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Oregon top Safety for 2016 Brady Breeze opens with Pac 12 offer

       In breaking news out of Eugene, Oregon’s top safety for the class of 2016 Brady Breeze (6-1 195 S/RB) has been offered by the Oregon Ducks. As most know Brady recently made the transfer from South Medford, to 2013 state champion Central Catholic, and will be part of a nationally ranked 2014 Rams team.      Breeze racked up MVP DB honors at the Ducks camp this last week,…

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Intro 2015: Josiah Bronson of Kentwood

       A name that has just started to emerge on recruiting radars recently is Kentwood (Kent, Wa.) DE Josiah Bronson. The talented multi-sport athlete had an impressive showing at a recent camp and, if he can get his academics in order, he’s likely to wind up being a highly-coveted player in the 2015 recruiting cycle.      Bronson blew onlookers away at the recent Northwest Elite camp held at the…

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Tumwater’s Easton Trakel grabs first offer

       News coming down tonight that Easton Trakel of Tumwater (Wash.) High School has been offered by Montana State University. This is the first offer for the dynamic 2016 class athlete.      “It means a lot,” Trakel told NEI. “I have been working for this since freshman year. I’m still in shock I got my offer.”      Trakel has been in contact with the Bobcats coaching staff the past few weeks, but…

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Intro 2016: Rashaad Boddie of Skyline

       A name to keep an eye on this fall for the 2016 recruiting class is Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) RB Rashaad Boddie. The talented runner is driven to be one of the best ball-carriers in the state, regardless of class, and he’s working hard this offseason to prepare for a big junior season.      Boddies posted 524 yards and seven scores on 84 carries, to go along with six…

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Oregon 2016 Top TE/DE; Jacob Kizer of West Salem

       A kid you will hear a lot about over the next two seasons is 6-5 225 TE/DE Jacob Kizer of West Salem. Take one quick look and you see an athlete with legit D1 size and all of the tools to be one of the most recruited kids in the Northwest.      Kizer will come in ranked one of Oregon’s top recruits for the 2016 class and a can’t…

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Intro 2015: Jojo Binda of Kamiak

Click for Jojo Binda Highlights        One of the top returning tailbacks in WESCO 4A this year is Kamiak (Mukilteo, Wa.) RB Jojo Binda. After a solid junior season that saw him lead the team in rushing, the talented runner is ready for a huge senior season and looks the part of a back who could make a big impact at the next level.      Binda got a late…

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Catching up with Bothell’s Jackson Keimig

       Recruiting is in full swing right now, with offers flying around, and no athlete has been more active than Jackson Keimig of Bothell (Wash.) High School.      Since we last updated you, Keimig has received seven offers, and is now at a total of nine. Idaho was his first offer, followed by Dartmouth, and has since added Bryant, Air Force, Columbia, Montana, Montana State, PENN and Yale.     …

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5A Oregon team on the rise; South Albany

       One of the fastest rising teams in the state of Oregon at the 5A level are the South Albany Rebels. The kids out of the Mid Willamette Conference will be much improved from a season ago where they finished (3-6) losing to some very talented teams.      The MWC is widely considered the top 5a league in Oregon, with cross town rival and state champ West Albany moving…

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Rough Diamonds Announces Third Annual NW College Showcase

  Exciting news for athletes in the Northwest, as the Rough Diamonds Athletic Foundation will once again be presenting the Northwest College Showcase. It will be the premier event of the year with a majority of the top kids from around the region competing. The event will feature an NFL pro-style format with 2 hour blocks by position groups on one field, so all of the college coaches in attendance can see…

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