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Uso Olive – Big Time DT Commits to Portland State

For the 6’1 300 Pound DL from Federal Way High School in Washington, getting a college scholarship was the goal. A goal which he has achieved by recently committing to play football for the Portland State Vikings. Uso has had an incredible career thus far by recording 17 sacks in 5 games as a sophomore, and going both ways as a junior while recording 5 sacks and leading his team…

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Brett Bafaro – An Inside Look

Image from ESPN.com There’s not much I can tell you about Brett Bafaro the football player that hasn’t already been written about. Sure, you already know he’s a beastly 6’2 1/2″, 230lbs. Sure, you already know he runs a legitimate 4.50 40. Sure, he’s being recruited throughout the country and has numerous offers from schools such as OSU, Boise State, UO, Utah, UW, Colorado, etc. He could walk into any…

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Central Catholic’s D1 Defense

DL Alex Balducci 6-4 270 Sr Commit- Oregon DL Jacob Nall 6-4 225 Sr Offers- Idaho, PSU DL Fergus Frederickson 6-4 250 Jr Legit D1- D1aa DL Tyler Nagea 5-9 255 Sr DL Connor Humphreys 6-2 225 So Legit D1- D1aa LB Xavier Griggs 6-1 210 Jr Legit D1 LB Mick Hartwig 6-0 195 Sr LB Austin Kahnahui’ 6-3 225 Sr DB Beau Duronslet 6-0 190 Jr Legit D1 DB…

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Things look promising in Stayton with the dynamic duo of Reece Hack and Austin Foster

If you don’t live in or around the city of Stayton, you’ve probably never heard of Stayton High School football.  And for good reason, as it’s a small town and hasn’t historically been a football powerhouse.  But that’s all starting to change, and there are a few names that are the reason why.  Austin Foster is one of those kids you won’t see on any Blue Chip list.  He’s not a 4 or 5…

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Recruiting Tips – A weekly guide for parents and athletes to help in the recruiting process

Recruiting has always been a crazy business, never more so than today.  From the hundreds of different rules, to the different styles of coaches, this is a process that can swallow kids and families whole if it’s not handled the right way. Conversely, if it’s done the right way, it can be the greatest experience a family ever goes through.  I’ve seen this process drive a wedge between a kid and their parents,…

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Landon Martinez & Trevor Dye – The future looks brighter in Oregon City, here are two reasons why

Oregon City won’t be a favorite to win the Three Rivers League this year.  In fact, they won’t be favored to win many games.  Coming off a (4-7) year, the Pioneers also are dealing with the loss of their head coach.  But if you talk to the players on the team, you don’t get the sense that they are throwing in the towel on the season.  In fact, there’s a new aura of confidence…

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Jesuit gets even more loaded with the transfer of AJ Glass

Though he’ll be in a different uniform on a different team this year, expect much of the same from AJ Glass.  A 2nd Team All League DB last year at West Linn, AJ has transferred to Jesuit .  As if the Crusaders needed any more talent, Glass forms a great 1-2 punch in the backfield with Jaima Halliburton.  Defensively, he rounds out arguably the best secondary in the state with Nick Rothstein, Drew DeMarco,…

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Small in stature, Dillon Miller plays bigger than anyone

The state of Oregon is absolutely loaded this season, with both college prospects and overall teams.  You could make an argument for about 5 programs winning a state title.  The obvious two being Jesuit and Aloha, who are both ranked in the national polls. One other team that will have something to say about it is the Sheldon Irish. Three time State Championship Head coach Marty Johnson has stepped down, but is still playing a…

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Connor Neville – A future star Quarterback in the making

With the recent success of QB’s coming out of the Northwest to both the Collegiate and NFL levels, I wanted to write about a superstar in the making.  His name is Conner Neville, and he’ll be a 7th grader this year.  I know this sounds almost absurd to write about such a young kid and proclaim such a big statement.  But before you judge, hear me out.  Most recently, Lane Kiffin(head coach at USC) offered…

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Caleb Smith commits to Oregon State University

They say it’s not the final destination that matters, but rather the journey. If you ask Caleb Smith or his parent’s, they’d tell you differently. For Smith, a 6’6” 250lb. TE from Kentridge High School in Washington, the whole point of his recruiting journey was to find his destination. And on Saturday, he found just that in Corvallis, Oregon with the OSU Beavers. The 2nd high profile recruit to commit…

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