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Bellevue’s Shane Bowman snags UW offer: By Scott Eklund

       Bellevue DE Shane Bowman, who has been steadfast in his commitment to Oregon State since the summer, recently started hearing from the new Washington coaching staff and on Christmas eve he got a present as the Huskies extended an offer his way.      “Just received a scholarship from Washington,” Bowman announced via his twitter page.      The offer from the Dawgs joins full rides from Oregon State, Idaho,…

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2013 Washington All Underclassmen Team: By Ryland Spencer

Listed below are all of the individuals selected to this year’s 2013 Washington All Underclassmen Team. Congratulations to the state’s top returning athletes who we will see featured at our elite events and on the Barton Camp and Combine tour over the off season. We look forward to another great year as kids of the Pacific Northwest have continued to put the region on the map. Anyone you feel as though…

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One of Washington’s top sophomores; Dylan Axelson of Woodinville: By Scott Eklund

Click For Dylan Axelson Highlights        One of the top sophomore’s in the state of Washington this football season was Woodinville LB Dylan Axelson. He had a huge season from his linebacker position and is a player to watch in the 2016 in-state recruiting class.      Even though he’s a bit undersized as a linebacker at 5’10”, 185 pounds, Axelson still finished with a team-leading 59 tackles while tying…

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One of Oregon’s top Junior lineman; Nick Miller of Jesuit: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the more important, yet unrecognized headlines during the 6A state playoffs was the play of the Jesuit offensive line. John Andreas did some of his best work yet replacing four D1 kids upfront from the 2012 group.      Three 1st team All Metro athletes led the way this year with senior’s Mike Miller and Charlie Landgraf having stellar seasons, while Junior Nick Miller (6-3 265 OL) had…

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1st team All-State secondary from West Albany returns; JT Valenzuela & Joey Roos: By Jordan Johnson

       Fresh off one of the biggest upsets in Northwest history the West Albany Bulldogs have a lot to be excited about. The Oregon 5A champions bring back one of the top secondaries in the region led by JT Valenzuela (5-10 180 Jr. S/ATH) and Joey Roos (6-2 195 Jr. S/ATH), ranking as two of the top five safeties in the state.      As most know West lost to…

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Barton Football Introduces New Season: By Jordan Johnson

  The Pacific Northwest is the fastest growing football region in the country and all of us at Barton Football are excited for the biggest and best year yet. Key additions to the staff have been made with former (Houston Texan/Washington St Cougar) Alex Brink running Oregon, and Taylor Barton now up in Seattle heading up Washington. BFA is one of the largest football academies in the country going on…

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6-7 NW top recruit Jared Hilbers to lead talented Beaverton squad: By Jordan Johnson

       Jared Hilbers (6-7 270 Jr. OL/DL) out of Beaverton is one of the Northwest’s top recruits. He earned 3rd team all Metro honors this past season as the Beavers pulled one of the biggest upsets of the state playoffs, beating CVC champ Sprague 35-34 in OT, to kick off the opening round.      Hilbers is a kid that possesses massive size, but it is his upside and overall versatility…

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Top Athlete / No Offer; Skyline DE Josh Wright: By Ryland Spencer

Click For Josh Wright Highlights        The state of Washington is littered with defensive lineman that have a knack for getting to the QB. Arguably the top sackmaster in the state is Josh Wright (6’1″ 220) of Skyline High School in Sammamish.      As a junior Wright had nine sacks for the Spartans, who won the 4A state championship. This season, Wright doubled up finishing with 18 sacks, including twice…

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Catching up with Cascade QB Josh Smith: By Scott Eklund

       A resurgent Cascade (Everett, Wa.) program made their way into the state playoffs this past season and a big reason was the play of QB Josh Smith, a dynamic playmaker who hurt opposing defenses with his legs as well as his arm.      Smith finished the season by completing over 60% of his passes for 2,230 yards with 22 touchdowns and six interceptions while also rushing for nearly…

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Central Catholic bringing back elite trio of Junior Offensive Lineman; Blake Brandel, TJ Salu, Riley Gallant: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the most impressive aspects to the Central Catholic Rams winning the 6A state title is the fact that the team is stacked with underclassmen. The kids up front did a phenomenal job opening holes for D1 backs Ryan Nall and Cameron Scarlett, as both went off during the playoffs.      Blake Brandel (6-7 245), Riley Gallant (6-5 270) and TJ Salu (6-2 260) are ranked three…

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