He is currently ranked the #2 overall recruit in the state of Oregon for the class of 2013, and he is sitting with 3 major offers (Washington, UCLA, Purdue) . There’s a laundry list of additional D1 schools that are interested and Evan Voeller (6-5 285 Jr. OL) is still a long way from being done with his high school career.
Voeller was part of a talented West Linn team that was upset in the first round of the playoffs by a (4-7) David Douglas squad. He earned first team all league honors in 2011 and was named to our NEI 1st team all state 6a team. He made his presence known early on in his sophomore year with a couple outstanding showings at various camps. Things progressed from there and Evan says, “I just want to continue to train and have my best off season yet”.
The West Linn line gave talented running back Mason Finnerty holes to hit the majority of the time, but they were not able to fight off the upset bug in the first round against the Scots. Voeller says, “It was very disappointing, but all you can do is move on”. Most Pac-12 schools have Evan on their recruiting board some obviously higher than others. It will be an interesting off season for Voeller who will look to increase on an already high stock.
Oregon has one of the most impressive junior lines in the country with a multitude of division one athletes coming back; Voeller (6-5 285), Brayden Kearsley (6-5 265 OL Aloha- BYU Commit), Bryson Sullivan (6-5 250 DE/TE- Aloha), Max Rich (6-8 280 OL- Jesuit), Andrew Kirkland (6-5 290 OL- Jesuit), Doug Brenner (6-3 260 FB/DL- Jesuit), Austin Powell (6-4 260 OL/DL- Crescent Valley), Bryon Bodon (6-4 260 OL/DL- Crescent Valley), and Dominic Baldocchi (6-3 265 OL/DL- Jesuit) account for as talented of a line as Oregon has had in years.
You will be able to see all of the top lineman in the Northwest on the NEI/ Barton tour coming up in the spring and summer. We look forward to following Voeller on the camp circuit as he is one of the top lineman on the west coast.