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One of the country’s top backers lands Stanford; Joey Alfieri-Je​suit: By Jordan Johnson

       When decision time comes Joey Alfieri (6-3 225 Jr. LB/FB) could legitimately be picking between some of the nation’s top schools. The junior linebacker picked up his 10th offer from the Stanford Cardinal today and this was one was extra big.      Alfieri said, “It was huge getting the offer to play at Stanford, it s got the whole package with an amazing school and football program”.      He continued, “I’m…

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Notorious hitter AJ Hotchkins locks up 2nd offer: By Jordan Johnson

       In what wasn’t a surprise, the Portland St Vikings extended a full ride offer to notorious Tigard hitter AJ Hotchkins (6-0 230 Jr.) FB/LB) late this afternoon. AJ was offered a few weeks back by Idaho and was excited about his 2nd offer.      “I went to practice today and spent most of the time with the backers, it was really up beat and looked like something I could be a part of”. He continued,…

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2015 One of OR’s best RB classes ever? Scarlett, Morrison, Nelson, Fortier: By Jordan Johnson

    Cameron Scarlett (6-2 200 RB/S) Central Catholic   Oregon’s 2015 class of RB’s is shaping up to be one of the better groups to ever come through the state. I would consider Cameron Scarlett (6-2 205 So. RB/LB) of Central Catholic the best back in the state of Oregon coming into his junior season. He is a big kid that can run and is equally impressive off the field….

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Issaquah Eagles Laying Foundation for a Big Season: By Scott Enyeart

       If the offseason they are having at Issaquah High School is any indication of the type of season the Eagles will have this fall, then 2013 could end up being a very special year for the boys in Purple and Gold.      Coming off 2012’s 5-5 finish, many of the players were left with a bad taste in their mouths, and so they decided to get to work…

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Juanita Freshman Paul Finau grabs first offer: By Ryland Spencer

       One of the Washington’s top freshman Paul Finau of Juanita (Kirkland) High School entered a rare class when he was offered by BYU.      Finau was on a trip to Utah when he was invited to visit BYU. “They gave me a tour of their meeting rooms, offices, field house, stadium, and the locker room,” Finau tole NEI. “I liked it a lot. The environment was different.”      “Before I left we were in…

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Bellevue DB Timmy Haehl Lands Second FBS Offer: By Scott Enyeart

     Bellevue senior DB Timmy Haehl picked up his second D1-FBS offer on Wednesday, when he was offered by UNLV.      The 6-food-1, 190-pound Haehl is currently ranked as the No. 4 defensive back in the state of Washington and was a key figure on Bellevue’s 2012 State Title team.      Haehl was offered by Rebels defensive coordinator Tim Hauck.      “I had a chance to talk to Coach Hauck…

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Zach Kraus of Canby to lead one of the state’s top lines: By Jordan Johnson

Zach Kraus Highlights      One of the state’s top lineman coming into next season will be Zach Kraus (6-3 275 Jr. OL)  of Canby. He will be the leader of a Cougar line that should be listed among the region’s top up front casts.      Zach will be a three year all league starter, on a line that will feature two other big time returners in Nick Kraxberger (6-4 265…

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Mountain View’s Austin Phillips Is a Man on a Mission: By Scott Enyeart

         It’s hard to imagine being the No. 3 ranked offensive lineman in the state of Oregon, standing at 6-foot-3 and weighing 273-pounds, and at the same time being “under the radar”. But that’s exactly the case for Bend (Ore.) Mountain View center Austin Phillips.      That, however, should be changing soon for the anchor of the Cougars’ O-line.      After a junior season which saw him named…

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Barton Camp & Combine Positional Breakdown – Bend, OR: By Jordan Johnson

*Testing times are located at the bottom, and videos will be available on the site later in the week. Enjoy the breakdown as we genuinely appreciate the hospitality from the Central Oregon families, players, and coaches. Jordan Johnson – NEI QB’s   Any time you have the top QB coach in the country in your own backyard, you can bet the top quarterbacks will be out in full force. I…

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Talking Recruiting and Rehab with Franklin Pierce’s Brett Carter: By Scott Enyeart

       It’s not often you hear about a player missing his entire junior season, while still garnering major recruiting interest as one of the top regional prospects at his position. But that’s exactly the case for Parkland (Wash.) Franklin Pierce LB Brett Carter.      Carter, who is currently the state of Washington’s No. 8 ranked linebacker, missed all of 2012 due to an injury sustained two days before the…

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