Seattle Prep’s Tere’ Calloway adds Colorado St, While O’Dea’s Tatum Taylor adds SEC Mississippi to offer list: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the best things about NEI and the Barton Football Academy is being able to work with the top kids in the region all year long. This last season we saw two elite northwest athletes land multiple offers from a host of schools. Tere’ Calloway (5-11 190 Sr. ATH/S) and Tatum Taylor (5-10 165 Sr. ATH) are best friends and have recently added to their list of…

September 27, 2012
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Maybe the Top Dual Sport Athlete in the NW; Mt Si’s Trent Riley: By Jordan Johnson

September 24, 2012

        Maybe the top dual sport athlete in the northwest, that some people might not know about is Trent Riley (6-2 190 Sr. WR/S) of Mt Si. Riley missed last football season due to injury, after a sophomore season that saw him earn second team all KingCo honors after catching 26 passes for 515 yards and 7 Tds. He started both ways and intercepted two passes during…

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Two of the NW’s Top Prospects Moving up the Charts; Xavier Mitchell & Sam Riddle: By Jordan Johnson

September 24, 2012

     I knew Xavier Mitchell (6-1 170 Sr. WR) and Sam Riddle (6-2 200 Sr. QB) were both good, but I left the Century/Tigard game shaking my head after witnessing to what extent both athletes had performed. In what amounted to the biggest game in school history, #7 Century fell short 46-36 to an extremely talented #5 Tigard team.      That said, it was an outstanding ball game where both…

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Washington Top Safety Mason Stone Continuing to Make Noise with Elite Performances: By Jordan Johnson

September 22, 2012

       One of my favorite athletes to watch over the last year has been Mason Stone (6-0 175 Sr. S) of Mountlake Terrace. The kid is just very unique in what he does, as he is one of the most talented DB’s in the northwest, and one of our ” Top Athletes with No Offers”.       We recently reported on his teammate Devante Downs (6-3 235 Jr. RB/LB),…

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Best of the Northwest Top 10 Oregon vs Washington By Jordan Johnson

September 21, 2012

  1. Bellevue (3-0) Quality Wins:  Trinity, Texas (Top 20 Nationally) 31-24  ; Bothell 35-7 The Wolverines are once again one of the top teams in the country with a plethora of D1 commits; Myles Jack is one of the best players in america and is committed to (UCLA); Sean Constantine is one of the best backers in the land and will be a husky (WASHINGTON), and junior speedster Budda…

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Jr’s M. Portillo, S. Fisher and C. Streuli Look To Bring Power Football Back To Enumclaw: By Ryland Spencer

September 20, 2012

         The last two seasons in Enumclaw were a struggle. The spread offense and zone blocking scheme really did not fit very well and it led to a 3-15 record. When first year Enumclaw head coach Mark Gunderson took over he knew the Hornets needed a change in philosophy. “I wanted to get back to power football and winning league championships in Enumclaw” Gunderson said.      If you…

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Jesuit All Everything Back AJ Glass Starts to add Ivy League Offers with Dartmouth: By Jordan Johnson

  RBs through 3 Games: THOMAS TYNER- Aloha             1230 Yds, 17 Tds AJ GLASS-  Jesuit                      778  Yds, 14 Tds JAKE LACOSTE- West Albany    1000 Yds, 13 Tds      Early in the 2012 season we have seen some incredible statistical performances from a host of different athletes. Thomas Tyner and Jake Lacoste have both…

September 20, 2012
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The Northwest’s Top Junior Without an Offer; Devante Downs (6-3 235 RB/LB) of Mountlake Terrace: By Jordan Johnson

     Anyone wanting to know who the top junior recruit in the northwest is without an offer look no further. Devante Downs (6-3 235 Jr. RB/LB) is a freak , and watching his video you will see a kid that is just physically bigger and stronger then almost everybody. What’s crazy is that the kid is just starting his 11th grade season after earning second team all league honors the…

September 19, 2012
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Franklin Pierce RB Samuel Mintah Is All Business, On And Off The Field: By Ryland Spencer

September 19, 2012

       Spending last season behind All-SPSL RB Iopu Ignacio didn’t deter Samuel Mintah (5-7 175) from the idea of eventually becoming the go to guy at Franklin Pierce. Through three games Mintah has 514 yards rushing and 7 Tds for a Cardinals team still looking to find its true identity.      In week two Sam went wild. He rushed for 280 yards on just 16 carries and scored 4…

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One of Oregon’s Top Junior LB’s; Jacob Bucher (6-3 230) of Crescent Valley: By Jordan Johnson

September 17, 2012

       As we continue to go through our top junior athletes from the state’s of Oregon and Washington, we look at those who individuals who have established themselves early on in their career. One kid that sticks out like a sore thumb is Jacob Bucher (6-3 230 Jr. LB) of Crescent Valley, who has god given size and the desire to play ball at the highest level possible.     …

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