The state of Washington is home for one of the best linebacker prospects on the west coast. This player is very active and seems to be in on every player. He has the size and speed that all D-I schools their linebackers to have.
Keep your eyes peeled to linebacker Anthony Felder (6-3, 225, 4.6) from Seattle (Wash.) O’Dea.
Felder had a great junior season that saw him rack up 146 tackles, nine tackles for loss and five sacks. His performance saw him be selected league co-defensive player of the year and first-team all-league in 2003.
Felder is your typical sideline-to-sideline linebacker who never quits on a play.
“Anthony is big, strong and has a great nose for the football,” O’Dea head coach Monte Kohler said. “He’s very physical and makes a ton of plays.”
Look for Felder to get stronger. He hasn’t maxed out for a year due to the fact that he had shoulder surgery last spring.
The word is Felder has an offer from Washington. Washington State is also showing interest.
“It is way too early in the process to schools,” Kohler said. “But everyone wants a piece of Anthony.”
Before too long Felder will be massively recruited.