- Transferred from Morse High School, CA
- High School:
- Detroit Martin Luther King
- Graduation Year:
- Primary Position:
- Secondary Position (s):
- 180 lbs
- #1 Most Memorable Game:
- Don't have one yet.
- Pre-game Traditions:
- Listen to music and eat.
- Post-game Traditions:
- Eat and hang with family.
- Athlete you try building your game around:
- Marcus Mariota
- Anticipated Major:
- 1 year of Varsity
- Greatest High School Achievement:
- 3.5 gpa
- Offseason Goal (s):
- Just skills. Completion rating. Better feet work and more speed.
- Colleges that you are interested in:
- Oregon, Michigan State, Texas A&M
- Colleges that have shown you interest:
- My love for the game as much as my teammates.
- How I play the game:
- Never giving up.
The D Zone - How has recruiting been going so far for you this season?
Mikale Washington - "It's cool I guess. Hasn't gotten serious yet."
What has been the most memorable part of high school football?
Mikale Washington - "Throwing touchdown passes."
What have you been doing since football season ended?
Mikale Washington - "Working with Coach Donovan Dooley and a couple speed trainers. And just perfecting my craft."
What are keys to performing at your positions?
Mikale Washington - "You must be intelligent. You must know where everyone is going and be able to take the blame for someone else. You have to keep the game going at its roughest times."
What are some personal goals you have set for this upcoming season?
Mikale Washington - "To win state with my team that's all."
If a college coach was interested in having you play on his team and asked you why he should accept you on his team, what would you tell him?
Mikale Washington - "Because my talents will help better this program, I'm a team player and nothing will stop me till I get the job done."
Which game stands out the most to you in the 2014 season?
Mikale Washington - "A rivalry. Nothing is better than beating your rivals."
Who is the best player you lined up against on the field?
Mikale Washington - "Kyle Davis, the DE from Cathedral Catholic high school in San Diego."