The 6’2, 255 lb. lineman is a dominating force. He helped lead his Rainier Ravens White team to two-straight undefeated, championship seasons with a 32-7 victory of the Rainier Ravens Green Senior team. Prentice also won the U15 Washington State title for rugby as well.
Prentice says he is humbled to be invited to the game and knows he’s playing for more than just himself. “It’s a great honor to be selected to represent the West in the All American Game. I know when I go I will be representing all of FBU Team Seattle and my local program the Rainier Ravens,” he said. “I owe a lot to the coaches who have volunteered their time to train me and my teammates and my goal is to represent them well.”
Prentice says he’s ready to make a difference in the game by not only doing his job, but doing it well. “I look forward to playing my role in the game and contributing to our team’s success in winning the game while representing the West,” he said. “I know that my job is to do the hard yards and be as physical of a player as I can in the trenches.”
Prentice went on to sharing what he’s mostly excited about when it comes to the game. “I look forward to playing my role in the game and contributing to our team’s success in winning the game while representing the West,” he continued. “I know that my job is to do the hard yards and be as physical of a player as I can in the trenches.”
Over the past two years Prentice has honed his skills participating in the O’Dea Summer Football camp and the local FBU camp. He also participated in last year’s FBU National Championship with team Seattle 6th grade and helped lead the team to a third place finish.
This year he’s looing to help his team go all the way and win a National Championship and then win the All-American Bowl game. It’s a tough road, but he’s ready for the challenge. Here is his highlight tape from this past season.