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Catching up with Cascade OL Randin Crecelius: By Scott Eklund

       For years, the Cascade (Everett, Wa.) Bruins had been an afterthought in the WESCO 4A. However, this past season, with a talented senior class, they made the playoffs and that is something that, senior OL Randin Crecelius takes a lot of pride in.      “(Going to the playoffs) was a huge accomplishment for us especially coming from the 0-20 seasons (two seasons with no wins) and being 5-5…

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Roosevelt senior James Schell-Buchanan sitting on the D1 bubble By Jordan Johnson

  Schell-Buchanan Highlights        One of the top senior’s in Oregon over the course of the 2013 season was senior James Schell-Buchanan (6-0 190) of Roosevelt. He was selected a 1st team all league kid on both sides of the ball, and earned 1st team all state WR honors and 2nd team all state DB accolades. He was also named the team MVP.      James was a three year…

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Oregon top ranked Junior Cameron Scarlett offered by OSU By Jordan Johnson

       Cameron Scarlett is one of the better Junior running back’s in the country and Thursday he received his first D1 offer from Oregon State. The kid from Central Catholic is fresh off a state title and a 1st team all state season, accounting for 33 TD’s and 2, 874 all purpose yards.      Cam has D1 genes as his brother Brennan was a player of the year in…

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One of 2016’s top lineman; Raemo Trevino of Bishop Blanchet: By Ryland Spencer

Click for Raemo Trevino Highlights        The State of Washington has been producing some very good lineman the last few years. A player to keep an eye on is C/DT Raemo Trevino (6’0″ 260) of Bishop Blanchet.      While he may not have they eye popping height that most people look for, he has a nastiness that you really can’t teach. This season Trevino was voted first team All-Metro…

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First Pac 12 offer rolls in for 2015 Bellevue LB Mustafa Branch: By Scott Eklund

       Just a couple of weeks ago, we reported that rising 2015 prospect, Bellevue (Wa.) Mustafa Branch had received his first offer. Well, the talented player receiver received his second offer, this one coming from a Pac 12 school.      “I got a call from the Oregon State coaches and they said they were offering me,” Branch told Northwest Elite Index. “I had just started talking to them a…

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2014 Oregon 6A State Title Contender Oregon City; By Jordan Johnson

       Over the next two seasons you can bank on the Oregon City Pioneers being one of the top teams in the state. The combination of a talented senior class and some elite underclassmen helped OC win the Three Rivers League title, going (9-2) on the year.      The TRL was top to bottom the toughest conference in the state and the Pio’s set the tone for the next…

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W.F. West QB Tanner Gueller picks up first offer: By Ryland Spencer

       News came in Wednesday that W.F. West (Chehalis, Wash.) QB Tanner Gueller had received his first offer when the Idaho State Bengals made a play at the 6-foot-3, 225-pound senior.      Gueller was recently named second team All-State by the Associated Press after a huge season in which he completed 172-of-272 passes for 2,435 yards and 36 TD’s. What might surprise most is that he also rushed for 768…

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One of Oregon’s top LB’s Commits to Air Force; Nick Underwood of Lake Oswego By Jordan Johnson

       For the last three years Nick Underwood has been one of the top LB’s in Oregon. On Tuesday he made his intentions known committing to the U.S. Air Force Academy over a host of other D1 schools.      Underwood had been offered by the likes of UNLV and Portland St, but found Air Force to be a good fit saying, “Selecting my future school was both exciting and…

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Federal Way’s Keenan Curran makes his commitment: By Scott Eklund

     Federal Way (Wa.) ATH Keenan Curran decided on Tuesday where he wanted to play his college ball and that will be at San Jose State starting in the fall.      “I have officially committed to further my education and play my college football at San Jose State University,” Curran said via Twitter. “I feel so relieved that me and my family are happy and that I get an opportunity…

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One of Oregon’s top Sophomores; DE Tony Kraus of Canby By Jordan Johnson

       If you are looking for the top Sophomore D lineman in Oregon you may want to check out Canby High School. Tony Kraus (6-3 235 DE) went off in 2013, helping his Cougars reach the 6A State Semi Finals, while racking up 1st team all league honors in what amounted to the state’s toughest conference.      His performance on the field only confirmed what most thought as Kraus…

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