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Washington Class of 2015 Top Athletes: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer and Scott Enyeart

  We will soon be releasing our 2015 rankings by position, and here we take a look at the top athletes within the State of Washington. This list will change a great deal over the coming season with a lot of talented juniors getting PT. These individuals are ordered based on college projection and not what has been accomplished thus far. There are many other athletes that are worthy of…

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Matt Wetzel and Jonah Jordan to lead always talented Mead team: By Jordan Johnson

       The Mead Panthers are fresh off a (10-2) season where they featured some of the top talent in the region. Danny Mattingly, Langston Ward, and Davian Barlow were three of the better players to come out of the Northwest in recent years, with Mattingly projecting as a future NFL athlete, now at Oregon.      The GSL power loses some elite kids, but they always produce consistent…

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Washington 4A/3A and Oregon 6A/5A Top 10 Team Rankings

  WASHINGTON 4A RANKINGS   Rank Team Points 1st Place Votes 1. Camas 30 (3) 2. (T) Chiawana 25 2. (T) Ferris 25 4. Newport 20 5. Graham-Kapowsin 13 6. Eastlake 12 7. Wenatchee 11 8. Union 9 9. (T) Federal Way 5 9. (T) Lake Stevens 5 Others Receiving Votes: Bellarmine Prep 4, Bothell 2   Jordan Johnson 1. Camas 2. Ferris 3. Newport 4. Chiawana 5. Graham-Kapowsin 6….

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Mikel Owes gives O’Dea a weapon in the passing game: By Scott Enyeart

       The talent on the roster at Seattle (Wash.) O’Dea High School is as deep as it’s ever been. Players like Pierre Le Dorze, Myles Gaskin, Jack Flor and Jarius McDade – just to name a few – are all big time high school players with potential to have success at the next level as well.      Because O’Dea’s offense is so run-oriented, one name that sometimes…

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#NEIpoll – What sporting event is on your “Bucket List” to attend?: By Scott Enyeart

The Little League team from Sammamish lost a heartbreaker in Williamsport, PA, after making a magical run to the Little League World Series. Watching the game got us thinking about how cool it would be to attend a LLWS game. Soon enough, we were thinking about other sporting events we found ourselves wanting to attend, which led us to the idea for this week’s #NEIpoll question… What sporting event is…

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Catching up with Federal Way’s Chico McClatcher: By Scott Eklund

       If you just go by what he looks like now compared to last season, 2015 Federal Way RB Chico McClatcher is prepped for a huge junior season. He spoke to Northwest Elite Index recently and updated us on recruiting as well as how his offseason has gone.      “We’re ready to do some big things,” McClatcher told NEI about his team. “We’ve been working hard getting…

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NEI Poll Results; Reader Submissions for Favorite Pre Game Pump Up Song: By Scott Enyeart

Our most recent #NEIpoll asked what is your favorite song to listen to before taking the field. Once again we saw a wide array of responses coming from players, coaches and parents alike. The variety of songs selected was pretty wide, and to be honest half the songs players picked I have never heard of – I think that means I am getting old. One thing is for sure, there…

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Drew Accimus and Woodinville looking to make a run: By Jordan Johnson

       One of our top ranked receivers in the state of Washington, Drew Accimus (6-4 200 Sr. WR) of Woodinville, will be a big factor for the Falcons in 2012. The talented wide out will be surrounded by legit skill kids that include the likes of Alek Kacmarcik (6-2 215 Sr. SS/RB), Wyatt Smith (5-8 180 Sr. RB), and Ian Biddle (5-10 175 Sr. DB).      Quarterback…

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Oregon 2015 Overall Top 50 Athletes: By Jordan Johnson

**We will soon be releasing our 2015 rankings by position, and here we take a look at the Overall top 50 within the state of Oregon. This list will change a great deal over the coming season with a lot of talented juniors getting PT. These individuals are ordered based on college projection and not what has been accomplished thus far.** There are many other athletes that are worthy of…

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New era at Inglemoor starting in the trenches: By Scott Enyeart

       In 2012, things didn’t exactly play out on the field the way the Kenmore (Wash.) Inglemoor football team would have liked. The Vikings finished 2-7, and entered the offseason with a bitter taste in their mouths.      With longtime head coach Frank Naish retiring after 34 seasons, former Woodinville offensive coordinator DJ Baddeley takes over, bringing with him excitement and optimism to the program.    …

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