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VIDEO: Catching Up With Mercer Island’s Brad Kimball: By Scott Enyeart

       Several weeks ago, Brad Kimball, the powerful two-way lineman from Mercer Island (Wash.) High School, took a trip to the East Coast to check out some Ivy League schools and came away with offers from both Harvard and Yale.      The 6-foot-3, 245-pounder followed up his Ivy League tour – which also included visits to Dartmouth and Brown – with an offer from Cornell shortly after he returned…

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D1 genes and rising quickly; Sheldon’s Yadie Dunmore: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the fastest rising recruits in the state of Oregon is senior to be Yadie Dunmore (5-11 170 Jr. ATH/CB) of state champion Sheldon. The Irish were loaded last season and Yadie was a big part of their championship run, but this is the year he will be called upon to lead.      Dunmore went for over 1400 all purpose yards and 16 Tds as a sophomore at 4a Newport, before…

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West Linn continuing to produce consistent talent: By Jordan Johnson

       Expect to hear a lot about the West Linn Lions in the coming years. They have some of the top younger athletes in the state and a phenomenal coaching staff, led by 2nd year man Mike Fanger.      Hayden Coppedge (6-4 175 Sr. QB) will be back to lead the Lions this season, as he could very well end up being the state’s most recruited senior QB. Hayden’s…

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Newport’s Drew Sample Lands Big Offer

       The stock in Bellevue (Wash.) Newport tight end, Drew Sample continues to rise. The state of Washington’s #1 ranked TE for the class of 2014 has picked up yet another FBS offer, bringing his total to 12.      The 6-foot-4.5, 232-pound Sample picked up an offer from Boise State, after camping with the Broncos over the weekend.      “It was a great honor to get an offer from…

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One of the top two way threats in the 2015 class; Inglemoor TE/DE Jackson Gardner: By Scott Eklund

       Even though he’s only going to be a junior this fall, Inglemoor TE/DE Jackson Gardner is a name that recruitniks and coaches need to know. He’s got a big frame, a lot of athleticism and the drive to be the best he can be.      Gardner measures in at 6’5″ and weighs 230 pounds and recently started to make people take notice as he sports soft hands and…

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*VIDEO* Catching Up With Bothell WR Jackson Keimig: By Scott Enyeart

       We’ve mentioned to you in recent months that the football program at Bothell (Wash.) features one of the more inexperienced rosters in the state – or at least that’s how it appears on paper. The Cougars replace 21 starters from the 2012 squad, returning only class of 2015 QB Ross Bowers. However, though the names at the top of the depth chart may be new, they certainly aren’t…

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Bellevue Pair, Baker and Griffin, earn invites to The Opening: By Scott Enyeart

       Regardless of what high school team you’re a fan of, or follow in Washington, it is hard to argue against Bellevue as the standard bearer in the state when it comes to producing talent on the national level.      The Wolverine’s have once again raised the bar, as two current Bellevue players have been selected for the prestigious Nike event, “The Opening”, held annually in Eugene.      Running…

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Stocks on the Rise; Canby’s Dominic Shorter: By Jordan Johnson

Click for Dominic Shorter Highlights        Every year we look at athletes with a stock that could rise quickly. The Canby Cougars will be one of the top teams state wide at the 6A level and Dominic Shorter (6-0 180 Sr. RB/S) will be a big reason why.      The Cougars played one of the toughest schedules in the NW last season, and this year looks like more of the same. Shorter…

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Oregon (2014) LBs as Good as Advertised​; Sam Bodine & Ryan Nall: By Jordan Johnson

Combine Videos: Sam Bodine, Ryan Nall        Oregon’s 2014 class of linebackers is potentially the best group in state history with four athletes holding D1 offers, and double digit kids projecting at the collegiate level.      Joey Alfieri of Jesuit has quickly become one of the most recruited backers in the country, and will be in the conversation as maybe the best LB to come out of the state. The…

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Nationally ranked 2016 LB Joel Dublanko lands first SEC offer: By Jordan Johnson

       He’s barely 15 years old and Aberdeen HS Sophomore to be Joel Dublanko (6-3 215 LB) is already being courted on a national level. Dublanko comes in ranked the #2 backer nation wide for the 2016 class (SigningDay.com), and just recently picked up his first SEC offer from Mississippi St on his tour of SEC and ACC schools.      As most know Joel is talented beyond his years and has been training…

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