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O’Dea RB Myles Gaskin Will Stay Home To Play His College Ball: By Scott Eklund

       O’Dea (Seattle, Wa.) RB Myles Gaskin has seen his stock rise since the end of his junior season, but on Sunday, after meeting for a second time with the Husky coaching staff, the talented runner decided he’d seen enough and made his decision to commit to Washington.      “I’ve committed to the University of Washington,” a happy Gaskin told Northwest Elite Index shortly after making his decision. “It…

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Watch Out For This 2016 Tailback: By Scott Eklund

       Even though he had to share carries with a senior, 2016 Mountain View (Vancouver, Wa.) RB Preston Jones still had a stellar sophomore season this past fall.      “It was a good season for me. I really had a great time and we had a really good season as a team, so I think it is something for us to build off of,” Jones told Northwest Elite Index…

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Under the radar and rising; Kentridge WR Rashaun West: By Ryland Spencer

Click for Rashaun West Highlights        One of the top WR’s in the 2015 recruiting class is Rashaun West (6’2″ 195) of Kentridge High School. West has shown well this offseason, and recently was invited to join our 7-on-7 team that will travel to Las Vegas in the middle of March.      “I want to have a good turnout with Vegas by turning heads and catching eyes,” West told…

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Intro 2015: KeJuan Coleman of Cascade: By Scott Eklund

Click for KeJuan Coleman Highlights        We’ve been talking about the Cascade (Everett, Wa.) football program for the past couple of years as head coach Joe Cronin has brought the Bruins from bottom-feeder status to being a perennial playoff team. This fall, RB KeJuan Coleman promises to be one of the top playmakers for his team and he updated Northwest Elite Index on how things are going this offseason….

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Washington Elite Event Breakdown for 2/23/2014: By Ryland Spencer

  Click for Elite Event Highlight/M.O.P. Video   Playing in the Northwest we are plenty used to being outdoors in the rain, and this week we decided to stay outside, even with a steady drizzle. While it may have affected some of the Quarterbacks and Receivers, I didn’t hear one complaint. This week, the Rogers Rams of Puyallup were well represented. QB Griffen Stacy and LB Shane Ward show up…

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One of WA’s Top 2016 Defensive Ends; Evan Weaver of Gonzaga Prep: By Ryland Spencer

Click for Evan Weaver Highlights        The Eastern part of Washington may not have a big number of teams in the upper levels of Football, but they have shown in recent years to have plenty of D1 caliber players. While it may be early to start labelling a 2016 athlete as D1, but a player who looks to be on that track is Evan Weaver (6’3″ 220) of Gonzaga Prep…

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Oregon/SW Washington Elite Event Breakdown By Jordan Johnson

  Click For Video Highlights   Player for player this was one of the most impressive elite events we have had in Oregon. As you scroll down the list you will see a majority of the top athletes within the state. Check out the elite event video posted above as we break down the top 10 plays of the weekend. BFA will be headed to Las Vegas for our 4th…

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Lynnwood’s Katzenberg​er sees Pac 12 interest pick up: By Scott Eklund

       Although he played on a team that didn’t have a good season as far as their record is concerned, Lynnwood (Wa.) two-way star Andrew Katzenberger had a stellar season individually and his size, speed and high Football I.Q. have already started to draw some Pac 12 interest.      “It’s been pretty good so far this offseason,” Katzenberger told Northwest Elite Index. “I’ve been hearing from a few schools…

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