In what was his final high school game, Tumwater (Wash.) defensive tackle Jacob Schuster went out with a bang, and he started in big fashion. A clearly emotional and fired up Schuster lined up at linebacker on Tumwater's first defensive series, and on the first snap, he came in on a delayed blitz and recorded a 10-yard sack. And from there, the bar was set for the T-Birds defense in their rematch with Steilacoom, who they beat in the 2A state title in 2019. Schuster, a four-star who was selected to play in the 2021 Polynesian Bowl and signed with Minnesota in December, showed why P.J. Fleck was thrilled to snag him from Pac-12 country, getting a great push throughout the game, raising the emotion level of his teammates and ending his prep career in style. Schuster also started on the offensive line and was a big part of the T-Birds dominating rushing attack.