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Toki gets two new Pac 12 offers: By Scott Eklund

       Juanita (Kirkland, Wa.) DT Thomas Toki, a rising 2015 recruit, already had two Pac 12 offers and on Tuesday he received full rides from two more.      Toki, a 5’11.5″, 285-pound defensive tackle for the Rebels, already had full rides from Washington State and UCLA and on Tuesday, head coach Shaun Tarantola informed NEI that his junior-to-be also received offers from Arizona State and Oregon State.      After a…

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Southridge QB AJ Woodin grabs big time award at Elite 11: By Jordan Johnson

AJ Woodin Combine Video          One of the fastest rising QB recruits in the region AJ Woodin (5-11 185 Jr.) doesn’t have prototypical quarterback size, but is climbing the charts quickly. Just last month he was the only QB to jump in our rankings, and this past weekend he earned an elite award on a national stage.      The Elite 11 held their regional camp in San Francisco…

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Elite Jesuit LB Joey Alfieri earns invite to NIKE Opening and wins NFTC MVP: By Jordan Johnson

Joey Alfieri Salem Combine Video          The accolades seem to just keep adding up for one of the nation’s top LB’s in Joey Alfieri of Jesuit. The Oregon standout went down to the Bay this weekend and won the NFTC MVP LB Award, with a host of the region’s top athletes in attendance.      This was followed up by an invitation to the prestigious “NIKE Opening” , representing the state of Oregon…

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Two-Way Standout Brian Nault Emerging at Shelton HS: By Scott Enyeart

       Shelton (Wash.) High School has a strong recent history of producing high-caliber players under head coach Matt Hinkle, and the next player in that line of success appears to LB/OL Brian Nault.      The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Nault earned offensive line honorable mention All-League honors as a freshman, and 2nd team All-League at linebacker as a sophomore. Now entering his junior season, Nault is set to establish as one…

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Shadle Park’s Brett Rypien Lands 2nd FBS 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 second FBS offer on Monday night from the University of Idaho.      Rypien also currently holds an offer from Washington State.      In 2012 Rypien helped lead Shadle Park to the state playoffs while completing 63% of his passes for 3,574 yards, throwing 29 TD’s against…

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Under recruited senior WR the Real Deal; Beaverton’s Davasyia Hagger: By Jordan Johnson

       Recruiting’s a crazy thing as we sit here in late May with one of the region’s best senior’s looking for a place to play. Davaysia Hagger (6-4.5 200) out of Beaverton was primarily a basketball kid for most of his high school career, but what we saw at our Barton Camp/Combine Sunday completely changed things.      Hagger met up for a workout with Taylor Barton and the NW’s top QBs on…

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Becker shows leadership both on and off the field: By Scott Eklund

       While he isn’t the biggest quarterback out there, mesaureing in at just over 6’0 tall and weighing 180 pounds, there is no questioning the stature of Capital (Olympia, Wa.) QB Derrick Becker as a leader. The Cougars lost nearly 30 seniors from a team that made it all the way to the state semifinals, but the talented signal-caller isn’t using that as an excuse. He sees it as…

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One of the nation’s best Henry Mondeaux lands 8th offer: By Jordan Johnson

       A few days removed from landing three scholarship offers in a single afternoon, nationally ranked TE/DE/OLB Henry Mondeaux (6-5 245 Jr.) grabbed an offer from the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The kid out of Jesuit was offered by Arizona State, Boise State, and Nevada on Tuesday and was stoked about the Husker offer.      “The TE coach came by my school and offered me, it feels great getting offered by a major…

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Sheldon’s Mitch Herbert and Lakeridge’s Marqueese Royster grab first offer: By Jordan Johnson

       A kid we have been talking about for a long time got some good news today, as the Portland State Vikings made their intentions known offering Lakeridge DL Marqueese Royster (6-1 250 Jr. DL).      As many know Marqueese comes from a long line of professional athletes, which includes the likes of his father (Marcus) who played in the NFL and the Arena League. You also can’t forget his uncle Mazio…

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Getting Acquainted With Mead’s Jonah Jordan: By Scott Enyeart

       You would be hard pressed to find a more dominant two-way lineman in the state of Washington than Spokane (Wash.) Mead’s Jonah Jordan.      While the state of Washington is littered with two-way players, few are able to play both sides of the ball at equally high levels, especially in the trenches. Jordan, however, has the ability to play either offense or defense collegiately. In fact, he recently…

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