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Oregon 6A Offensive/Defensive Player of the Year Candidates: By Jordan Johnson

Overall MVP Joey Alfieri 6-3 225 Sr. RB/LB Jesuit – (Committed: Stanford)     One of the top players in the country, earning Metro League Player of the Year honors. Alfieri rushed for 1, 712 yards and 23 TD’s in 7 games, averaging nearly 250 a contest. He is one of the only kids in state history that could legitimately win the award on both sides of the ball. The…

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Woodinville OL Andre Dillard picks up first Pac-12 offer: By Braulio Perez

       It was only about three weeks ago that the WSU coaches got in contact with in-state hoss Andre Dillard. The Woodinville, Wash. product was invited to WSU to take in the Utah game, a trek he made with has Father Mitch, who suited up for the Cougs in the mid-80s. Before he left Pullman, though, both Andre and Mitch received some great news from area recruiter Eric Russell…

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Conner Baumann makes his choice: By Scott Eklund

       One of the more versatile and athletic players we at Northwest Elite Index ran across during the start of the 2014 recruiting cycle was Newport’s Conner Baumann. The talented athlete recently visited one of his top schools and decided he’d seen enough and made the call on where he wants to play his college football.      “I chose to commit to Eastern Washington tonight,” Baumann told NEI. “I…

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One of the nation’s best commits to Oregon; Henry Mondeaux: By Jordan Johnson

       Henry Mondeaux (6-5 245 Sr. DE/LB/TE) will go down as one of the better high school players to ever come out of the state. The Jesuit standout made his intentions known this evening committing to the University of Oregon.      Mondeaux is widely regarded as one of the top dual threat athletes in the nation, and can play on either side of the ball at the highest level….

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One of the NW’s top Junior Athletes; Sam Inos of Tigard: By Jordan Johnson

       When referencing the top athletes in the Northwest for the 2015 class, one of the first names that comes to mind is Sam Inos (5-11 175 Jr.) of Tigard. He is ranked our #1 Safety and #2 Junior Slot state wide, making him one of the most appealing recruits in the region.      Inos showed his versatility in their recent dismantling of #6 North Medford (10-2) on the…

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Another Pac 12 offer for O’Dea’s Gaskin: By Scott Eklund

       While he waited longer than expected for his first offer, things have picked up over the past two weeks for O’Dea (Seattle) RB Myles Gaskin, one of the top 2015 prospects in the Evergreen State, and he recently picked up his second Pac 12 offer when Washington State spoke to him late last week.      “Washington State just offered me a couple of days ago,” Gaskin told Northwest…

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On the recruiting trail; Glacier Peak OL Nick Hensley: By Ryland Spencer

Click For Nick Henlsey Highlights        One of the state’s top offensive lineman over the past few years, and a player consistently moving up the rankings board is Glacier Peak OL Nick Hensley (Sr. 6’1″ 250).      He is a returning All-State lineman from his junior season and was a big part of a Grizzlies offensive line that many consider to be one of the best in the state….

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Oregon’s Most Underrated Seniors: By Jordan Johnson

Listed below are some of Oregon’s most underrated senior’s. All of the individuals mentioned are NOT listed on our 2014 rankings board but should be. One of the main goals at NEI/ Barton Football is to recognize all of the athletes who are deserving and not just a select few. Each of these players will be added to our positional rankings as we think they could all play and do…

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Fife DT Monike Failauga is still waiting: By Scott Eklund

Click For Monike Failauga Highlights        Fife’s Monike Failauga is a mammoth interior defensive lineman who has put up huge numbers the past three years, but he’s still waiting on his first offer and Northwest Elite Index spoke to him recently to get an update on things.      “We didn’t make the playoffs, so right now I’m just working out and hoping I start to get some looks from…

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OFFICIAL: Oregon 2015 DL/LB/CB/S: By Jordan Johnson

  We will have athletes ranked numerically and an honorable mention list, based on who PROJECTS HIGHEST AT THE NEXT LEVEL. There are a variety of factors that go into determining who projects where… These include (Current offers, Size, testing, All league/State accolades, camp/combine performances, stats, competition levels, D1/NFL Genes, GPA, Overall character/work ethic etc.). You can be a very talented high school athlete and not project to a high…

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