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Chiawana LB Alex Weber set to sign with Ivy League school: By Scott Eklund

       Chiawana (Pasco, Wa.) LB Alex Weber had an outstanding senior season, helping to lead the Riverhawks to the 4A State Championship and earning First Team All State honors. Now, as National Letter-of-Intent Day approaches, the talented linebacker tells Northwest Elite Index that he will be playing for an Ivy League power.      “I’ve decided to commit to Penn,” Weber told NEI the night before Signing Day. “The coaches…

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Mercer Island’s Brad Kimball commits to the Ivy League: By Scott Eklund

       It’s been an arduous journey for Mercer Island (Wa.) senior DL Brad Kimball, but the talented two-way Islander star told Northwest Elite Index recently he has made his college choice.      “I have committed to Brown University,” Kimball told NEI in a message.      Kimball chose Brown over offers from Harvard and Yale and interest from a host of other programs. This past summer, while still taking part…

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All in the family; Cy Sirmon lands first offer from Idaho: By Jordan Johnson

       Cy Sirmon (6-2 225 LB) of Wenatchee is one of the top junior’s in the Pacific Northwest. This past week he kept a family trend going after receiving his 1st D1 offer from Idaho.      The young backer comes from one of the most talented football families ever to come out of the region. He went off in 2013, earning 1st team all league honors on both sides…

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PIL Champion Roosevelt looking to repeat: By Jordan Johnson

       Fresh off a PIL title the Christian Swain led Roosevelt Roughriders (9-2) look to be equally talented coming back next season. The transformation that has taken place over the last half decade has been inspirational on multiple levels, with success in the classroom equating to the best teams the school has had in years.      The first hour of any practice is spent in a group called “First…

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One of WA’s top 2A Athletes; Kody Martinez By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top athletes in the state of Washington at the 2a level is Kody Martinez (5-10 170 Jr. ATH/DB) of Washington High School. The kid out of Tacoma was named the South Puget Sound Conference athlete of the year, while earning 2nd team all league honors at defensive back as well. The Patriots had a tough season going (1-9) making Kody’s accomplishments all the more relevant.     …

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Freshman standout Chase Warren to lead up and coming Crater team By Jordan Johnson

       Get used to the name Chase Warren (6-1 1/2 175 Fr.) as he will be one of the top quarterback’s in the Northwest for the 2017 class. The kid out of Crater HS (Central Point, OR) has looked the part and then some, and he is just getting started.      Warren impressed as an 8th grader on the Barton Football Camp and Combine tour as he embraced the…

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UPDATED: Washington 2015 QB/RB/WR Rankings: By Ryland Spencer and Jordan Johnson

  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…

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Barton Football to represent OR and WA once again in Vegas By Jordan Johnson

Click to view past Vegas Highlights        Exciting news as we at Barton Football will once again represent the state’s of Oregon and Washington in Las Vegas at one of the top 7 on 7 tourney’s nationwide. This will be BFA’s 4th year representing the region, with Kashann Simmons and Baron Flenory (Pylon Sports) doing a phenomenal job of bringing in the top talent from across the country. 54…

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Sumner RB DeJon Lynch looking for his opportunity: By Ryland Spencer

DeJon Lynch Highlights        Early in 2012 a player popped onto the scene that nobody knew about. He had moved from out of the country, and quickly became known as the “Canadian Ghost”. Now following two brilliant seasons, DeJon Lynch (5’11” 215) is still looking to find a pace to call home in 2014.      Lynch was speaking with Simon Fraser University, but following the season that coaching staff…

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Unanimous 1st team All-Metro OL Tyler Cox headed to play D1 ball By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top lineman in Oregon made his senior year count racking up award after award on his way to an outstanding 2013 season. Tyler Cox (6-3 250 OL/DL) of Southridge was named a unanimous 1st team all league lineman, while racking up honorable mention all state honors and a spot on USA Today’s All Oregon team.      Cox has committed as a “preferred walk on” to…

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