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Under The Radar – Glacier Peak’s Nick Hensley: By Scott Enyeart

       There may not be a more under-the-radar line prospect in the state of Washington than Snohomish (Wash.) Glacier Peak big man, Nick Hensley.      Now, certainly “under-the-radar” is a relative term when describing a player who stands at 6-foot-2, 250-pounds and was named 1st Team All-Wesco 3A South, 1st Team All-Area and 2nd Team All-State like Hensley was.      Hensley has started at least one…

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One of the region’s best grabs first offer; Canby’s Sam Bodine: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top linebackers in the Pacific Northwest, Sam Bodine (6-2 220) of Canby, got some much overdue news Tuesday night.      Nigel Burton and the Portland State Vikings did the smart thing by extending a scholarship offer to the in-state talent. Most of us considered Bodine the top recruit in the region without an offer, and it was refreshing to see the Viks make…

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Rogers HS (Puyallup) Building Team Unity: By Scott Enyeart

       Last month at the Barton Football Academy combine in Bellevue we noticed something out of the ordinary. As players came through the height and weight lines, a string of 10 players in a row all were from the same school – by far the largest group from a single school we’d ever seen on the tour.      It’s not unusual to see a handful of kids…

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Stock Rising for Kentlake’s Mason Johnson: By Scott Enyeart

       There may not be a more intriguing line prospect in the Northwest this year than 2014 OL/DL Mason Johnson of Kent (Wash.) Kentlake High School.      Johnson is a player who is currently ranked in the Top 10 on both sides of the ball, coming in at No. 6 offensively and No. 5 defensively for the state of Washington.      As a sophomore in 2011,…

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Oregon’s Special 2015 QB Class: By Jordan Johnson

1. Kimane Domena 6-2 185 Roosevelt (Offers: BYU, Colorado St, Portland St)   Just a phenomenal overall talent. Has been offered as a quarterback and as an athlete. There are several other Mid Major and Pac 12 schools interested and close to offering right now, after he accounted for 35 Tds as a sophomore (19 passing, 16 rushing). He went for 782 rushing yards and 1457 passing yards leading Roosevelt…

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2015 Lineman: Roberts, Throckmorton, Adams – Washington’s Trip Towers: By Jordan Johnson

Henry Roberts (6-7 275 OT) Bellevue   The Region’s top offensive lineman for the 2015 class, Henry Roberts of Bellevue, is one of the more humble kids you will ever meet. He currently holds offers from Washington, Arizona, and Arizona St playing for one of the best high school teams in America. Roberts did not start a game last season, just to show you how talented and deep the Wolverines…

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Bellevue’s Shane Bowman Lands Pac-12 Offer: By Scott Enyeart

       The list of players grabbing Pac-12 offers from Bellevue (Wash.) High School, continues to grow, as yet another another Wolverine has been offered to play in the West Coast’s premier athletic conference.      Bellevue’s Shane Bowman, a 6-foot-4, 242-pound defensive end, recently picked up his fifth offer, from Oregon State.      Bowman is currently the state’s No. 1 ranked defensive end, and No. 2 ranked…

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Under the radar; Anthony Fleck of Ferndale: By Scott Eklund

       While he isn’t the biggest player from a physical standpoint, make no mistake, Ferndale RB/DB Anthony Fleck will play a huge roll in helping Ferndale make a run at a Northwest League Championship this fall.      Standing just 5’6″ and weighing 170 pounds, Fleck isn’t the biggest prospect, at least as far as physical stature is concerned, but he’s poised to be one of the reasons why the…

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