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Dylan Ledbetter of O’Dea talks first offer

       Offers have been flying around lately, an athlete who picking one up recently is Dylan Ledbetter of O’Dea (Seattle, Wash.) High School, who was offered by the University of Idaho.     “I went over there for their spring game, got a tour and met the coaches,” Ledbetter told NEI. “Coach (Paul) Petrino came up to me and introduced himself. He asked if I was taller than my dad and I said ‘yes’….

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Battle in Seattle 7 on 7 in Review

  It was good to see the region’s top athletes, as a great day of football was marked by the biggest title upset in 7 on 7 “Battle in Seattle” history. The Gig Harbor Tides defeated the WA Alumni All-Star team featuring 13 signed D1 athletes to win the championship. Barton Football once again did a great job putting on the event which brought together the NW’s top upperclassmen, underclassmen and youth…

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First Offer Comes In For Williams

       Lincoln (Tacoma, Wa.) WR Jayson Williams got some good news on Wednesday as Montana became the first school to offer the talented wideout.      “Just received my first offer from University of Montana,” Williams told Northwest Elite Index shortly after receiving the good news. “They were up here last week to meet with our coaches and they came out to watch us in a 7-on-7 thing we were…

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Mount Spokane’s Roy Hyatt picks up first offer

       The Eastern side of Washington has joined in the recent recruiting blitz as Mount Spokane’s Roy Hyatt has received an offer from the University of Wyoming.      “Getting that offer was a huge upside for me,” Hyatt told NEI. “Obviously football was something I had in mind to play at the next level with, but to get an offer this early in the year from such an amazing program…

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Oregon top 2016 safety Brady Breeze makes transfer

  In one of the biggest moves of the year South Medford standout Brady Breeze (6-1 200 ’16 S/RB) has made the transfer to 2013 State Champion Central Catholic. The Rams will get the services of Oregon’s top safety for the 2016 class, as he met most of his new teammates this weekend. As most know Central went (14-0) last year in one the most impressive seasons to date. They…

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OL Riley Gallant of state champ Central Catholic lands 1st offer

       In what will be a busy off season for Oregon’s top lineman, Riley Gallant (6-6 285 ’15 OL) of state champ Central Catholic received his first offer from FCS national power Montana.      The big man out of Portland is ranked one of our top OL in the Pacific Northwest and will have multiple options before all is said and done. Referencing the offer from the Grizzlies Gallant…

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Barton Football Academy Camp & Combine Tour; Bellevue Breakdown

  Overall MVP: Jonathan Hillel Mount Si – QB – 2015   Offensive MVP: Ross Bowers / Blue Thomas Bothell – QB – 2015 /  Eastlake – QB – 2015   Defensive MVP: Tyler Wharf Bothell – LB – 2015   Offensive Line MVP: Joshua Watson Cascade (Everett) – 2016   Defensive Line MVP: Michael Clausen Tahoma – 2016   Breakout Performer: Cameron Davis Mount Si – OL – 2015…

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Intro 2015: Richard “Blue” Thomas

       He’s the unquestioned leader of what will likely be one of the top offenses in the state of Washington this fall, but Eastlake (Sammamish, Wa.) QB Richard “Blue” Thomas is fighting a stigma due to his height or, rather, his lack of it.      “I’m about 5’11 or 6’0 and I’m about 185 pounds, so I am not your typical quarterback, but I can do whatever is asked…

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Oregon 6-7 tackle Levi Long of Sprague grabs first offer

       In breaking news Thursday night Oregon top lineman Levi Long (6-7 290 2015) of Sprague (Salem, OR.) received his first offer from Montana State.      It could be the first of many for the talented kid out of the CVC as he is ranked one of the region’s top lineman. Long was an all conference kid last season and plays with a no non sense demeanor. He is…

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O’Dea OL Majid Firoozi grabs first offer

       With offers flying around left and right, recruiting season appears to be in full swing. O’Dea (Seattle, Wash.) OL Majid Firoozi (’15) picked up his first offer recently when the Air Force Academy made their intentions known.      “It feels good to know that hard work is starting to pay off but I know the hard work is just beginning,” Firoozi told NEI. “Air force came by O’Dea about…

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