack and red shirt frosh Brandon Rodd.
“Michigan State went real well,” Klovas said. “The reason that I went there was because I really like the Spartan coaching staff. I was able to get to know them better on my visit.”
“I’m going to try to narrow down two of my last visits to northwest schools,” Klovas said. “Then for the last visit I will chose the best out of the remaining schools.”
“But even that could change,” Klovas said. “It all depends what happens from now to then.”
Klovas is having a stellar senior season. He has helped Bethel to a perfect 7-0 record. There is more good news for Bethel fans they have clinched their fifth league title in a row. Klovas has been a part of three of them.
Klovas is a member of the prestigious Rivals100 team and is rated the nation’s number 84 prospect. ranks Klovas as the country’s lucky number seven offensive tackle prospect. rates Klovas as the number two prospect in the state of Washington and he’s a member of the Super West 60 team where he lands as the western region number 13 prospect.