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Kent Meridian’s Daigbe is an emerging star in the 2016 class

  Kent Meridian ATH Emmanuel Daigbe had a great summer, showcasing his talents at a couple of regional camps and, as he heads into his junior season with the Royals this fall, he hopes to put himself squarely in the sights of college football coaches. “I’ve had a good summer and offseason with my team and at some camps,” Daigbe told Northwest Elite Index recently. “I’ve been working a lot…

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2014 Rough Diamonds College Showcase: Oregon QB/WR/DB Breakdown

  This is part five of the MVP’s and breakdown for the Rough Diamonds NW College Showcase. Earlier we showed the Specialists Breakdown, followed by the Lineman Breakdown. The RB/TE/LB Breakdown was combined into one write-up as part three of this series. The final session of the 2014 Rough Diamonds NW College Showcase event featured some of the Northwest’s top talent, on one field, in front of various coaches from…

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Dehonta Hayes Updates Offers and Timeframe For A Decision

       Lincoln (Tacoma, Wa.) CB Dehonta Hayes currently holds seven offers and several more schools have been showing him a lot of interest the past few weeks. He recently updated Northwest Elite Index on his offers and also talked about when he’s likely to make his decision.      “I have offers right now from Navy, Eastern Washington, Montana State, Montana, Portland State, UTEP and U.C. Davis,” Hayes told NEI…

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Intro 2015: Bryce Vitcovich of Marysville Pilchuck

Click for Bryce Vitcovich Highlights        One of the more impressive prospects at the Rough Diamonds Showcase that took place on the final weekend of June was Marysville Pilchuck DE Bryce Vitcovich. After a solid junior season, he has his eyes set on an even better senior campaign and he’s working hard toward that goal as fall camp approaches.      “I’m definitely coming in with a chip on my…

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Intro 2015: Tanner Torr of Kent Meridian

     Kent Meridian could be a sleeper team to keep an eye on in the SPSL this fall and one of the big reasons is the fact that they have OL/DL Tanner Torr leading the way, on both sides of the ball.      Torr played both ways for the Royals last fall, but his future is on the offensive side of the ball.      The 6’4″, 285-pounder, with quick feet…

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Bryce Missey looking to get Bethel back to the top of the SPSL

       For many years the Bethel (Spanaway, Wash.) Braves were one of the top teams not only in the SPSL, but in the State of Washington. While they have fallen on hard times the past few seasons, the future looks bright at Art Crate Stadium, and a big reason is the potential of QB Bryce Missey (’16, 6’0″ 175).      Last season the Braves used two athletes at QB, Jared Siegel…

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2014 Rough Diamonds College Showcase: Washington QB/WR/DB Breakdown

  This is part four of the MVP’s and breakdown for the Rough Diamonds NW College Showcase. Earlier this week we showed the Specialists Breakdown, followed by the Lineman Breakdown. The RB/TE/LB Breakdown was combined into one write as part three of this series. The final session of the 2014 Rough Diamonds NW College Showcase event featured some of the Northwest’s top talent, on one field, in front of various coaches…

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Updated: Oregon 2015 TE/OL Rankings

  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…

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Skyline’s Derek Loville has two early offers

Click for Derek Loville Highlights        Even though he plays for one of the top 4A programs in the state, we’re just now starting to learn about Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) WR Derek Loville. This spring, the talented wideout has drawn interest from several FBS programs and he looks to be one of the top in-state receivers heading in the fall of 2014.      While helping to lead the Spartans…

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