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Oregon 5A Mid Season Player of the Year Candidates: By Jordan Johnson

  OFFENSE:     1. Jake Lacoste 5-10 190 Jr. RB West Albany – The junior running back isn’t just a good 5a Oregon athlete, he’s a legit D1 back that you just don’t see very often.. His brother (Anthony) is the state’s 3rd all time leading rusher and currently at Air Force. Jake broke the All Time single game rushing record as a sophomore (508) before Tyner shattered it…

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One Of The Country’s Top Lineman Brayden Kearsley Talks Recruiting, Tyner, and 2010 Title Team vs 2012

       The Great thing about NEI and the Barton Football Academy is that we get to train with all of the NW’s Top Athletes. Brayden Kearsley is one of the best lineman in the country, and #1 ranked O lineman in the Northwest. He is a soft commit to BYU, but insists he is keeping his options open. He currently holds additional offers from Oregon St, Arizona St, UCLA,…

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Devante Downs Offered by University of Washington: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer

       News just into NEI is that Mountlake Terrace RB/LB Devante Downs (6-3 235) has been offered by coach Sarkisian and the Washington Huskies.      Over the phone tonight Downs said, “I am in awe, amazement and very appreciative.”      When asked how it all went down, “Tosh Lupoi came to my school to see me and told me to call him”. He continued, “When I got ahold of…

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The Lakeside Lions Play For The Love Of The Game: By Ryland Spencer

       I don’t know how many teams were eliminated from a state championship after the first week of the season, but that is exactly the case for the Lakeside Lions and second year head coach Casey Selfridge.      When Lakeside School left the Metro League an agreement was made that requires them to go undefeated to gain one of the leagues playoff spots. While their week one 48-16 loss…

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Mount Vernon’s Bennett Gibson Looks Like Legit College QB: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top QB’s in the State of Washington is a kid that is still somewhat under the radar, but that could change shortly. Bennett Gibson (6-2 210 Sr.) is an athlete that you want leading your team. He’s got size, legit arm strength, and elusiveness that he displayed well last Friday when his Bulldogs nearly up ended #8 Oak Harbor.      We currently have him ranked…

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Oregon’s Week 6 Elite Performers: By Jordan Johnson

*In the future this article will be found under the “Players Of The Week” tab at the top of your screen. This will allow us to have more space on the main page to showcase more athlete articles on our main page.     Deshawn Stephens Sr. WR/ATH Putnam – Anybody wondering if Stephens was back check out last nights stat line; 6 Tds in the first half with 3…

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Washington’s Week 6 Elite Performers: By Ryland Spencer

*This list is a way to showcase this weeks top performances. I am sure I missed a few and would like to know the ones I did. You can either comment on here or send me an email at Ringerland@gmail.com. *In the future, to find this list you will need to look under the “Players Of The Week” tab. Doing this will allow us to have more content about the…

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Federal Way Super Sophomore Chico McClatcher offered by University of Washington: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer

       The Federal Way Eagles have been all over the football news this season as one player after another picks up one offer after another. Last week it was Sr. LB Albert Havili and Montana State, this week it is So. RB/DB Chico McClatcher and the University of Washington.      “It was great to get an offer from them. They are my second offer. Portland State also has offered,”…

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Shelton RB Ralph Kinne running for records and and his first offer: By Ryland Spencer

       Every night when I get home from whatever broadcast I am on the first thing I do is hop online to see what Shelton RB Ralph Kinne (Sr, 5-11 208) did that night. 200 yards here, 300 yards there… It has almost gotten ridiculous. In just 5 games this season Kinne has rushed for 1,459 yards on only 134 carries. That means on average when he touches the…

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One of the Most Dangerous Two Way Threats in the Northwest Bruce Jones Jr of Sunset: By Jordan Johnson

     Bruce Jones Jr. (6-0 175 Sr. RB/DB/KR) of Sunset is a 16 year old senior that is one of the best overall athletes in the Northwest. Both him and his Sunset Apollos have played outstanding football thus far in 2012. Jones Jr holds an offer from Portland St, in what was a great move by Nigel Burton and company. Bruce really likes the Vikings and has spent recruiting time down…

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