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One of the Oregon’s top Multi Sport Junior’s; Jesuit’s Trent Werner: By Jordan Johnson

Trent Werner Highlight Video          Coming into 2013 one of Oregon’s top dual threat, multi sport athletes is Trent Werner (6-1 190 Jr. ATH/S) of Jesuit. He is hands down one of the best overall skill players in the state, but is sometimes overshadowed by some of the other high profile talent at the high school.      Junior teammates Joey Alfieri (6-3 220 Jr. FB/LB) and…

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Sheldon Junior D End Liam Talty continues to climb charts after winning state title: By Jordan Johnson

Liam Talty Highlight Video     One of Oregon’s top underclassmen out of Sheldon HS in Eugene is Liam Talty (6-4 215 Jr. DE). The kid showed up at our elite events last off season in Portland and never looked back. At that time people didn’t really know who he was, but he changed that quickly. This past season the Sheldon Irish won the 2012 state title, and Talty played…

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Maybe the top Recruit in the NW without an offer; Devauntae Hoffman: By Jordan Johnson

Devauntae Hoffman Highlight Video        One of the very best players in the Pacific Northwest without an offer is Devauntae Hoffman (5-8 190 Sr. RB/CB) out of Gresham. The kid has broken all type of Mt Hood Conference records, after earning 1st team all league honors for the past three seasons, and racking up Offensive Conference Player of the Year honors for the last two in the Mt…

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Two Time All Purpose GSL Player of the Year Jake Hoffman of North Central will be a steal: By Jordan Johnson

Jake Hoffman Highlights          There are a variety of reasons that players get overlooked coming out of the Pacific Northwest if we are talking recruiting. Jake Hoffman  (6-0 170 Jr. ATH) of North Central HS in Spokane is one of the most unselfish kids you are ever going to meet.      The 2011 and 2012 GSL All Purpose Player of the Year, was shown a great…

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Southridge Junior standout Tyler Cox leads young Skyhawk line: By Jordan Johnson

       If you didn’t notice the Southridge Skyhawks won the Metro League title again this season, and did it with a young and inexperienced line. This point is specifically stressed as they had to take on up front casts that were senior dominated, and twice their size in Aloha and Jesuit.      Cox (6-3 240 Jr. OL) was the junior leader of the group that will be…

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North Medford getting back on track; Looking to regain tradition: By Jordan Johnson

       Anyone familiar with High School Football in Oregon will tell you that North Medford is a tradition rich school that has had a tough past decade. We are big fans of what Head Coach Bill Singler has done over at South Medford, and now we see a Black Tornado program that is turning things around and potentially getting back to old form.      This past season…

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In the classroom or on the field, Lakeside WR Mike Padden comes up big: By Ryland Spencer

Mike Padden Highlight Video Erik Rottsolk Highlight Video   In October I did an article about the Lakeside School football team and their love for the game, Link Here. While doing followup for that article, WR/DB Mike Padden (Jr, 6-3 190) showed everything I was expecting to see. He was taller than almost everyone on the field and had the raw physical tools that you like in a young WR….

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Checking in with Bellarmine Prep WR/LB Calvin Chandler: By Scott Eklund

Calvin Chandler Highlight Video          This season, Bellarmine Prep made their way all the way to the 4A State Championship game and a big reason was the leadership and contributions of LB/WR Calvin Chandler. The talented senior led the Lions with 112 tackles to go along with a sack and an interception on defense while hauling in 35 receptions for 452 yards and five touchdowns. That productivity,…

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The Northwest’s most underrated Kicker; Sean McDonald of Skyline: By Scott Eklund

       A position that typically goes unnoticed in recruiting is kicker. Few if any garner national attention, but it is a very important position — just ask Washington and Oregon who lost critical games late in the season — and that is why it is surprising that Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) K Sean McDonald hasn’t been able to garner much in the way of attention from FBS or even…

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Oregon top back AJ Glass commits to Princeton: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top backs in the Pacific Northwest, AJ Glass (6-1 200 Sr. RB/SS) of Jesuit, made his intentions known committing to Princeton after a phenomenal career running the ball for the Crusaders.      Glass went for over 3500 yards and 50+ Tds in the last two seasons, while missing most of his Metro league senior year with an injury. AJ is also considered one of the…

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