Posted On: 04/27/21 3:18 PM

There were a handful of players that racked up solid numbers and punished some QB's during the short COVID spring season in Washington, two of them coming from the same school. These guys stepped up on the defensive side of the ball and did their thing. Take a look at the top 5 sack leaders in Washington according to the public stats:

Jordan Mua, DE, 6’0" 205lbs, Foster HS ’23

Mua stepped up big for Foster this season, as he racked up 8 sacks and 7 hurries in just 4 games played for Foster. He’s on the smaller side for a DE, yet still did his best work as a down DE despite his size. He displayed active, athletic hands to finesse his way around opponents. He flashed the ability to get skinny and shoot through gaps well, as he is slippery in tight spaces with his short area quickness. He sheds and disengages from blocks well and was a menace as a DE. He has a decent initial get off with room to mature, and he will be an exciting prospect to follow in the future.

Sermon Wilson Sermon Wilson 6'3" | DL Puyallup | 2021 State WA , DE,

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