• NEI Recruiting Tips: Choosing The Correct College Camps
  • Northwest 9 Announces Regional Tryouts
  • Issaquah’s Gevers Searching For The Right Fit
  • Intro 2018: Squalicum RB Triston Smith
  • Stadium’s Novak Seeing Increased Interest

Video: Just Ridiculous; Lakes Freshman Xzavier Weston

(One of the most talented incoming freshman in the country Xzavier Weston RB/DB-Lakes HS) Very rarely will we ever report on an athlete that hasn’t officially set foot in high school yet, but here is your exception. Xzavier Weston from a well known Lakes program could potentially be one of the better freshman in the country. Don’t take it from me, watch the videos of him on the field and…

Read More >>

6-5 225 Canadian Standout Blake Whiteley TE/WR

One of the most impressive kids that we have seen on the camp circuit over the off season has been Blake Whiteley (6-5 225 Sr. TE/WR) from West Vancouver Secondary in British Columbia. The big man from Vancouver was impressive both as an athlete and as a kid, and we could for see him playing somewhere at the D1 level with the proper exposure. Whiteley impressed us first at the…

Read More >>

Camp & Combine Athlete of the Year Johnny Ragin

Ragin’s Incredible Spring/Summer (Ragin With NEI-South in Las Vegas at 7 on 7 National Tourney) * Selected to play for NEI (South) at the 7 on 7 National Tournament in Las Vegas * Offered Scholarships by BYU and Portland St * Earned the #1 NIKE SPARQ score among 600 athletes in June * Selected to play in " The Opening" .. The presigious NIKE Event held at world NIKE Headquarters…

Read More >>

Always Talented Sheldon Program Adds Solid Jr. Class

(Tanner Davies 6-4 275 Jr. OL, One of OR’s top ranked lineman for 2014) (Yadie Dunmore 5-11 175 Jr. ATH with new Duck and brother Oshay Dunmore) (Marcus McGovern 6-2 215 Jr. LB- One of OR’s top backers for 2014) (Liam Talty 6-4 220 Jr. DE- One of NEI’s projected breakout performers of the year for 2012)                       One of…

Read More >>

Standout Underclassmen MicahPrescott DL/OL- Renton HS

One 2014 recruit from the state of Washington who has made an impression so far this summer is Renton OL/DL Micah Prescott. After playing mostly offense the past two years, he’s poised to have a breakout junior season this fall and he has some definite goals in mind… "I want to start both ways and I want to get stronger and be the best lineman in my league and the…

Read More >>

NW Stars UW Event Showcase Highlight Video’s: OL/DL

A few weeks back the NW Stars- UW Showcase Event took place run by Rough Diamonds Athletic Foundation , showcasing the top athletes in the northwest and it was a resounding success. Most of the athletes that have trained with us at NEI and Barton Football over the years were in attendance, and it could go down as the most productive single day camp in NW history. All of the…

Read More >>

Programs on the Rise: HC John Mannion & Silverton

(The Silverton Community landed an incredible coach/mentor when John Mannion came to town) The Silverton Foxes return this season after a very impressive 2011 campaign that saw them finish (8-3) while playing in maybe the toughest 5a conference in the state. Head Coach John Mannion has done an incredible job of building life into the program that saw its numbers pick up dramatically. The last name Mannion may sound familiar…

Read More >>

2012 Campus Tour Stop #1; University of Nevada

  Nevada was the 1st stop on my College Tour, and definitely a memorable one. One of my good friends is Nick Rolovich, their QB coach. We go all the way back to our Junior College days in San Francisco, and have known each other and been friends ever since. He was a great QB at Hawaii as a player, and the last few years he was the Offensive Coordinator…

Read More >>

2012 Campus Tour Stop #2; University of Wyoming

I wasn’t really sure what to expect when I arrived on the campus at the University of Wyoming. Located in Laramie, the State Capital, the population of the city is around 30,000 people. After landing and taking in the scenic mountains in the background, I felt as though I couldn’t breathe. And that was for good reason, as the elevation in Laramie is 7,300 feet. To put that into perspective,…

Read More >>

2012 Campus Tour Stop #3; University of Utah

  After my stops at Nevada and Wyoming, I headed off to Utah. I had great visits at the previous 2 schools, a large part of that due to the fact that I knew some coaches on their staff prior to arriving there. I wasn’t sure what to expect at Utah, as I didn’t know a single coach on their staff and had never spoken to any of them before….

Read More >>