Washington lineman with numerous college offers transfers to Mater Dei

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Offensive tackle Kodi Greene, one of the top high school football prospects in Washington, has enrolled at Mater Dei, the sophomore confirmed.

The 6-foot-6, 290-pound Greene said he started classes at Mater Dei on Tuesday.

Last season, Greene played at Eastside Catholic in Sammamish, Wash. The Crusaders opened with a 20-0 loss against Orange Lutheran and finished with a 9-3 record.

Greene holds more than a dozen scholarship offers, including Michigan, Washington, Oregon and USC.

He has been compared to former Mater Dei offensive tackle Brandon Baker, a senior who signed with Texas.

Mater Dei is seeking to replace Baker (6-5, 295) and tackle DeAndre Carter (6-5, 295), who signed with Auburn.

Greene is the second major sophomore transfer to arrive at Mater Dei in the offseason. Wide receiver Chris Henry Jr., a transfer wide receiver from Ohio, is a sophomore committed to Ohio State.

Chaparral junior quarterback Dash Beierly, a Washington commit, also recently transferred to Mater Dei.

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