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Sewell Becomes A Cowboy

by Taylor Barton Trent Sewell Courtesy of Fox Sports At NEI, we don’t read about a recruit committing to a school on another website then write that story on ours and claim we’re bringing breaking news. We’ll leave that to the sites that charge money and need to try to keep up appearances. Instead, we receive calls from kids who inform us 1st that they’ve been offered to, or committed…

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Lemke becomes a Vandal

by Taylor Barton Eric Lemke Courtesy of Fox Sports As I sat at my computer putting the finishing touches on an article about Trent Sewell, a receiver out of Bothell HS who just recently committed to Wyoming, my phone buzzed. I checked to see who the message was from and it was Eric Lemke, the 2-way standout TE/DE from Issaquah HS in Washington. The message read: “TB, I just committed…

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Top Player/Coach combo leads Putnam

Their overall record didn’t show it (3-7), but the Putnam Kingsmen got a lot better over the 2011 season. The addition of Head Coach Brad Lewman is something so big it can’t fully be appreciated right now. Lewman where’s his heart on his sleeve and the players love him for it.. “I could see that the kids bought in to what we were doing and I think we got a…

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Oregon’s top ranked junior QB, Kamerun Smith

One of Oregon’s top ranked junior quarterbacks went off in 2011, and he looks to be the guy that Marist will lean on to get them back to a state title game in 2012. Smith transferred from Willamette after his sophomore year and made a home for himself on a team that wasn’t challenged most of the season. Smith threw 46 Tds to 8 Ints for 2,699 yards with a…

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NEI 2012 Draft Day QB’S..Best uncommitted

Here is a list of the top kids from Oregon still available who have not yet committed. This is a coaches guide to the top prospects in the state. All of the projections are based on the kids that project from the highest level on down. We will continue to add a position a day until both states are covered. Jordan Johnson- NEI QB 1. Alex Matthews 6-3 205 Lake…

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Washington Top 50 Juniors

1) Skyline (Sammamish) QB Max Browne (6’5, 210) – Widely regarded as one of the top junior signal-callers in the country. Has multiple BCS offers already. In two years as the starter for the Spartans, Browne has completed nearly 68% of his passes for over 6,500 yards with 75 touchdowns and only 20 interception while leading his team to two-straight state championship games and one state championship. 2) Bellevue LB…

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Shipley looks to be the REAL DEAL

Oregon’s breakout performer of the year was none other then Tanner Shipley of Wilsonville. The 6-2 195 pound junior athlete took the Northwest Oregon Conference by storm earning all league honors on both sides of the ball. The first half of 2011 season saw Shipley miss time with an injury and not be able to fully get going. The second half of the season saw Shipley break the school record…

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Breaking News- Jayshawn Jordan lands EWU

As the regions leader in breaking news we are happy to report first that Jayshawn Jordan (5-10 180 Sr. CB) from ODea High School received his first offer early today from Divison 1aa National Champion Eastern Washington. Jordan was one of our feature athletes when the creation of “Top Athletes No Offers” came about. It was kids like Jayshawn that made a category such as this make so much sense….

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The Nations #1 Jr QB, Max Browne Interview

The Nations #1 ranked junior quarterback from Skyline put an exclamation point on his season winning the Class 4a state title over the weekend. Browne finished the game 15/22 for 222 yards and 2 Tds in the Spartans 38-7 win over Skyline. He finished the season with an eye popping 4034 yards passing and a 45/5 Td to Int ratio. Check out the post game interview with our very own…

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Jake Heaps Transferring

by Taylor Barton Jake Heaps (Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo) For weeks now rumors and speculation have circled that it was imminent Jake Heaps would be departing BYU. On Monday, December 5th it became official. In an exclusive interview with Taylor Barton and NEI, Jake revealed that he spoke with Head Coach Bronco Mendenhall and asked for his release. Jake was the #1 ranked QB in the country his senior year out…

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