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Kyle Schwarm and Stayton look to challenge in 2014

  A team you will hear much more about in the coming season is the 4A Stayton Eagles. The kids from the Oregon West Conference return 18 starters (8 offensively), and what could be one of the top junior QB’s in the state. Kyle Schwarm (6-3 185 16′ QB) started as a sophomore and can sling it. He has been training at the Barton Football Academy for the last couple seasons and is excited about…

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2016 To Keep An Eye On; Gabriel Gallman of Kent-Meridian

  You will begin to hear more and more about the 2016 recruiting class, as many will be taking leading roles heading into their Junior season. A name from the 2016 class to keep an eye on is Gabriel Gallman of Kent-Meridian (Wash.) High School. At five-feet-eight, and weighing 170 pounds, Gallman is a stout DB, that really excels in press coverage. He has even turned some heads at big regional…

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Nationally Ranked 16′ LB Joel Dublanko on the College Camp Circuit

  One of the country’s top ranked LB’s for the class of 2016 has had a busy off season to say the least. Joel Dublanko (6-3 225 LB 16′) of Olympia, Washington has been traveling all summer visiting many of the schools that have been recruiting him. As of right now he is a consensus 4 star kid nationally, being offered by the likes of Tennessee, Mississippi St, and Washington…

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On the Rise; Valley Catholic Football

  A team on the rise in the State of Oregon is the Valley Catholic Valiants out of Beaverton. They have recently made the jump from 3A to 4A, after their most successful season in school history where they finished (6-4). The Valiants have been far from a traditional football power during the short period of time the school has had a team. Valley was a combined (9-41) prior to…

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One of Washington’s top athletes; Oshea Trujillo of Bishop Blanchet

  The Braves of Bishop Blanchet (Seattle, Wash.) are one of the more up-and-coming programs in the state’s 3A classification, and one of the big reasons is the play of Oshea Trujillo (’16 ATH). As Trujillo heads into his Junior season in 2014, he will be a three year varsity player, as he saw time as just a freshman, before becoming an All-Metro player last season. “Being second team all…

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East Development Weekend Breakdown

  Football in the Tri Cities (Richland-Kennewick-Pasco) is a relative unknown to many people, but a group of motivated individuals is looking to change things for athletes in the region. Led by former Pasco Bulldog state champion Leon Wright-Jackson, East Development recently hosted a great two-day event at Chiawana (Pasco) High School. Friday night a group of athletes took part in a combine like scouting event. The athletes were tested in…

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NW top athlete for 2018; Dawson Jaramillo of Lake Oswego

  With continued progression Dawson Jaramillo (6-5.5 255 OL/DL 18′) of Lake Oswego has the potential of being one of the top lineman ever to come out of the Northwest. His overall athleticism is off the charts for a kid 6-5 and still so young. He runs like a deer, and is also one of the top baseball players in the country for his class. At the BFA Camp/Combine in Salem this past spring, he…

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Diallo Lewis and Grant Generals look to take back PIL

  One of the most consistent teams in Oregon over the last decade has been the Grant Generals. Head Coach Diallo Lewis has led the group to a (74-38) record from 2004-2013 and multiple PIL titles, with the Portland school being a model of consistency in a conference that has struggled. Lewis is widely considered one of the top coaches in the region for his work on and off the…

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UPDATED RANKINGS: Oregon 2015 DL/LB

We will have athletes ranked numerically and an honorable mention list, based on who PROJECTS HIGHEST AT THE NEXT LEVEL. There are a variety of factors that go into determining who projects where. These include (Current offers, Size, testing, All league/State accolades, camp/combine performances, stats, competition levels, D1/NFL Genes, GPA, Overall character/work ethic etc.). You can be a very talented high school athlete and not project to a high level…

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