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Today: Washington A-Listers
What is an A-Lister? In Hollywood, it's the George Clooney and Julia Roberts crowd. In the NFL, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are A-Listers. In the NBA, it’s LeBron James and Kobe Bryant. The A-List is the best of the best. So which athletes can be considered A-Listers in Washington this year? That’s where today’s list comes in. Regardless of sport, here’s our list of the top five A-List athletes in the state.
Max Browne, Junior
Credentials: Gatorade State Player of the Year tossed a pair of scores to lead the Spartans to the Class 4A title; finished season with 45 touchdown passes.
Anthony Armstrong, Senior
Kamiakin, Cross Country
Credentials: Won Class 3A individual race with a blistering time of 14:58; placed seventh at Nike Cross Nationals.
Anrio Adams, Senior
Rainier Beach, Basketball
Credentials: Immense scoring ability and deep range make Adams the state's top senior hoop recruit; committed to Kansas.
Jordan Rogers, Senior
Credentials: Rated nation's No. 10 senior grappler by InterMat; went 48-0 and captured his second state crown last year as a junior.
Clint Coulter, Senior
Credentials: Projected first-rounder was one of the standouts of this summer's Area Code Baseball Games presented by New Balance; batted over .500 and crushed five homers last year.
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Tomorrow: The top underclassman football players from Washington.
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