Posted On: 04/28/21 3:17 PM

What is on of the best ways to boost your recruitment? Never come off the field and do everything full speed. That’s a lot easier said than done, but numerous guys across the state proved to be very versatile athletes and make plays wherever they were asked to line up. The more plays you can make from different positions, the more opportunities you will get. Take a look at 5 versatile players from the spring 2021 season:

Tanner Volk Tanner Volk 6'1" | WR Aloha | 2021 State OR , ATH, 6’1" 185lbs, Aloha HS ’21

Volk was potentially the most versatile player in the state, as he can excel at any position he is asked to play. He accumulated 1,386 total yards on the season. This included 743 yards passing, 339 rushing, and 304 yards receiving with around 14 TD’s. He also contributed on defense with 45 tackles and 3 INT’s, handled the kicking and punting duties, and returned punts as well. He reads defenses well and gets the ball out quick as a passer. He’s a big play threat with the ball in his hands and possesses solid speed all around. He is a clean route runner who frequently

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