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Tumwater’s Trejo still looking for his chance: By Ryland Spencer

Click here Korye Trejo Highlights   One of the top unsigned lineman in Washington is Korye Trejo (6’1″ 260) of Tumwater High School. Trejo is a four-year varsity letter winner, and saw time on the 2010 State Championship team. He was a first team All-Evergreen Conference player the past two seasons, as the Thunderbirds finished as the state runner-up both years. All in all, Trejo finished his high school career with a 48-6 record. …

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Saffle grabs first offer: By Scott Eklund

  Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) LB Cameron Saffle has patiently waited for his first offer and that was rewarded on Wednesday when Idaho became the first school to extend an offer his way. “Just got offered by Idaho,” was the text message Saffle sent to Northwest Elite Index. The offer from the Vandals is Saffle’s first and could be joined soon by some bigger schools like Washington, Washington…

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OR & WA’s top receivers headed to Vegas to represent Barton Football: By Jordan Johnson

  As we head out to Vegas in less than a month, a majority of the top athletes from Oregon and Washington will be in attendance. Two of OR and WA’s top ranked receivers will lead the way for Team Oregon/SW Washington and get a chance to show what they can do against some of the top DB’s in the country. In the coming weeks we will provide you with…

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One of the top 2016 athletes in Washington; Easton Trakel of Tumwater: By Ryland Spencer

Click for Easton Trakel Highlights   The offseason is still relatively young, but so far an athlete that has done a lot to make a name for himself is Easton Trakel (5’10” 165) of Tumwater High School. Don’t let his size fool you, his speed and overall athleticism can be eye popping at times, as he has a knack for making linebackers and defensive backs look foolish. Last season…

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Washington Elite Event Breakdown for 2/16/2014: By Ryland Spencer

  Click for Barton Elite Event Video   The Barton Football Academy resumed Elite Events this past weekend after a two-week layoff due to the Super Bowl and a snowy weather cancellation. We feel fortunate to be working with the State’s top athletes, and this week is no exception. The group of Linebackers is as good as we have seen so far this offseason. Barton Football coach Dion Alexander determined…

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Potoae Updates NEI On The Recruiting Process: By Scott Eklund

  Since we first saw him as an eighth grader, Lakes (Lakewood, Wa.) DE Benning Potoae has been one of the top projected prospects in the 2015 recruiting class to come out of the state of Washington. He recently took a trip to the University of Washington for their junior day and he updated us on that visit plus where things stand with the rest of his offers. …

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One of the top 2017 lineman in Washington; Brody McKnight of Eastside Catholic: By Ryland Spencer

Click for Brody McKnight Highlights   There aren’t many freshman that see significant playing time in the State of Washington, but those who do are usually pretty special. Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wash.) offensive lineman Brody McKnight had a great freshman campaign, and with a great work ethic, looks like he could be one of those special players. This season McKnight started all 14 games for the Crusaders, who…

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Two of the top freshman athletes in the country; Elijah Molden & Anthony Adams: By Jordan Johnson

Barton Elite Video   The best thing about our elite events is that it allows the top athletes in the region to compete against one another. Two freshman that stick out like a sore thumb are Elijah Molden of West Linn and Anthony Adams of Newberg. They currently project as the top two recruits in Oregon for the 2017 class, and two of the better overall athletes anywhere in…

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