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Under the radar multi-sport star; Justin Dunsmore of Zillah

       One of Washington’s most unknown athletes is Justin Dunsmore (’15) of Zillah High School.      The six-foot-six inch, 215 pound Dunsmore excels on both the football field and basketball court, even helping the Leopards to a State Basketball Championship this past season, after being named first team All-SCAC for the second straight season, and picking up first team All-State.      “I sometimes still can’t believe I am a state champion but…

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Future Plans Come Into Focus For Lakes’ Potoae

       It’s been a busy spring for Lakes (Lakewood, Wa.) DL Benning Potoae and it’s going to be a busy summer as well. Northwest Elite Index caught up with the top-rated prospect recently and he updated us on his summer itinerary.      “I’ve sorta been planning out my summer and where I am camping,” Potoae told NEI. “I’m going to visit Washington for their Rising Stars camp, I’m going…

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RB On The Rise; Austin Cole of Juanita

       One of the top teams in Washington’s 3A classification next season will be the Juanita Rebels of Kirkland. They are a talented group, with possibly one of their top upperclassmen being runningback Austin Cole (2015, 6’0″ 200).      Cole will be the feature back for what could be a high powered Juanita offense. Last season he finished with over 9 yards per carry, and 11 TDs. At the end of the year,…

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One of Oregon’s best; Marshawn Edwards of Parkrose

       One of the fastest rising athletes in the Pacific Northwest is Marshawn Edwards (5-9 170 Jr. ATH) of Parkrose. He has had one of the most impressive off season’s of any player in the region, after a standout 2013 campaign that saw him earn 1st team all league and 2nd team all state honors.      Edwards caught 36 passes, for close to 500 yards and 10 TD’s from…

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MWL Player of the Year Candidate ; Parker Layton of Ashland

       One of the fastest rising athletes in the state of Oregon is Parker Layton (6-2.5 205, ’15 LB/TE) of Ashland. He earned 2nd team all league honors on both sides of the ball in 2013 and was a big part of the Grizzlies (12-1) MWL Conference title team.      Layton was one of two backers that we brought to Vegas as part of our 7 on 7 travel…

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Jayson Williams makes a move

       A player many of us thought was one of the top in-state wideouts in the 2015 recruiting class has made the decision to switch schools and Jayson Williams said, while it wasn’t an easy one, it was the right move for him.      “My family moved to the Tacoma School district, so it made sense for me to transfer to Lincoln,” Williams told Northwest Elite Index. “It was…

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6-4 260; 2017 tackle Wynn Nevin of Eagle Point

       A kid we will hear a lot about over the next few seasons is freshman lineman Wynn Nevin (6-4 260 OL/DL) of Eagle Point. He possesses legit size and outstanding overall athleticism for such a young athlete.        First year head coach Seth Womack came from the college game and knows what a D1 lineman looks like. Nevin has unique coordination for a big man, while sporting…

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Barton Football Academy Camp & Combine Tour: Bellingham Breakdown

  Most Outstanding Performer Tristan Brock – ’15, QB/LB, Mount Vernon   Offensive Outstanding Performer Clark Hazlett – ’15, QB, Squalicum / Matt Wilson – ’15, QB, Woodinville   Defensive Outstanding Performer Matt Kvech – ’15, DB, Eastside Catholic   Lineman Outstanding Performer Caden Lair – ’16, TE/OL, Lynden   Underclass Outstanding Performer Sterling Somers – ’16, QB, Lynden   Breakout Performer Brody Weinheimer – ’17, LB, Lynden     The Barton…

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