Los Angeles area linebacker Khmori House joins a long line of St. John Bosco players to join the Pac— was gonna say Pac-12... I’ll change that to “the Power 5-ish ranks:”
House comes from one of the biggest football power house high schools in the country in St. John Bosco, which has produced such college stars as Josh Rosen, Terrell Bynum, Traveon Beck, Josh Delgado, George Holani, Jude Wolfe, Wyatt Davis, Ralen Goforth, Kris Hutson, Logan Loya, DJ Uiagalelei, Bryce Treggs, Sean McGrew, Jaleel Wadood, and approximately a gajillion more. The high three star committed back in June when a flury of high schoolers pledged to Washington, over offers from Texas, Auburn, Notre Dame, Oregon, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Prime’s Colorado.
He lists himself as an outside linebacker but has played more traditionally inside a decent amount as well, and probably doesn’t have the length to be a true on-ball edge type at the next level unless he’s a late bloomer who’s still growing.
Regardless of where he plays, House is relentless in pursuit even in scenarios where a lesser/normal person would think to stop sprinting downfield. He has pretty good closing speed and can be pretty violent at the point of contact — although that does mean that sometimes he’ll take angles that he won’t be able to get away with at the next level, but to be honest that’s almost everyone at the high school level no matter how talented.
House also has shown himself to be sneakily slippery against blockers, too, especially in space; while he doesn’t exactly have the build to be a college edge outside linebacker, it’ll be interesting to see the nexus of his more inside linebacker-style frame but with outside linebacker hands and movement.
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.