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Oregon D1 projected Offensive Lineman Tanner Davies of Sheldon: By Jordan Johnson

         As the regular season comes to an end we will start to see recruiting pick up for some of the state’s top ranked athletes. One of the top kids on our board is the #2 ranked Offensive Lineman for 2014, Tanner Davies (6-3 295 Sr. OL) of Sheldon. He is a three year starter who has already played in two state title games, winning last years championship….

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Marysville​-Pilchuck OL/TE Kyle Durick turning heads: By Scott Eklund

       At 8-0, Marysville-Pilchuck is one of the top 3A programs in the state and one of the leaders up front in their vaunted rushing attack is OT Kyle Durick who takes a lot of pride in paving the way for his teammates.      “I am probably at my best run-blocking,” Durick told Northwest Elite Index recently. “We’re a running team, so you’d better be pretty good at it….

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for October 28th, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

  Cade Smith Jr. QB West Salem – One of the state’s top junior’s accounted for 366 (193 passing, 173 rushing) of the Titans 473 total yards of offense and 3 TD’s in the 44-35 win over McNary. Yadie Dunmore Sr. RB Sheldon – Dunmore continued his impressive senior campaign carrying the rock 16 times for 221 yards and 3 TDs in the 45-25 win at Grants Pass. Chase Morrison…

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Catching up with Graham-Kapowsin RB Teague James: By Scott Eklund

       As one of the top returning tailbacks in the state this year, there were a lot of expectations heaped on Graham-Kapowsin RB Teague James. So far, he’s lived up to them and more, helping to lead his team to an 8-0 record and they are poised for a big playoff run…      “Things have been going great,” James told Northwest Elite Index. “We’re doing exactly what we expected…

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Springfield and Sophomore QB Trever Watson the real deal: By Jordan Johnson

       If you could put a franchise tag on a coach I would start with Springfield’s Dave Heuberger. The Miller’s program is now in a completely different state, as they are not only winning but doing so with some of the top younger athletes in Oregon.      Sophomore QB Trever Watson (5-10 180) looks to be a favorite for MWL Player of the Year honors, after starting as a…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 Predictions with Analysis (10/23): By Ryland Spencer

  Name Wins Losses Ryland 109 – 20 Jordan 114 – 16   4A Top Ten   #1 Camas Papermakers (7-0) vs Heritage Timberwolves (2-5) Camas all but locked up the GSHL with a win last week vs Union. I guarantee they will not let off the gas. QB Reilly Hennessey will continue to throw, and I am sure he will do plenty of that this week. RB Nate Beasley will continue…

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One of the top Sophomore duo’s in the West; Conner Mitchell & Trevon Bradford of Oregon City: By Jordan Johnson

       As we close out the regular season, the Oregon City Pioneers could be the hottest team in the state. They currently sit at (7-1) and are ranked #5 in our latest NEI 6A Poll.      OC is led by a strong senior class and some of the top younger athletes in the region. Big season’s from QB Jonathan Hall and WR Matt Oades have been huge, with Sr…

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A two-sport star and under the radar; Auburn Mountainview’s Joey Cassano: By Ryland Spencer

Click For Joey Cassano Highlights          One of the true breakout stories of this season has been the play of Auburn Mountainview WR Joey Cassano (Sr. 5’10” 190).      Through just 7 games, Cassano has accumulated 59 receptions, 920 yards and 10 TDs. This comes after a junior campaign in which Cassano was voted first team All-SPSL 3A after reeling in 58 catches for 565 yards and two…

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Oregon 6A/5A Top 10 Predictions with Analysis (10/23): By Jordan Johnson

    6A Top Ten   Centennial (5-3) 14 @ #1 Central Catholic (8-0) 65 The Eagles have played better but this shouldn’t be close. CC is as dominant as I have ever seen them, and even if you want to 10+ D1 kids is tough to stop.   #2 Tigard (8-0) 69 @ Forest Grove (4-4) 7 Expect Tigard to play their starters a little longer this week, in…

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Catching up with David Ungerer III of Pullman: By Braulio Perez

       Being the son of a veteran, 27-year football coach, Pullman’s David Ungerer III has done his fair share of traveling throughout his young life. Most recently, he arrived to Pullman, Wash. in 2010, when his father, Dave Ungerer, was named the special teams and running backs coach by Washington State.      After two seasons, the elder Ungerer and his fellow WSU assistants were not retained by new coach…

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