Have a look at the top skill kids for the class of 2016, as we continue to feature the Junior’s returning in Oregon this season. These athletes have the potential of being one of the elite perimeter groups to have come through the state in some time.
The State of Oregon will feature a number of talented Junior RB’s in 2014. Have a look at some of the top young rushers in the region.
As one of the most talent-rich programs in the state, many have wondered why the Lancers struggled to win games the past two seasons, going just 9 – 12, but the worm is about to turn if head coach Dave Miller and his charges have anything to say about it.
2013 left a bad taste in the mouth of everyone at the North Kirkland school, as they missed the playoffs by just one game, but the Rebels are once again one of the more talented teams in the 3A classification.
One of the state’s top fullbacks will be called upon early and often this season as the Southridge Skyhawks graduate 34 senior’s from a year ago. Zack Wilbur (6-0 200 15′ RB/LB) earned 1st team all league honors in 2013 and will likely play a key role on both sides of the ball this year.
A video interview with 2016 recruiting class QB Tavin Montgomery of Juanita (Kirkland, Wash.) High School.
In 2013, Kent Meridian stumbled their way to a 3-7 record, but three of their losses – to rival Kentwood along with Kentridge and Auburn – were by a combined total of seven points. This year, as long as they can stay healthy, they should be able to make some noise in the SPSL 4A Northeast Division.
The Scots return 11 starters (five on offense; six on defense) to a team that went 2-8 last season and they definitely have some young talent that should make them a tough game week in and week out during the 2014 football season.
Here is a preview and prediction from NEI’s Jordan Johnson for the 2014 season in the Portland Metro League.
The 2014 football season is here, with games starting in less than two weeks, and an athlete that could have a breakout season is Christian Stafford of Todd Beamer (Federal Way, Wash.) High School. Standing 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds, Stafford is a big physical receiver and does a tremendous job using his body to create separation from his defensive counterparts. Stafford was a relative unknown after receiving honorable mention in the SPSL…