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Bellevue’s Shane Bowman commits to Pac-12 school: By Scott Enyeart

       Another Northwest standout has made his college decision, as Bellevue (Wash.) defensive end Shane Bowman gave a verbal commitment to attend Oregon State earlier Saturday.      The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Bowman is the No. 2 ranked defensive linemen in the state of Washington and one of the many FBS-level players playing for the Wolverines this fall.      The offer from OSU was the most recent for…

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Horizon Christian’s Isaiah Hall & Parker Belan to lead after loss of D1 talent: By Jordan Johnson

  The kids out of 3A Horizon Christian are a group that we have gotten to know well over the last few seasons, as they featured multiple D1 athletes on last year’s roster. All-everything Northwest standout Wyatt Houston is now on full scholarship at one of the fastest rising D1 programs in America in Utah St. He was Oregon’s #1 ranked TE last season, and is now competing for the…

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Oregon and Washington #1 ranked athletes for 2017; Elijah Molden & Salvon Ahmed: By Jordan Johnson

       We are always sensitive about reporting on athletes that are still really young, but both of these kids project as two of the top athletes in the country for the 2017 class. Even more impressive is that they are outstanding character kids and legit role models amongst their peers.      Many may be familiar with the last name, as West Linn, Oregon freshman standout Elijah Molden…

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Camas QB Reilly Hennessey makes college commitment: By Scott Enyeart

       Exciting news for Camas (Wash.) quarterback Reilly Hennessey, Washington’s co-No. 1 QB for the class of 2014.      On Friday, while in attendance at Eastern Washington University’s QB camp, the 6-foot-3, 195-pound signal-caller gave a verbal commitment to play football for the Eagles next fall.      “Everything felt right. From the coaching staff, to the campus, to the facilities, to the direction of the program,”…

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2013; potentially Roosevelt’s best team ever: By Jordan Johnson

       While most of the PIL is currently in decline, the Roosevelt Roughriders are thriving under the leadership of Coach Christian Swain and his staff. They went (7-4) last season for the second year in a row, and bring back 4 kids who already hold D1 offers.      Quarterback Kimane Domena (6-2 185 Jr.) is quickly becoming one of the most recruited dual threat QB’s in the…

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Washington Updated 2014 Rankings (RB/WR/ATH’s): By Jordan Johnson

Over the next week we will be posting overviews of the 2014 Oregon and Washington updated rankings by position. All of us at NEI and the Barton Football Academy feel fortunate to be able to work with a majority of the region’s top athletes. There’s not a perfect ranking system, but we do our best based on all of the criteria listed. The Pacific Northwest is the fastest growing football…

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Ranking Washington’s Top 10 HS Football Uniforms: By Ryland Spencer and Scott Enyeart

We are very excited to be starting a new interactive feature here at NEI, where players and fans of high school football here in the Northwest will be able to answer a weekly question relating to the game we all love and the players who play it. Readers will be able to submit their answers via twitter by simply tweeting using the hashtag #NEIpoll, and top tweets and poll results…

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Talented Issaquah QB Jack Neary moving up the charts: By Jordan Johnson

       A kid quickly jumping up the charts is Issaquah (Wash.) QB Jack Neary (6-3 200 Sr.). He has had an impressive offseason thus far and will come back as the leader of a very promising Eagles squad.      Neary is surrounded by a group of talented athletes who make up one of the most respected programs in Washington. Since 2008 Issaquah has gone 32-15, playing in…

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Versatile Franklin Pierce ATH Daimoni Delevergne ready for big year: By Scott Enyeart

       The football team at Tacoma (Wash.) Franklin Pierce HS could be one that makes some noise this fall. With ultra-talented LB Brett Carter returning from an injury that sidelined him for all of his junior season, and a host of other young talent, the Cardinals could surprise folks this year.      A player who will factor into that equation will be Daimoni Delevergne – one of…

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Oregon Updated 2014 Rankings (RB/WR/ATH’s): By Jordan Johnson

Over the next week we will be posting overviews of the 2014 Oregon and Washington updated rankings by position. All of us at NEI and the Barton Football Academy feel fortunate to be able to work with a majority of the region’s top athletes. There’s not a perfect ranking system, but we do our best based on all of the criteria listed. The Pacific Northwest is the fastest growing football…

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