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One of Washington’s most exciting junior’s; Caleb Lyons of Lakes HS: By Jordan Johnson

         One of the State of Washington’s most exciting Junior’s is Caleb Lyons (5-9 170 ATH/DB) out of Lakes HS. Lyons is a kid we have become familiar with on the camp circuit, and comes in ranked one of the top positional players for the 2014 class.       Lyons currently leads all wide outs in receptions (28) through 7 games with two high profile D1 receivers on his…

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Undefeated Legit 5A State Title Contender (7-0) Silverton: By Jordan Johnson

       Before the season started we reported on the John Mannion lead Silverton Foxes. We knew they were going to be good, but didn’t know they were going to be dominant. They have beaten opponents by a combined score of 253 to 54 while pitching three shutouts in seven games. Silverton currently sits at (7-0) with Head Coach Mannion being the father of Oregon St starting QB Sean Mannion,…

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Connor Strahm talks Sheldon Tradition, Player of the Year Status, and what it will take to get the 2012 Title: By Jordan Johnson

       Its not a secret I’m a really big Connor Strahm fan, as the kid is one of the best football players in the entire northwest. Strahm returns after earning SWC Offensive Conference Player of the Year Honors, after going for 1900 all purpose yards and 28 Tds in 2011. He was also part of NEI-South that traveled with us to Las Vegas for the National 7 on 7…

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McGary receives offer from Washington: By Scott Eklund

While he became a rising star this past spring and summer with his camp performances, it wasn’t until college coaches got a look at what he could do when the pads came on this fall that they decided to start offering Fife (Wa.) OL Kaleb McGary, a top 2014 prospect, and recently Washington became the second school to offer the talented lineman… McGary was set to play for Battleground High…

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NEI/WIAA Network Game Of The Week: #1 Bellevue (6-0) @ #2 Mount Si (6-0): By Ryland Spencer

*This game is being featured as a Game Of The Week and you can find the online broadcast at WIAANetwork.com. When the game ends it will be archived and available to view within the hour. This is a free service presented by PlayOn! Sports.     Quarterbacks: Advantage: Mount Si Mount Si’s Nick Mitchell (6-2 170) is our co-#1 ranked for the 2014 recruiting class. The Wildcats are the better…

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NEI/WIAA Network Game of the Week: #3 Camas (6-0) @ Union (5-1): By Jordan Johnson

  *This game is being featured as a Game Of The Week and you can find the online broadcast at WIAANetwork.com. When the game ends it will be archived and available to view within the hour. This is a free service presented by PlayOn! Sports. #3 CAMAS (6-0)   QB Reilly Hennessey 6-3 185 Jr Hennessey is ranked as one of our top junior QB’s in the state of Washington….

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Devante Downs offered by the University of Utah: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer

       Coming to you first once again with Devante’s second offer, this time from the University of Utah.      “I talked to coach Duff who watched my film yesterday and then spoke with the head coach who offered me.” Devante said.      As expected his UW offer would be the first of many. We have been in contact with a host of other schools that have Devnate right on…

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The Northwest’s Top Safety Dallin Leavitt talks BYU, Winning a State Title at CC, and his aggressive play: By Jordan Johnson

     The NW’s top safety Dallin Leavitt (6-0 200 Sr. S/RB) of Central Catholic is an athlete that we became very familiar with both as a player, and as a kid over the Camp and Combine season. He attended all of our Elite Events and was a fixture on the NEI/Barton Camp and Combine Tour. He was also part of NEI-South that traveled with us to Vegas. Leavitt’s an…

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