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The Offers Continue; Devante Downs CAL, Kimane Domena Colorado State, Ryan Nall adds Portland State: By Jordan Johnson

  Whats crazy about Devante Downs (6-3 235 Jr. RB/LB) is that he is always hungry for more. The kid out of Mountlake Terrace continues to rack up Pac 12 offers adding CAL to the list of schools vying for his services. Downs is an Eddie George type athlete, that has been offered by the likes of Washington, Utah, Arizona St, Washington St, and Colorado St. CAL is extremely fitting…

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Oregon Signing Day; Maybe the top class in state history (2013): By Jordan Johnson

  Have a look at maybe the top recruiting class to ever come through Oregon. Top to bottom it was as deep, if not deeper then any other group we have seen before it. The northwest is the fastest growing region in the country when it comes to recruiting, and its been great to get to know most of these athletes and their families as the process unfolds. All of…

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Western Oregon puts together one of the top D2 recruiting classes in the country: By Jordan Johnson

  Its a cool thing when you see a local program go out and get a phenomenal recruiting class, especially when they are local standouts. Head Coach Arne Ferguson and his staff did a remarkable job of getting a bunch of legit D1 talent to come in and play at the up and coming D2 school. Lip service aside these are the type of coaches and men that you want…

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Flying up the charts: Washington top Jr. lineman Randin Crecelius of Cascade: By Jordan Johnson

Randin Crecelius Highlights        Today we released our updated 2014 offensive line rankings for the state of Washington, and the kid that has made the biggest jump up the charts is Randin Crecelius (6-5 280 Jr. OL/DL) of Cascade HS in Everett. Two weeks ago he showed up at our Elite Event with the other top athletes from around the region, and had maybe the top performance of…

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Washington 2014 Updated WR/TE/OL Player Rankings: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer

This is the middle of the Washington 2014 Updates. A few weeks ago we did QB/RB/ATH, and very soon we will do DL/LB/DB. Keep a look out for those updates. *The 2014 rankings include updated film from each athlete if available… You will also see updated height/weight and statistical information within each athletes tag line… We distribute this information (directly) to the college coaches that we work with through the…

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One of OR’s top Junior WR’s Jaray Kindell from Lincoln: By Jordan Johnson

Jaray Kindell Highlights          2012 was a tough season for the Lincoln Cardinals (2-8), although their record was somewhat deceiving. They were in almost every game, and had one of the state leaders in passing yards in senior QB John Williams.      The Cardinals beat a Sunset team that almost defeated the likes of Jesuit and Aloha, so their record wasn’t an indication of the teams…

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One of WA’s most dominating 1A players; Spencer Blackburn of Meridian: By Ryland Spencer

Spencer Blackburn Highlights          Everyday I get emails asking me to review a players film. Most of the time it is a player I already know just asking for advice, but every now and then I get something special. About a month ago I got a real gem when Meridian lineman Spencer Blackburn’s (6-3 235, Jr.) video was left on my internet porch.      Meridian is a…

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Isaiah Brandt-Sims adds Arizona State, Washington, and Colorado State to list of offers: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the region’s top overall players added three more offers to his list of options this past week, as Isaiah Brandt-Sims (6-0 180 Jr. ATH) out of Wenatchee was offered by Arizona State, Washington, and Colorado State.      The Sun Devils and the Rams have made a big splash in the northwest as of late offering some of Oregon and Washington’s premier kids, and Washington…

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One of Oregon’s top two way threats; Yadie Dunmore of Sheldon returns: By Jordan Johnson

       As the season progressed Yadie Dunmore(5-11 175 Jr. ATH) just got better and better. He made the transfer from 4A Newport to 6A Sheldon this past season, and didn’t waste anytime letting everyone know what he was all about.      Yadie is the brother of all everything athlete Oshay Dunmore currently playing DB at Oregon, while also being considered one of the nation’s top decathletes. He…

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