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Barton Camp & Combine #1 MVP’s; Bend, OR: By Jordan Johnson

  ** Full breakdown of all the athletes by position coming soon Our Barton Camp and Combine Tour kicked off in Bend on Sunday at Summit HS where the athletes didn’t disappoint. Almost every top kid from the Central Oregon area was in attendance,  along with a host of the region’s other elite players. It was a cold, yet a very exciting and productive Sunday. Have a look at the…

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One of the NW’s most athletic backers; Walla Walla’s Stuart Gillin: By Jordan Johnson

Stuart Gillin Highlights        As we travel the northwest we see kids from all over the region that bring different things to the table. Stuart Gillin (6-1 215 Jr. LB/RB) is an athlete originally from Texas, that is giving an improving Walla Walla team hope moving forward.      He is one of the fastest backers in the entire state, and shows outstanding anticipation on the defensive side…

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Washington’s most unknown player; Dee Angelow Viena: By Ryland Spencer

Dee Angelow Viena Highlights          For close to three months I tried everything to find Dee Angelow Viena of West Seattle High School. I contacted the school, scoured the internet and even wrote various media outlets that cover the schools football team. I was stuck wondering if I would ever find him.      Then out of the blue I got a message on Facebook. “You don’t…

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

       Federal Way (Wash.) High School DB/QB Keenan Curran has had quite the week. On Monday, Curran picked up his first D1 FBS offer from the University of Idaho, and today, he landed his second offer from San Jose State University.      “Coach [Jimmie] Dougherty has been handling most of my recruitment, but today I had a good long talk on the phone with [head] Coach [Ron]…

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Catching up with Shadle Park QB Brett Rypien: By Scott Enyeart

         Although it is the middle of baseball season for Shadle Park (Spokane, WA) HS multi-sport standout Brett Rypien, his preparation for the upcoming football season is already in full swing.      The 6-foot-2, 175-pound sophomore has already cemented himself among Washington’s elite. He’s currently atop NEI’s list of QB rankings for the class of 2015, and also holds an early offer from the Washington State…

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Team on the Rise ; Washington’s Cedar Park Christian: By Jordan Johnson

       A team and program on the rise within the state of Washington is Cedar Park Christian HS out of Bothell. The 1A private school has been led by head coach Todd Parmenter, who has done a phenomenal job of getting his players to buy in to the team concept.      A young and very talented group returns next season, where you will see 1st team all…

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Under the radar and on the rise; Trey Robinson of Jackson: By Ryland Spencer

Trey Robinson Highlights          One of the top returning players in the entire Wesco conference next season is junior Trey Robinson (5-8 170, ATH) of Jackson.      For the second straight season Robinson was a first team All-Wesco WR after catching 65 passes for over 1,225 yards and 15 TDs. He was also named as a first team All-Area member by the Everett Herald. Top top…

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Recruiting Picks Up for Enumclaw’s Chandler Streuli: By Scott Enyeart

       It has been a busy offseason for Enumclaw (WA) High School lineman Chandler Streuli. Streuli, who is currently NEI’s No. 9 ranked offensive lineman in the state of Washington, has been a regular attendee at Elite Events throughout the winter and spring working to build on the solid junior season he had last fall.      Not only has Chandler been prepping hard for his senior campaign…

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WA top ranked Junior DB Keenan Curran grabs first offer: By Jordan Johnson

       Exciting news for one of Washington’s top ranked junior DB’s, Keenan Curran (6-3 195 Jr. ATH), who received his first offer from Idaho on Tuesday. Curran is ranked as one of our top three defensive backs for the 2014 class, and is also a threat on the offensive side of the ball.      Referencing the Idaho offer Keenan says, “The offer was in a way a…

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