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Foster Sarell has made a very impressive varsity football debut.

Meet 6-foot-6, 300-pound freshman Foster Sarell from Graham-Kapowsin (Graham, Wash.).

According to his head coach, he already has offers from Washington and Eastern Washington.

If you watch his film, it's easy to see why.

The agile big man first made a name for himself on the basketball court in middle school. Check him out here as a 13-year-old rocking a mohawk.

He then made a splash cracking the varsity football roster at Graham-Kapowsin as a ninth-grader.

In four games, he has not disappointed.

"He is the best player I have ever coached," Graham-Kapowsin head coach Eric Kurle told MaxPreps. "And I have coached 12 Division I players, four being linemen, and he is better than them as a ninth-grader."

Sarell has also been impressive in the classroom, averaging a 4.0 thus far, according to Kurle.

Without question, Sarell gives Calvin Ashley a run for his money as the nation's most impressive freshman offensive lineman thus far.

See him in action below.