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Kingco 3A’s returning sack leader; Maximum Millett gets after it

  The term we hear a lot for defensive lineman is “High Motor”. when it comes to 2015 end Maximum Millett of Juanita (Kirkland, Wash.), there is no such thing as high motor, cause Millett only knows one speed… Fast! “As a d-lineman all I want to do is dominate,” Millett told NEI. “I don’t care who is across from me, I’m going to trust my techniques, stay disciplined, I’m going to…

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Updated Oregon 2015 QB/RB/WR/A​TH 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 level…

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Russell Boston looking to get Liberty back to the top

  A team on the rise in Kingco’s 3A conference are the Liberty Patriots. They should be one of the more improved teams in the conference next season, and will likely challenge for a spot in the playoffs. One of the big reason’s for the high expectations is the stellar play of Russell Boston (’15, RB/S). Standing five-feet-seven inches, Boston’s game is base on his speed and overall…

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Oregon top lineman for 2016; Conner Crist & Derek McMurray of Tigard

  Two of the top lineman in the region for the 2016 class will be Conner Crist (6-4 290 ’16 OL) and Derek McMurray (6-7 345 ’16 OL) of Tigard. Both athletes possess legit size and overall athleticism. Crist will be ranked our #1 O lineman in Oregon for his class with McMurray right behind him. The Tigers upfront foundation for the future is set with two individuals that…

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Bothell TE Cole Ford picks up first offer

  A few months ago we told you Bothell (Wash.) TE Cole Ford (’15) was looking to get to the D1 level, now he can officially say he is there as the University of Montana stepped in and made their intentions known. “Getting my first offer just feels surreal,” Ford told NEI. “All the hard work is paying off. Now I just need to keep it up. Montana is a great school…

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NW LB Rising Quickly: Tyson Cooper of Central Catholic

  One of the fastest rising players in the Northwest is Tyson Cooper (5-11 200 2015 LB/RB) of State Champion Central Catholic. The kid out of Portland has a junior highlight film that doesn’t lie as Tyson went off during the Rams state title run. Cooper finished 2nd on the team with 77 tackles, while also carrying the ball 26 times for 194 yards and 3 TD’s, averaging 7.46…

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One of 4A’s best; Philomath and 6-4 QB Trey Ecker

Going into the summer and looking at Oregon’s top QB’s and 4A teams, Philomath High School and Trey Ecker (6-4 175 2015′) are one of the first names that come to mind. Ecker was a 1st team all league and honorable mention all state QB last season. He threw 26 TD’s and 1 INT, while passing for 2,425 yards, with his Warriors finishing (11-1). Trey is a…

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