Big Time D1 Recruit Doug Brenner Commits to Oregon: By Jordan Johnson

September 9, 2012

       In some of the most exciting news of this early 2012 season Jesuit high profile athlete Doug Brenner (6-3 280 Sr.) is committing to Oregon. Brenner attended the Oregon St and Wisconsin game yesterday and feels confident about his decision.      Doug’s a kid that we got to know early on in his career,  and as we have said time and time again he’s even a better person…

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Eastside Catholic OL Christian Shigley is Ivy League bound: By Scott Eklund

  It wasn’t long ago that we reported that Eastside Catholic OL Christian Shigley had seen an increase in interest as well as offers. After solid performances on the camp circuit this summer and late last week, the talented linemen decided to end the recruiting process and committed to play for Harvard over offers from Yale, Brown, Cornell and Tufts University. “It was down to Yale and Harvard for me,”…

September 4, 2012
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Sam Riddle and Century Looking at a Special Season By Jordan Johnson

September 4, 2012

If your looking for a game to go to on a Friday night I highly recommend checking out the Jaguars of Century HS, who have by far and away the best group of athletes on one team in school history. The community should be excited as we have the Jags ranked in the Top 10 on a state wide level, although there is a good chance others will leave them…

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O’Dea Super Sophomore Myles Gaskin is Legit By Jordan Johnson

September 4, 2012

Get used to the name Myles Gaskin (5-10 190 So. RB/S) as he is going to be one of the top backs in the entire northwest, and maybe even the country over the next three years. The O’Dea super sophomore scored 2 Tds in his first Varsity start while splitting time with one of the fastest kids in the country in Tatum Taylor, who unfortunately went down with an injury….

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Mt Hood Conf Player of the Year Devauntae Hoffman Returns: By Jordan Johnson

Mt Hood Conference Player of the Year Devauntae Hoffman (5-8 190 Sr. RB/CB) is back and he will be the focal point of the Gophers attack all season. Gresham loses almost their entire line, but have some talented underclassmen with good size that should step up. Hoffman is a kid that has been a 1st team all league athlete for the last two seasons, and beat out everyone last year…

September 3, 2012
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Top Metro talent and new two way threat Dominic Johnson – Aloha

August 30, 2012

One of the fastest rising players state wide is Aloha’s Dominic Johnson ( 6-2 245 Sr.FB/LB). The transfer from Grant has showed up on the scene over at Aloha and has looked nothing short of phenomenal. He played on the D line for the Generals last season before moving to the Beaverton area, and had a very impressive off season on the camp circuit. Johnson will start at backer this…

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Lynden ATH Zach Vis down but not out

With so much on the line this year — a chance to repeat as 2A State Champions and the possibility of breaking several season and career receiving marks — Lynden two-way star Zach Vis was expecting to have a stellar senior season. However, a broken collarbone will put those thoughts on hold a bit for the next few weeks as he heals up and gets ready to contribute to one…

August 29, 2012
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Royster family duo and Lakeridge all good to go in 2012

Many of you who have followed professional sports over the years are most likely familiar with the name Royster. Growing up I became familiar with the last name through football and baseball and for good reason. As we embark on the 2012 season a kid that everyone should get familiar with is junior standout Marqueese Royster (6-1 255 DE), who will be one of the leaders on the Lakeridge D….

August 28, 2012
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Graham-Kapowsin Junior RB Dylan Campbell making noise

August 26, 2012

(Dylan Campbell 6-1 175 Jr.RB Graham-Kapowsin HS) A young runner to keep an eye on this fall is Graham-Kapowsin junior tailback Dylan Campbell, a 6’1″, 175-pounder who is coming off a solid sophomore season in 2011, and now that he’s the established starter he should be able to put up some big numbers for the Eagles this fall. “I started all but one game last season,” Campbell told Northwest Elite…

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Legit & Elite WA Junior QB Nick Mitchell Mount Si

(One of WA’s top Junior QB’s Nick Mitchell 6-2 175 Mt Si) Not quite sure what’s in the water in the State of Washington, but it has legitimately become Quarterback U and things only seem to be picking up. Another kid that we really like is Mt Si’s Nick Mitchell (6-2 175 Jr. QB) who has had as good an off season as any QB state wide. The top six…

August 25, 2012
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