Two of Oregon’s Top Juniors got some big news over the last 24 hours and as always we are letting you know first.
Brayden Kearsley (6-5 300 OL Jr. Aloha) was informed earlier today by the Washington Huskies that they would be offering the BYU Commit. Kearsley has been on fire after UCLA offered late last week. He is considered maybe Oregon’s Top offensive lineman in the 2013 class along with Evan Voeller, Andrew Kirkland, and Max Rich.
Brayden says, ” It feels really good getting offers from teams in the Pac 12 and Im hoping to get more, UW is my 2nd Pac 12 offer in the last week and it just makes me want to keep working”.
Kearsley recently showed up at our elite event and put on a show. He is a two time All State lineman and considered one of the best line prospects on the west coast. We expect to see things pick up in the Pac 12 and also down South and in the midwest where many of the coaches are watching NEI TV and seeing kids like Brayden.
Congrats to Brayden and the entire Kearsley family as the journey continues
(Evan Colorito 6-4 230 Jr. LB Beaverton)
Evan Colorito (6-4 225 LB/TE Jr. Beaverton) one of the state’s Top 15 athletes for the class of 2013 let us know about his first Division one offer from Portland St last night.
Colorito attended the Army All American Combine and was an all Metro league athlete at linebacker the past two seasons. Evan is the son of Dr. Tony Colorito who was an all american at USC, before playing in two Super Bowls with Denver.
” My mom and I went and visited the school yesterday, and I was really impressed with everything they had to show me. He continued, ” we sat down and they asked me if me if I had any offers, and when I said no they informed me that was no longer the case”.
” Coach Burton was great and I really liked the entire coaching staff, when I went in the locker room I had brief memories of my dad and I going in to USC’s locker room when I was 6 or 7 years old”.
That’s not trying to compare PSU’s locker room to USC, but just the love of the game in a college football environment is special to Colorito.
Evan’s a very appreciative and humble kid as this looks to be just the start of the recruiting process. You could very well see multiple Pac 12 schools pull the trigger on him in due time, finishing as one of the state sack leaders the past two seasons.
Evan Colorito Highlights- http://www.hudl.com/athlete/142718/evan-colorito