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One of Washington’s top 2015 two-way players; Marquise Lee of Hazen: By Ryland Spencer

Click For Marquise Lee Highlights        One of the more under-the-radar athletes in the State of Washington is Hazen (Renton) RB/DB Marquise Lee (5’10” 190).      This past season, Lee was voted to the All-Seamount League first team as a defensive back and second team for his work at running back. Recently we named him to the second team (DB) and third team (RB) on our NEI All-Underclassmen Team. This comes…

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2015 Intro: Sumner WR Triston Wedington: By Scott Eklund

       Even though he played in a run-heavy offense this past season, Sumner (Wa.) WR Triston Wedington put up big enough numbers to receive First Team All-SPSL 2A honors and is one of the top returning wideouts in the state this coming fall.      While helping Sumner to an 11-1 record last year, Wedington hauled in 37 catches for 612 yards and 11 touchdowns, using his 6’1″, 175-pound frame…

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2015 Intro: Lindbergh WR Devon Jackson: By Scott Eklund

       As we continue to feature some of the top prospects in the Evergreen State and one that had a solid junior year was Lindbergh (Renton) WR Devon Jackson.      At nearly 6’2″ and weighing in at 173 pounds, Jackson was a handful for defenses and the Eagles used him in many different ways.      “I played receiver and defensive back mostly, but they also used me in the…

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D1 kids Justice Murphy & Rey Green lead up and coming Evergreen squad: By Jordan Johnson

Justice Murphy Highlights Rey Green Highlights        As the off season gets underway two individuals that will be recruited on a national level include Justice Murphy (6-1 190 Jr. WR) and Rey Green (5-10 190 So. RB), of Evergreen HS in Washington.      The Vancouver based school scored big with the hire of Don Johnson Jr. and he didn’t disappoint. Johnson led Milwaukie High School of Oregon to their…

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Jesuit returning special 2016 Sophomore Class: By Jordan Johnson

       Every year Jesuit seems to be one of the top teams in the Northwest and it looks like the trend will continue. The Crusaders return what looks to be one of the better classes in school history, with close to double digit sophomores starting during this year’s state championship run.      The Crusaders came up just short losing to Central Catholic 38-28 in the title game. Jesuit was…

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Chiawana LB Alex Weber gaining big time interest: By Scott Eklund

       A big reason that 4A State Champion Chiawana (Pasco, Wa.) was so tough defensively this year was the leadership and productivity of LB Alex Weber. The 6’1″, 225-pounder ended up being name a First Team All-State selection on numerous lists and has now started to focus on where he will play football in 2014.      “Winning a championship was the goal we set at the start of the…

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Layton and Puletasi look to get Mead back on track next season: By Ryland Spencer

AJ Layton Highlights Tyler Puletasi Highlights        More and more the eastern side of Washington is producing top end talent, especially from Mead High School in Spokane. Two years ago it was Langston Ward (Harvard) and Danny Mattingly (Oregon), this year Jonah Jordan (Eastern Washington Commit). Next in line look to be junior AJ Layton (LB/DB 5’11” 195) and sophomore Tyler Puletasi (LB 6’2″ 190).      Layton plays a rover (LB/DB) type…

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Bellevue’s Mustafa Branch talk about his first offer: By Scott Eklund

       After yet another champnionship, the sixth-straigth and 11th in the past 13 years, Bellevue’s top recruits have turned their attention toward recruiting. One that is starting to see his recruitment pick up steam is junior LB Mustafa Branch who recently picked up his first offer.      “I got an offer from Northwestern back at the end of November,” Branch told Northwest Elite Index. “Honestly, it was a bit…

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One of the Northwest’​s top Junior linebacker​s; Cy Sirmon of Wenatchee: By Jordan Johnson

       Cy Sirmon (6-2 225 Jr. LB) is a kid that has been training with us at Barton Football since his freshman season, and has now put himself in the conversation as one of the better junior linebackers on the west coast.      He was recently selected a first team all league kid on both sides of the ball and a unanimous 1st team backer. He will be a…

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Juanita DT Thomas Toki adds an SEC and two Pac-12 schools to ever expanding offer list: By Ryland Spencer

       Juanita’s Thomas Toki continues to see his stock rise as he recently picked up offers from Colorado, Utah and Vanderbilt. That brings his total to seven offers, including six from the Pac-12.      With Vanderbilt joining the race, Toki now has an opportunity to play in what many consider the best conference in college football, the SEC. This may just be the tip of the iceberg for Toki. “I’ve been in contact…

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