I have heard that Montana State football head coach Rob Ash is recruiting Kyle Tokasey from Desert Mountain high school in Scottsdale, Arizona. The 6-1 175 pound Tokasey is primarily receiving most of his recruiting interest as a safety / defensive back prospect, but played defensive back, safety, wide receiver, punter as well as returning kicks.
As wide receiver he caught 31 passes for a total of 307 yards and one touch down in his senior season.
On defense he tallied 45 solo tackles and 28 assists for a total of 73 tackles. He also had 10 interception on the season with one returned for a touch down.
On special teams he averaged 37 yards per punts on 57 total punts. He also returned 6 punts for an average 12 yards per return. He also blocked two kicks for good measure.
For his efforts this season Tokasey was named to numerous 4-A all state teams as a defensive back and punter.
Tokasey has a reputation as a sure handed defensive player who knack for snagging interceptions and getting yards after the interception. He also is known as a very hard hitter, having knocked two wide receivers opponents out cold.
I believe right now Columbia, Dartmouth, Montana State and North Dakota State are the schools showing the most interest currently but I do not believe he has any D-1 offers as of yet.