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Emerald Ridge’s do-everything athlete, Ashanti Kindle: By Scott Eklund

       A player who has started to really pop up on the recruiting scene over the past couple of months is Emerald Ridge RB/S Ashanti Kindle. The senior-to-be is expected to be a key cog in the Jaguars’ attack this fall and he’s seen recruiting pick up with some good camp performances.      Kindle is a two-way threat for Emerald Ridge. As a junior he totaled over…

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On The Recruiting Trail; Skyline DE/OLB Josh Wright: By Scott Enyeart

       Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline defensive end Josh Wright is coming off a junior season that saw him earn All-KingCo honors as one of the top sack-leaders in the state. In addition to rushing the passer, Wright has shown that he can be equally effective against the run.      As the offseason has progressed, recruiting for the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Wright has started to pick up, though somehow he…

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Pullman HS talent David Ungerer lands FBS offer: By Jordan Johnson

       A player we have gotten to see at multiple workouts over the last month, David Ungerer III (5-7 160 Sr. Slot/ATH) out of Pullman HS, recently just landed his first offer from the Idaho Vandals.      The talented Slot/WR attended a University of Idaho team camp, and went off. His performance there combined with last season’s production was good enough for the Vandals to make their…

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One of the best players in Oregon; Jr. Chase Morrison of Jesuit: By Jordan Johnson

       Get used to the name Chase Morrison (5-10 173 Jr. RB/CB) as the Jesuit standout will be considered one of the top players in Oregon this season.      Morrison MVP’d the premier event of the year in Bellevue at the RDAF College Showcase last weekend. It was great to see the speedster do his thing, as Chase is hands down one of the most versatile athletes…

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One of WA’s best for 2015; MVP DB Dehonta Hayes of Lincoln: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top players at the NW College Showcase was DB Dehonta Hayes (5-11 175 Jr.) of Tacoma’s Lincoln High School.      Hayes comes back ranked maybe the top junior DB in the state, along with Marysville Pilchuck’s Austin Joyner and Juanita’s Terin Adams. He earned MVP DB honors for the state of Washington at the event.      Dehonta is coming off a sophomore year where he had a state leading…

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Nate Lewis and Max Gray look to “climb the mountain” at Arlington: By Scott Enyeart

       When you think about the Arlington (Wash.) duo of linebacker Nate Lewis and wide receiver Max Gray, two words come to mind – “never satisfied”.      From a team perspective, the pair embodies the attitude of the Arlington program, a program not satisfied with last season’s first-round playoff exit. The Eagles are looking to build on that success of last year and make a run at…

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Talented Oregon athlete Andre Reasno to lead David Douglas in 2013: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the state’s top overall athletes, Andre Reasno (5-10 170) of David Douglas, is back in 2013 and looks to be even better.      The Scots lose a host of starters from a season ago, but Reasno and lineman Bryson Dizon (6-3 275 Sr. OL/DL) will be key to the DD squad.      David Douglas is led by one of Oregon’s most respected coaches…

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Catching up with O’Dea’s Jarius McDade: By Scott Eklund

       Seattle (Wash.) O’Dea defensive tackle Jarius McDade is one of the biggest defensive line prospects in the state of Washington and he’s already got two offers to his name. He loves to compete and this summer he’s filled up his schedule with opportunities to do just that.      As a junior for the Irish last season, McDade posted over 50 tackles and four sacks, using his…

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NW College Showcase Top Performers – Overall MVP’s + Oregon QB/WR/DB Breakdown: By Jordan Jonhson

We can’t say enough good things about all the participants in Sunday’s Northwest College Showcase at Bellevue’s Interlake HS. Dozens of players performed well, and should be proud of themselves for the level at which they competed. Several attendees representing the state of Oregon had standout performances on the big stage that are worth recognizing. In no particular order, these individuals were “elite performers” in the QB/WR/DB group and our…

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NW College Showcase Top Performers – Washington QB/WR/DB: By Scott Enyeart

We can’t say enough good things about all the participants in Sunday’s Northwest College Showcase at Bellevue’s Interlake HS. Dozens of players performed well, and should be proud of themselves for the level at which they competed. Several attendees representing the state of Washington had standout performances on the big stage that are worth recognizing. In no particular order, these individuals were “elite performers” in the QB/WR/DB group. Quarterbacks Kevin…

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