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2012 All NEI/Barton Camp & Combine Team W/Videos: By Jordan Johnson

  Here we take a look at some of the top athletes in the country that attended our NEI/Barton Camps & Combines in 2012. As we begin the 2013 season its always good to see where the athletes are headed next season, and what elite kids are back this year. Have a look at how the athletes tested at last years events. Most of them set the standard and will…

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Malik Braxton set to take over RB reigns at Meadowdale: By Ryland Spencer

Malik Braxton Highlights          The 2015 RB class in Washington is starting to look better by the day. One of the top players on that list is Malik Braxton (5-10 170) from Meadowdale HS in Lynnwood.      I first saw Braxton in a week two win over Inglemoor and was instantly impressed with his vision and speed. He would finish 2012 with 53 carries for 285 yards…

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One of Washington’s most underrated lineman; Robert Luke of Charles Wright: By Ryland Spencer

Robert Luke Highlights          Every now and then I come across film that is so dominant I have to take multiple looks to make sure I am seeing right. That was the case when I found OL/DL Robert Luke (6-4 320 Jr) from Charles Wright Academy, just outside Tacoma.      Last season Luke was first team All-Nisqually on both sides of the ball. He was also…

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High profile national recruit Henry Mondeaux of Jesuit offered by Oregon: By Jordan Johnson

       Henry Mondeaux (6-5 245 Jr. TE/DE/OLB) of Jesuit is a kid we have gotten to know well this early off season.  On Saturday he landed maybe his biggest offer yet from the mighty Oregon Ducks.       Mondeaux is one of the best players in the country on both sides of the football. Oregon offered him as an ATH as Henry said, “They want me to be…

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Mount Si QB Nick Mitchell commits to Oregon State: By Scott Enyeart

         The recruiting process was short and sweet for Mount Si’s (Snoqualmie, WA) Nick Mitchell, Washington’s No. 1 ranked QB for the class of 2014. Mitchell, who was offered by Oregon State University just a few short weeks ago, gave a verbal commitment to Beavers’ coach Mike Riley on Friday, becoming the first commitment of OSU’s 2014 recruiting class.      “It feels great,” Mitchell said. “This…

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More offers coming for the Nation’s top ranked freshman LB Joel Dublanko: By Jordan Johnson

       Every once in awhile the Pacific Northwest produces a recruit that ranks at the top of the charts nationally. This would be the case with 6-3 215 Freshman LB Joel Dublanko of Abderdeen, WA.      Just recently Dublanko received a prestigious honor from SigningDay.Com, being ranked the #2 linebacker and #23 overall recruit in the United States of America for the 2016 class. To put his…

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Oregon’s #1 ranked Jr Linebacker Joey Alfieri adds to list of offers: By Jordan Johnson

       When decision time comes, high profile linebacker Joey Alfieri of Jesuit will have a bunch of really good schools to choose from. Oregon’s top ranked LB for the 2014 class has quickly become one of the west coast’s most recruited athletes. He has hauled in offers from Washington, Washington State, Oregon State, Arizona State, Boston College, Yale, Harvard, and now Arizona, with some additional big time schools…

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Projected WA breakout athlete Casey Brink of Bainbridge: By Jordan Johnson

       We aren’t sure what position he will be playing yet, but that is part of what makes him so talented. Casey Brink (6-2 190 So. QB/ATH/S) could very easily be the teams starting QB, but he’s also an outstanding Wide Receiver/Running Back.      Brink will enter his junior season with some lofty goals, as Bainbridge is not a traditional football power. He has been training at…

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Curtis WR Carter McKay helping lead potential SPSL favorite: By Ryland Spencer

Returning plenty of talent, the 2013 version of the Curtis Vikings should be back in the mix for an SPSL South title. A big reason is the play of junior WR/DB Carter McKay (6-0 175). After transferring to Curtis before last season, McKay was a first team All-SPSL member at WR and honorable mention as a DB. He finished with 32 catches for 596 yards and six TDs. He also reeled in four interceptions from his FS spot.

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One of WA’s top Sophomore athletes; Eastlake’s Jeffrey Feinglas: By Jordan Johnson

Jeffrey Feinglas Highlights          Almost as much as any kid in the Pacific Northwest Jeffrey Feinglas (5-11 175 So. WR/S) of Eastlake has his act together. Feinglas was one of the top two way threats in the northwest last season, while only being a sophomore.      Feinglas ranks as one of the top 5 skill position players in the entire state of Washington for the class…

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