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Coupeville building to the future: By Scott Enyeart

       Coupeville (Wash.) head coach Tony Maggio is a man with a plan.      The Wolves’ second-year head coach was pleased with the growth his team showed in his first season at the helm, and as he enters year two, his optimism for the programs continued progress is evident.      “We are working hard. I think we will put together a good team this year,” Maggio tells NEI. “Our…

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The Tides of Gig Harbor could be Legit in 2013: By Jordan Johnson

       A team on the rise but still with a lot of question marks are the Tides out of Gig Harbor. We have seen a handful of kids at our elite events, and most recently our regional Issaquah Barton Camp/Combine where they each did very well. Reese Carlson (6-4 205 Jr. WR/S) looked super legit, and was selected as one of the WR MVP’s on the day with triple…

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Newport TE Drew Sample Lands Two More FBS Offers: By Scott Enyeart

       It’s been a busy week for Bellevue (Wash.) Newport tight end, Drew Sample. In the last seven days, the state of Washington’s #1 ranked TE in the class of 2014, took home offensive MVP honors at the BFA Issaquah Combine and then followed that up with two FBS offers.      Late last week, the 6-foot-4.5, 232-pound Sample picked up an offer from the University of South Florida of…

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Checking in with Camas QB Reilly Hennessey: By Scott Eklund

       On a yearly basis, the state of Washington produces a crop of talented signal-callers and this year is no different. One of the top gun-slingers in the state is Camas’ Reilly Hennessey who helped lead the Papermakers deep into the state 4A playoffs as a junior this past fall.      Hennessey has a great frame and a strong arm and used those two traits along with his solid…

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Juanita’s Toki grabs Pac-12 Offer: By Scott Eyeart

       Kirkland (Wash.) Juanita DT Thomas Toki picked up his first offer Friday evening from the UCLA Bruins.      The 5-foot-11.5, 285-pound Toki is the No. 1 ranked defensive lineman in the state of Washington for the class of 2015.      Toki said that he was offered by UCLA assistant Steve Broussard.      “This is a big surprise,” Toki told NEI via phone Friday night. “My coach told me…

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Southern Oregon Football in Review: By Jordan Johnson

  ** There are a lot more kids not mentioned here that we are hoping to see Sunday. Southern Oregon football brings a lot of pride and tradition to the state, as we always look forward to getting down South. Our first three camps and combines on our 8 city tour have been outstanding as the numbers have been great. We hope to see a majority of the top talent…

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Lakeside School’s Cole Stephens – CEO of the Football Field: By Scott Enyeart

Click here for Cole Stephens Highlight Video          He doesn’t look like your typical football player.      He looks more like a guy who will be signing your paycheck someday as the CEO of a major corporation.      But, in reality, looks can be deceiving, because while Seattle (Wash.) Lakeside School RB/WR/DB Cole Stephens may not “look the part” to some people, the minute he steps on a…

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WA top D lineman lead Curtis group into 2013; Odessa Mendoza & Darius Riddley: By Jordan Johnson

Highlight Videos: Odessa Mendoza, Darius Riddley        Two of the state’s better D lineman flying somewhat under the radar, are Odessa Mendoza (6-0 300 Jr. DT) and Darius Riddley (6-0 250 Jr. DE) out of Curtis HS.      Neither athlete has prototypical size for a lineman, but their abilities speak for themselves. Both kids earned 1st team all league honors with Mendoza grabbing the SPSL Defensive Lineman of the Year award.     Referencing…

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Federal Way’s Keenan Curran Lands Service Academy Offer: By Scott Enyeart

       Federal Way (Wash.) High School DB/QB Keenan Curran’s recruitment continues to build steam. After netting offers from Idaho and San Jose State last month, Curran picked up another FBS offer late Thursday from Army.      The offer from Army is one that Curran is extremely excited about, and proud of.      “It’s an honor, I was at a loss for words because its such a great opportunity to…

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Florida All-State QB Kilton Anderson Set To Become A Spartan: By Scott Enyeart

Click Here For Kilton Anderson Highlights          This isn’t how QB Kilton Anderson had envisioned things.      After leading Naples (Fla.) High School deep into the state playoffs his sophomore and junior seasons, and being named 1st Team All-State in Florida’s largest division, Anderson was determined to bring a state championship home to Naples in his senior year. It would be a storybook ending to his high school…

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