One of WA’s top Jr QBs; Derrick Becker of Capital: By Jordan Johnson

October 3, 2012

       One of our top ranked QB’s for the 2014 class in the State of Washington is Derrick Becker (6-0 175 Jr. QB) of 2a Capital. Becker doesn’t have the prototypical QB size, but has some of those unique intangibles that you can’t teach. He returns after an honorable mention all league season in 2011 that saw him help the Cougars go 8-4 at the 3a level, with 2…

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Shadle Park’s Brett Rypien passing family on his way into GSL record books : By Ryland Spencer

       Just barely into his Sophomore season as a Shadle Park Highlander and Brett Rypien (6-2 175) is already breaking GSL passing records. Week 2 against Ferris he completed 29 passes for 459 and broke the single game yards make once held by current Washington State Cougar QB Connor Halliday. A week later against University High School he broke his own record by passing for 480 yards.      Rypien…

October 2, 2012
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One of the only Junior’s in the Region with Offers; Central Catholic DE Connor Humphreys: By Jordan Johnson

October 1, 2012

         The Region’s #1 ranked junior D Lineman, Connor Humphreys (6-4 245 Jr. DE) of Central Catholic, is the only underclassmen with offers other Tanner Sanders and Cade Smith in Oregon right now. Humphreys comes off the end as hard as any kid we have seen and is extremely athletic, being very mobile for his size.      Thus far both Wyoming and Portland St have offered, and he…

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Washington Jr. Rankngs OL/DL: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer, Scott Eklund

October 1, 2012

  Over the next few weeks we will be releasing our positional rankings covering the state of Washington. We will have athletes ranked numerically and an honorable mention list, based on who PROJECTS HIGHEST AT THE NEXT LEVEL. There are a variety of factors that go into determining who projects where..These include (Current offers, Size, testing, All league/State accolades, camp/combine performances, stats, competition levels, D1/NFL Genes, GPA, Overall character/work ethic…

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Camas Junior RB Nathan Beasley One of the Best in Washington: By Jordan Johnson

September 30, 2012

       Watching Fridays 42-17 Camas win over a good Skyview team we saw the reigning conference defensive player of the year John Norcross run for 5 Tds. We also saw an incredible rushing display by highly touted RB Nathan Beasley (5-11 175 Jr. RB). The junior looked all that, as we have him ranked one of the top junior backs in the state. He upped his stock immensely on…

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Always Tough West Salem Squad Looking for Another CVC Title: By Jordan Johnson

       One team that continues to impress in the State of Oregon is the always tough West Salem Titans out of the Central Valley Conference. The kids from Salem moved to (4-1) after last nights 44-21 victory over Lincoln, which wasn’t as close as the score indicated. The Titans are different this season in that they only return 1 offensive starter from a year ago, and less then a…

September 29, 2012
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Becerra and Elledge Lead Senior Laden Glacier Peak: By Ryland Spencer

September 28, 2012

       The biggest question mark to begin the 2012 season for Glacier Peak may have been the Quarterback position. In a 42-31 week one win over Lake Stevens, senior Chris Becerra (6-1 215) ended all doubt by going 22-33 for 303 yards and 4 TDs.      “It was a big confidence booster,” Becerra said. “I feel like I answered all the questions any doubters had.”      So far through…

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Oregon 6A Offensive & Defensive Mid Season MVP’s: By Jordan Johnson

September 27, 2012

     *Our Mid season MVP report will be up for each state covering 6a/5a in Oregon and 4a/3a in Washington. There are a lot of deserving kids, but we are talking Player of the Year state wide so its a very select class of athletes.       Most of these kids listed will either be the Conference Player of the Year or right there in the running. We can’t say…

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Hoquiam’s Nolan Hoiness, Small School Kid Putting Up Big Numbers: By Scott Eklund

September 27, 2012

     He plays for a small school out on the coast of Washington, but Hoquiam RB Nolan Hoiness is playing on a very high level and has the size and speed combination that college coaches are looking for in a tailback. Northwest Elite Index caught up with the talented senior runner recently and he updated us on his senior season, recruiting as well as what he does best on the…

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Oregon Top LB Evan Colorito of Beaverton Offered by Nevada: By Jordan Johnson

September 27, 2012

       NEI’s top ranked senior linebacker Evan Colorito (6-4 235 Sr. OLB/DE) out of Beaverton HS got some big news Wednesday night, as the Nevada Wolfpack made their intentions known offering the talented athlete.      Colorito currently holds offers from Colorado, Colorado St, Montana, Portland St, and now the Wolfpack. He is ranked #1 on our 2013 linebacker list over the likes of D1 athletes Derrick Turuturi (Committed-Arizona) and…

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