Northwest top Safety for 2016 Brady Breeze Makes Commitment

        Exciting news out of Portland as Brady Breeze (6-1 200 16′ S/RB) of Central Catholic High School has committed to the University of Oregon. Breeze is considered one of the top safety’s in America for the class of 2016 and the Ducks didn’t wait to offer after he MVP’d their camp in June.       We got to know Brady well over the off season as he was a…

July 19, 2014
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One of the top teams in the country; Central Catholic 2014

Give Coach Steve Pyne and his staff a lot of credit, putting together what could potentially be the most talented team ever to play high school football in Oregon. They will have an opportunity to battle nationally ranked California State Champion St John Bosco in Week 2 of the regular season, after a rematch of the 2013 state title game against Jesuit in Week 1. The Rams finished ranked the…

July 15, 2014
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State’s Highest Ranked Kicker; Spencer Pettit of Glacier Peak

At NEI we pride ourselves in accuracy with our player rankings. They are separated by class and position, but there is something missing… We do not rank specialists. We leave specialists to the national experts, and those experts rank Spencer Pettit of Glacier Peak (Snohomish, Wash.) as Washington’s best. This past season, in helping the Grizzlies to an 8-3 record, Pettit was named 1st team All-Wesco (K), 2nd team All-Wesco…

July 14, 2014
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NW top 2016 talent and future D1 receiver Cody Coppedge of West Linn

One of the Northwest’s top ranked receivers for the 2016 class is Cody Coppedge (6-3.5 180) of West Linn (OR). He earned 1st team all league honors as a sophomore in the state’s toughest conference (TRL) , catching 40 passes for 526 yards and a TD. As most know Cody comes from a very athletic family, with his father being a former Duck, and older brother Hayden excelling in football…

July 13, 2014
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Under the Radar; Daron Camacho of Chief Sealth

Click for Daron Camacho Highlights   Most football fans in this state probably couldn’t tell you where Chief Sealth International High School is, but you may want to keep an eye on the small school in the south part of West Seattle, as two-way standout Daron Camacho (’16) is set to do big things in 2014. At five-foot-nine, Camacho may be smaller than most athletes on the field, but his…

July 12, 2014
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Kent Meridian’s Daigbe is an emerging star in the 2016 class

  Kent Meridian ATH Emmanuel Daigbe had a great summer, showcasing his talents at a couple of regional camps and, as he heads into his junior season with the Royals this fall, he hopes to put himself squarely in the sights of college football coaches. “I’ve had a good summer and offseason with my team and at some camps,” Daigbe told Northwest Elite Index recently. “I’ve been working a lot…

July 12, 2014
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