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Ryan Nall offered / Tanner Sanders commits: By Jordan Johnson

  Tanner Sanders – Crescent Valley 6-5 200 ATH One of the region’s top athletes and most versatile threats, Tanner Sanders (6-5 200) of Crescent Valley, made his intentions known yesterday committing to the Oregon St Beavers. Sanders is a name most are familiar with, being a 4 year starter, that statistically ranked as one of the top 10 freshman receivers in the country to start his high school career. Speaking to Tanner shortly after the…

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Clackamas standout Brody Haehlen grabs first offer: By Jordan Johnson

       One of Oregon’s top two way threats, Brody Haehlen (6-4 245 Sr. DE/TE) out of Clackamas, had a week he will never forget earning his first scholarship offer from Montana.      Haehlen was a 2nd team all league kid on both sides of the ball in 2012, catching 37 passes for 420 yards, and 7 Td’s. He is ranked one of the state’s top TE’s, but had a…

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Skyline’s Kilton Anderson On his commitment: By Scott Enyeart

       New Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline QB Kilton Anderson isn’t all that far removed from finding a home to play his senior year of football. Several weeks ago the 6-foot-3, 200-pound Anderson who accounted for 45 touchdowns during his junior season, and runs a 4.5 40 yard dash – transferred to the Washington prep powerhouse from Naples HS in Florida where he was an All-State player.      But Anderson has…

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Canadian QB Ty Marshall continuing to make a name for himself: By Jordan Johnson

       Traveling around the Northwest on our 8 city camp and combine tour we got to see a majority of the region’s top athletes. One of the MVP QBs on the two month trip was Ty Marshall (6-1 215 Sr.) of Windsor Secondary School in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.      He immediately made a good impression with his arm at our Bellingham event, dropping dimes to Washington elite receivers Jalani…

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QB Brett Rypien Discusses Boise State Offer: By Scott Enyeart

       The state of Washington’s No. 1 ranked QB for the class of 2015, Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park’s Brett Rypien, picked up his fourth FBS offer this week, when the Boise State Broncos offered the junior-to-be a scholarship.      The 6-foot-2, 175-pound Rypien had spent last weekend in Boise at BSU’s camp, where the staff was able to get a first-hand look at the pro-style QB.      In 2012…

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Newport’s Drew Sample Makes College Decision: By Scott Enyeart

        The state of Washington’s #1 ranked TE for the class of 2014 has found a home.      Bellevue (Wash.) Newport tight end, Drew Sample has given a verbal commitment to attend Boise State on a football scholarship.      The 6-foot-4.5, 232-pound Sample picked up an offer from Boise State earlier this week, after camping with the Broncos over the weekend.      Sample gave his commitment to the BSU…

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Bellevue Christian’s Tate Razor: Small School Player with Big School Talent: By Scott Enyeart

       In an era in which high school athletes are constantly being told that they need to “specialize in one sport to be successful and make it to the next level”, there is a player at Bellevue (Wash.) Christian School who is proving that isn’t always the case.      BCS’s Tate Razor is not only a multi-sport athlete who plays football, runs track and wrestles for the Vikings, but…

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Stocks on the Rise; Roosevelt’s James Schell-Buchanan: By Jordan Johnson

Click for Camp/Combine Highlights        As much as any player state wide James Schell-Buchanan epitomizes why we have the ‘Stocks on the Rise’ category.      He has always been a talented athlete, but over the last year we have seen him make ridiculous strides with his game. You will see him ranked as one of the top (2014) DBs in Oregon, as his Barton Camp/Combine video demonstrates what he brings…

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2013 Black Tornado squad looking to make a run: By Jordan Johnson

       There is as much respect given to the North Medford Football program, by us at NEI and Barton Football, as any team in the state. They went (2-8) last season and started 13 sophomores , while having one of the better 2015 classes in Oregon.      Every weekend during the winter a group of NMHS athletes would make the trip from down south, and attend our winter elite…

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Bellevue’s Timmy Haehl Recaps Offers Before IVY Visits: By Scott Enyeart

  Bellevue (Wash.) DB/QB Timmy Haehl has established himself as one of the most sought-after prospects in the region for the class of 2014. Haehl is currently Washington’s No. 4 ranked DB, with the ability to play both corner and safety. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Haehl is a team captain in the state’s premier program, and for all his success on the field, his accomplishments and character off the field are…

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