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Devante Downs adds 5th major offer from Washington State: By Jordan Johnson

       It was good to see Devante Downs (6-3 230 Jr. RB/LB) of Mountlake Terrace this weekend at our Washington Elite Event. It was even better to hear that he had just received his 5th major offer from the Cougars of WSU.      “I got word from my coach informing me that coach Russell of WSU said they are offering me”. He continued, “they said they didn’t…

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Elledge is still looking for a place to call home: By Scott Eklund

       One of the top two-way stars in the state of Washington this season, at any level and by any measure, was Glacier Peak’s Sean Elledge. All he did was go out and put up huge numbers on offense – 43 receptions for 873 yards and 14 touchdowns – and on defense – 94 tackles, two sacks, five forced fumbles and two interceptions. With those number you’d think schools…

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WA Elite Video: Two of the Nation’s top Sophomore QB’s; Brett Rypien & Ross Bowers + QB Breakdown: By Jordan Johnson

  As the week progresses we will be bringing you different video from this weeks Washington Elite Event and last weeks Oregon Event. In this particular clip we caught up to two of the nation’s top sophomores in Shadle Park’s Brett Rypien and Bothell’s Ross Bowers. As of right now they are both elite level QB’s with Rypien already having received a Washington St offer, and Bowers being a sure…

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Mason Stone commits to Idaho: By Scott Eklund

       Mountlake Terrace athlete Mason Stone, who was a star for the Hawks the past three years, took his official visit to Idaho this past weekend and he told Northwest Elite Index it was an easy decision to commit to the Vandals while he was in Moscow on the U of I campus…      “Yep, I committed to Idaho,” Stone told NEI shortly after returning home from…

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Stanwood twins commit to Central Washington: By Scott Eklund

       Central Washington continues to make huge inroads in the Puget Sound region and this weekend they got two big commitments. OL/DL Kyle O’Donnell and his twin bother, TE Brian O’Donnell, both committed to the Wildcats while the two were in Ellensburg for their official visits.      “Me and my brother both committed to Central (Washington),” a happy Kyle O’Donnell told Northwest Elite Index. “When they offered…

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One of the top two way threats in WA’s 2015 class; Sam McPherson of Bothell: By Jordan Johnson

       You will be hearing us talk about the Bothell sophomore class for the next few years, and Sam McPherson (5-10 175 So. RB/DB) will be a big reason they will be a legit state title contender. He’s not the biggest kid in the world, but he’s a game changer. McPherson is ranked as one of our top sophomore athletes on both sides of the ball at running…

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Bothell OL Chase Madsen hauls in offer from CWU: By Scott Eklund

       Central Washington offered Bothell OL Chase Madsen while he was on campus in Ellensburg this weekend and he told Northwest Elite Index while he’s excited to get the offer from the Wildcats, he’s holding off on making a decision until after he takes a visit to Dixie State next week…      “I took an official visit to Central (Washington) this weekend and they offered me while…

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Kamiak OL Jake Meuse is an emerging 2014 prospect: By Scott Eklund

       After a solid junior season this past fall, Kamiak OL Jake Meuse, a 6’3, 285-pound junior, has started to pop up on recruiting radars for the 2014 recruiting class and Northwest Elite Index was able to speak to the talented lineman as well as his head coach, Dan Mack, on what makes him such a special player…      “I think the most impressive thing about Jake…

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Top Sophomore QB Nolan Henry and Union look to be contenders over next few years: By Jordan Johnson

       For anyone that doesn’t know, Southwest Washington football is for real. The Union Titans, much like Camas, are another team that can bring a “Texas like” crowd to each game. It says a lot about the community and the people within the program.      Next season expect to see Camas be the #1 ranked team in the state and also ranked nationally. If it wasn’t for…

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Rising Sophomore Mosese Fifita leads Glacier Peak: By Scott Eklund

Mosese Fifita Highlights        A rising star in the ranks from the 2015 recruiting class in the state of Washington is Glacier Peak DL Mosese Fifita, a 6’0, 275-pounder who was all All-League selection in 2012. The physically-gifted athlete had an outstanding sophomore season on both sides of the ball and his head coach, Rory Rosenbach, thinks he could be one of the biggest recruits to ever put…

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