• NEI Recruiting Tips: Choosing The Correct College Camps
  • Northwest 9 Announces Regional Tryouts
  • Issaquah’s Gevers Searching For The Right Fit
  • Intro 2018: Squalicum RB Triston Smith
  • Stadium’s Novak Seeing Increased Interest

Oregon’s Top QB’s for 2016

  Legit back to back QB classes represent Oregon for both 2015 & 2016. The current Senior’s have (4) kids offered by D1 universities as of right now and the Junior’s listed below could be just as talented. Check out Oregon’s top quarterback’s for 2016…   Sam Noyer 6-4 200 Beaverton – Noyer will be one of the top ranked QB’s on the west coast before all is said and…

Read More >>

Oregon’s D1 2016 Line

  Breaking down Oregon’s line class for 2016 we see D1 kids up and down the board. It has the potential of being one of the top groups ever to come through the state. Check out this year’s Junior’s and who projects at the highest level. Conner Crist 6-4 295 T Tigard– Crist was a standout on the BFA Camp and Combine Tour over the off season and will be…

Read More >>

One of Washington’s top 2016 DT’s; Beni Madrigal-Ries of Arlington

  The 2016 recruiting class is really beginning to take shape. Athletes are being offered, some even committing, and all around we are starting to see which athletes stand out above the rest. Beni Madrigal-Ries of Arlington High School is beginning to make his case as one of the top DT’s statewide. “The RDAF Showcases was probably one the best experiences I’ve had as a football prospect because of the…

Read More >>

North Thurston’s Dario Haynes Beginning His Rise

  Saying a player is on the “rise” can really mean many things. Often it applies to an athlete that has an offer and begins picking up bigger offers as more schools take notice. In the case of Dario Haynes, it refers to an athlete that was not on many radars, and is really starting to pick up steam. Haynes is a two-way standout for North Thurston (Lacey, Wash.) High…

Read More >>