Posted On: 12/31/20 2:40 PM

The reality is, there aren’t a ton of prospects in Washington, D.C. to begin with, let alone the elite prospects who are still uncommitted. However, Washington, D.C. is known for having top-notch talent, despite its smaller numbers. D.C. consistently churns out multiple four-stars each year, making it a must-stop for college coaches. Without further ado, here are the top available 2021 prospects in Washington, D.C.


WR: Caleb CoombsCalebCoombs5'10" | WRSt. Johns | 2021StateMD, 5’11, 190, St. Johns

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Caleb CoombsCalebCoombs5'10" | WRSt. Johns | 2021StateMD

Far and away the most highly touted prospect on this list and he’s most certainly earned that. Coombs can effortlessly beat press coverage and will stack corners after doing so. You can’t help but be wowed by his top-end speed. He lives for the fade route in the redzone and will go up & get the football, despite only being 5’11. Coombs shows no issues catching in traffic and can adjust to poorly thrown balls and will make sliding catches look easy. He understands the importance of route tempo and will lull defenders to sleep before accelerating out of his cuts.

DB: Anthony Martin, 6’1, 180, Ballou

Martin played a bit

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