When one school has a good program, good players are naturally drawn to it. Prairie High girls basketball in Vancouver is a prime example. Aldridge is a good coach and started with success and frequent visits to the state tournament when he began coaching. There is no need for recruiting because: A) He's a great coach and makes average athletes work hard to become good and great athletes... and B) Since his team's success, good athletes naturally are drawn to the program and some transfer in or move into the district to play for him..
He has no need to recruit. Most dynasty programs start with success and then there usually is no need to recruit. I am no expert and am not from the Everett area, but I suspect this might be the case with ATM. They get a lot of exposure and players are naturally drawn to the good program. The exposure and success recruits them naturally. I may be wrong, like I said I'm not from Everett. But that's just my thoughts.