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Combine #2 Bend; All State O Lineman Chad “Texas” Bach

Fresh off a state title Mt View High School in Bend has created a lot of excitement within the community. The Cougars boasted a senior class that featured the likes of Players of the Year Jacob Hollister and Joel Skotte, while also graduating all state athletes Cody Hollister and Dimitre Dillard. At the forefront of Mt View’s returning state championship squad in 2012 will be one of the top lineman…

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NEW VIDEO: USC Campus/AthleticFacility Tour.. + UCLA

As we continue on with our ” NEI Campus Tours” series we traveled to LA with the nation’s #1 QB Max Browne as he visited USC before making his commitment. Taylor Barton has maintained quality relationships with most of the top D1 programs, so it was great to get to both UCLA and USC to do a walk through with interviews. Over the next week we will bring you the…

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One Of The Pacific NW’s Top Receivers Nic Sblendorio

One of the top receivers in the state of Washington will be 3rd year starter Nic Sblendorio (6-0 192 Jr. WR/S) from state champion Skyline. Sblendorio is considered one of the top 5 receivers in the state, and could be considered the best route runner in the Pacific Northwest. He’s not going to blow you away with his size or testing times, but he embarrasses DB’s on a regular basis….

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Modern Day Stereotypes in Football

by Taylor Barton One of the many reasons I love sports so much is because they are a great equalizer. Once you’re on the field, nothing else matters. It’s the same rules for everyone, regardless of their age, race, or socio-economic background. Sports give everyone in our society an equal chance, no matter what culture or background they come from. In our country the overall population is still majority White….

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South KitsapTalented OL/DL Austin Kanouse

(Austin Kanouse 6-4 272 Jr. OL/DL South Kitsap) The Kitsap Penninsula used to be loaded with talent, especially at South Kitsap (Port Orchard) High School. In recent years the Wolves haven’t attracted a lot of recruiting attention outside of some of the smaller regional schools. However, that has already begun to change with the likes of OL/DL Austin Kanouse whose father, Adam, played on some of the most powerful teams…

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Under The Radar; Hazen (Renton) DE Cody Moorhead

(Langston Ward 6-5 240 Jr. DE – Mead) Because his high school hasn’t been a hotbed for top recruits, Hazen DE Cody Moorhead has flown under the radar with recruiters. However after a standout season that saw him post 42 tackles, 12 tackles-for-loss and 7.5 sacks, the talented lineman has several schools showing him quite a bit of interest. He earned First Team All-Conference while helping lead his team to…

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Mead Superstar Mattingly Offered By Oklahoma

Danny Mattingly (6-5 235 Jr. TE/DE) Mead HS (Spokane) Mead (Spokane, Wa.) StarTE/DE Danny Mattingly informed Northwest Elite Index that he received an offer from the Oklahoma Sooners today. Mattingly already had offers from Oregon State, Arizona State, Boise State, Nebraska, UCLA, Washington, Washington State, Utah and Eastern Washington and is getting heavy interest from schools like Arizona and Notre Dame among others. The talented two-way star for the Panthers…

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Elite D1 Kids; Jesuit’s Doug Brenner & Max Rich

(#43 Doug Brenner 6-3 275 Jr. DL) (#65 Max Rich 6-7 295 Jr. OL)   Next years #1 ranked team coming into the season at the 6a level will be the Jesuit Crusaders. They should be considered one of the top 50 teams in america coming into the year, with an offensive line that will average 6-5 1/2 285 across the board. Doug Brenner (6-3 275 Jr. DL/TE) and Max…

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One Of The Country’s Top Two Sport Athletes Brett Bafaro

We caught up to one of the top two sport athletes in the country this past weekend in Brett Bafaro (6-2 1/2 235 Sr.), and the Oregon bound linebacker didn’t disappoint. Bafaro is considered the top backer in the northwest for the 2012 class and one of the top baseball players on the west coast. He is currently hitting .565 for his Liberty Falcons, recently stealing 5 bases in one…

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Mead’s (Spokane) Talented other D End Langston Ward

(Langston Ward 6-5 240 Jr. DE – Mead) While his teammate Danny Mattingly is getting most of the attention, Mead (Spokane) DE Langston Ward has quietly seen his recruitment pick up over the past few months and the talented defensive lineman spoke with Northwest Elite Index about how things are progressing… “Things have been going good for me,” Ward told NEI recently. “I have been talking to Stanford and Cornell…

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