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Oregon’s #1 Receiver for 2013 Austin Baird

He is currently NEI’s #1 ranked receiver in the state of Oregon for 2013 and what he is doing to opponents is nothing short of ridiculous. Austin Baird (6-0 180 WR/SS Jr) had a breakout sophomore season hauling in 980 yards receiving and 20 touchdowns accounting for 1180 all purpose yards. Baird is currently on pace to shatter his all purpose yards total and make up for the loss to…

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Blake Dutton E.Washington Offer

Blake Dutton (6-2 190 Slot/Safety), one of the Northwest’s top athletes got his first offer today as Eastern Washington made there intentions known. The Lakeridge standout who has become a one man highlight reel got some good news. The defending Division 1AA National Champions were sold and will offer Dutton a full scholarship. Thus far in 2011 he has accounted for almost 2000 all purpose yards and 22 total touchdowns….

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High Profile Jesuit Line Ready to Battle

Jesuit has had some nationally ranked teams over the last couple decades with the 2006 Crusaders being maybe the best ever to represent Oregon. The 2011 squad is good, and getting but much better as the season progresses. The biggest asset the Crusaders have is the mammoth line that prides itself on athleticism. They had a couple tough games early in the season losing to #1 Sheldon and #2 Lake…

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Recruiting Tips #4: How To Properly Send Film To Colleges

by Taylor Barton It’s been fun to share my “Recruiting Tips” to everyone.  The previous 3 I’ve written have been received very positively, so I’ll keep putting them out as long as they’re relevant and helpful.  The recruiting process is complex, difficult, and unique to every kid and family.  These “Tips” don’t guarantee a scholarship offer, but if you follow them they’ll definitely help bring you closer to one.  …

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SKYHAWK TRIPLE THREAT

Images: #5 QB Reza Aleaziz, #4 WR Justin Calo, #8 Kevin McClean Over the off season we will see all of the top athletes from Oregon and Washington attending Barton 7 on 7 events. This past spring/summer we had a chance to check out the talented group from Southridge on more then one occasion. The Skyhawks currently sit at (3-4 overall, 2-1 league) but they are very young, and have…

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Bruce Jones, Jr: Sunset Speedster Making Strides

A kid we will hear a lot about over the next couple seasons is Sunset’s young and multi talented Bruce Jones Jr. (5-11 180 Jr. RB/CB). He’s a fifteen year old 11th grader that has the speed and agility of a college athlete. His upside if through the roof especially considering his humble demeanor and his ability to accelerate. Jones Jr has accounted for 4 touchdowns on the season, (2…

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Byrne Continues to Lead State Defensively

  He is currently the state leader in tackles (97) and tackles for loss (28) and runs down ball carriers like they stole something. He is a true student of the game and Sean Byrne (6-3 232 MLB/TE Sr.) knows he will have to play at this pace if he plans on giving his West Linn Lions (6-1) a chance at a title. Byrne will play the biggest game of…

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Oregon/Washington Top Athletes, No Offers 2012 – Additions

Mt View WR/S -Cody Hollister 6-3 195…2011 Current Stats: 32 receptions for 545 yards, 17.1 ypc,  (9 total tds), 2010 Stats: 72 rec, 1270 yards, 15 Tds, 17.6 YPC, 3 Ints- One of the top receivers in Oregon that had a breakout season a year ago. He has been double teamed a great deal with with super talented side kick (John Carroll 6-4 190 Jr) being injured. He is an outstanding…

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Central Catholic’s Elite Junior Three

Images: #2 Dallin Leavitt, #12 Beau Duronslet, #32 Xavier Griggs On paper Central Catholic is one of the most talented teams in the Pacific Northwest. The (5-2) Rams have lost to #2 Lake Oswego and #4 Jesuit in games where they either beat themselves or started there #4 QB. A loss is a loss and no excuses were made, but the one thing that has remained consistent is the individual…

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Mid-Season Stat Machines

Deion Wright #18 (6-0,185) Senior QB (A.C. Davis 4A Washington) – 2011 Stats: Pass 123 of 193, 2036 Yds, 23 TD, 3 Int – 67 Carries for 212 rushing yards, 2 TD Deshawn Stephens #4 (6-3,185) Junior ATH (Rex Putnam 5A Oregon) – 2011 Stats: 22 Total TD’s (10 Passing, 5 Rushing, 7 Kickoff Returns) Jack Singler #3 (6-3, 170) Senior QB (South Medford 6A Oregon) – 2011 Stats: 101-146,…

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