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 level of college football. (EX: If you are a 5-10 first team all league or all state lineman congratulations, but you are not going to project to a D1 school. It is what it is and that goes for all positions. We feel very fortunate to have the college contacts that we do, so it’s important that the rankings are structured so that all schools can get a realistic breakdown of who they should be recruiting.

Through NEI and the Barton Football Academy we have been able to work with most of the top athletes in the region on a consistent basis, which has enabled us to make the accuracy of our evaluations more legitimate then any other group or recruiting source.

All of these rankings are subject to change at any time based on any new information received. It’s important that we see any athlete that feels they are one of the best, as we can only determine so much based on film or word of mouth. Any top athlete that feels they should be higher on this list should get out to one or more of our NEI/Barton Football Camp and Combine events.

As most of you know all of our events are documented via video allowing us to see kids in person, while breaking down film of athletes after the fact if we still have questions about a kid. No other football academy has ever ventured to do such a thing, but we feel that this is the most fair and accurate way to give each athlete a ranking. Obviously nothing is perfect, but it is by far and away the most credible source in the region.


We are constantly updating and adding to the site. It is a big region so please let us know of any athlete that you feel may have been missed. We are more than happy to look at any and all information sent to us referencing our northwest athletes.

Jordan Johnson and the NEI Team

Kaleb McGary
1)
Kaleb McGary
Fife
6′ 7, 285
Committed: Washington
Offers: Arizona State, Boise State, CAL, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Will be able to go to almost any school in the country. Looked phenomenal on our NEI/ Barton Camp and Combine Tour last off season, and will only be adding to his already significant frame. Plays TE, but projects to the OL.
Morgan Richey
2)
Morgan Richey
Bellevue
6′ 5, 280
Offers: Air Force, Colorado State, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Northern Colorado, UCLA, Utah
One of the fastest rising recruits. Possibly the state’s top run blocker. Will be the next highly touted lineman out of Bellevue. Carries a mean streak and just knows how to get the job done. He has legit size and athleticism.
Randin Crecelius
3)
Randin Crecelius
Cascade (Everett, WA)
6′ 5, 280
Committed: Portland State
Offers: Portland State
1st team all WESCO on both sides of the ball..Will be a three year all league kid and recently showed up at one of our elite events and dominated other top competition. Comes from a football family, and has a huge upside with legit size and coordination.
Drew Clarkson
4)
Drew Clarkson
Camas
6′ 4, 275
Committed: Oregon State
Offers: CAL, Eastern Washington, Northern Colorado, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State
1st team all GSHL kid with legit size that has blown up as of late. Clarkson wears his heart on his sleeve, and will be the leader up front of a #1 ranked Camas team coming back in 2013.
Andre Dillard
5)
Andre Dillard
Woodinville
6′ 5, 240
Committed: Washington State
Offers: Eastern Washington, Idaho, Portland State, Washington State
At 6-5 his upside is through the roof, while already holding multiple offers. Will be one of the featured lineman in the Kingco.
Drew Springfield
6)
Drew Springfield
Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, WA)
6′ 3, 265
Another kid that has been very impressive at our elite events showing off outstanding technique..Will play for one of the top teams in the state. 1st team All-Metro in 2012.
Reggie Long
7)
Reggie Long
Skyline (Sammamish, WA)
6′ 3, 290
Committed: Central Washington
One of the fastest rising lineman in the state. If he is to play at the highest level he will have most likely have to be a center. 1st team all league kid from last years state championship squad, just continues to get better.
Mason Johnson
8)
Mason Johnson
Kentlake (Kent, WA)
6′ 3, 285
Kids just a beast and a physical specimen. Can move mountains with his strength and has been dominant on both sides of the ball. Projects as more of a D lineman on the interior but can go either way.
Elijah Klein
9)
Elijah Klein
Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma, WA)
6′ 4, 290
Flying up the rankings board and projecting at the D1 level with continued progression. Will be the anchor of a line that featured top seniors McQuery, Kohrs..Gained valuable state championship experience. 1 team All-League in 2012.
Jonah Jordan
10)
Jonah Jordan
Mead (Spokane, WA)
6′ 2, 270
Committed: Eastern Washington
Offers: Air Force, Army, Eastern Washington
Jordan comes from a football family and will be a three year starter and three year all league kid before he is done. Can play on the defensive side of the ball, and may project as a center at the next level depending on how much taller he gets.
Kayden Maughn
11)
Kayden Maughn
Chiawana (Pasco, WA)
6′ 3, 245
2 time 1st team all league kid that has already been visited by the likes of BYU.. Maughn is a phenomenal overall athlete showing off his skills on the basketball floor and just a really good overall kid.
Nick Hensley
12)
Nick Hensley
Glacier Peak (Snohomish, WA)
6′ 2, 250
Not prototypical “big school’ lineman size, just a very talented kid.. 1st team all league, all area.. 2nd team all state.
Robert Luke
13)
Robert Luke
Charles Wright Academy (Tacoma, WA)
6′ 4, 320
Another kid that has unlimited potential with size. Looked good on the camp circuit, 1st team all league kid on both sides of the ball.
Jordan Rose
14)
Jordan Rose
Freeman
6′ 6, 305
Offers: Idaho
Rose plays for a small school, but plays at a big time level. Originally committed to WSU.
Chandler Streuli
15)
Chandler Streuli
Enumclaw
6′ 3, 290
Committed: Central Washington
Kid has an upside that is through the roof.. He has a true love for the game and has already drawn D1 interest.. He has a 3.9 GPA and is the ultimate team guy, also doing very well at our elite events.
Nick Streubel
16)
Nick Streubel
Coupeville
6′ 3, 280
Committed: Central Washington
Has been a fixture at our elite events and has looked great against top competition. Plays at the 1A level and will need to continue to impress on the camp circuit..Legit size.
Peter Fisherkeller
17)
Peter Fisherkeller
Bothell
6′ 4, 245
Offers: Portland State
Can play the TE position, but will project as more of a lineman with legit size. Very good overall athlete and someone that should be a leader for a very talented Bothell team.
JD Boden
18)
JD Boden
Central Valley (Spokane, WA)
6′ 4, 260
Possibly the top OL in the Greater Spokane League. Probably one of the state’s top run blockers.
Alex Rice
19)
Alex Rice
North Thurston (Lacey, WA)
6′ 6, 315
Kid is climbing the rankings board quickly as he is pushing 6-7 with unlimited potential.. Doesn’t have a ton of football experience, but if he puts in the time the sky is the limit.
Treshon Long
20)
Treshon Long
Mark Morris (Longview, WA)
6′ 2, 320
Has shown up on the camp circuit and really proved himself. Big kid that moves very well for his size and has done a good job at center/guard. 1st team All-Narrows League.
Shay Dingfelder
21)
Shay Dingfelder
Issaquah
6′ 0, 273
Committed: SW Minnesota State
Skill wise one of the best lineman in the state, but the height factor is killer if we are talking D1 ball. Will be a three year all league kid and potential lineman of the year within the conference.
Bradley Christensen
22)
Bradley Christensen
Mount Si (Snoqualmie, WA)
6′ 3, 272
Committed: Western Oregon
Christensen is one of the top linemen in the top league in the state, but has managed to fly under the radar. With legit size and great coaching.
Mack Hopkins
23)
Mack Hopkins
Connell
6′ 5, 300
Hopkins has great size and even better athleticism. Multi sport athlete that could quickly move up these rankings.
Sam Fisher
24)
Sam Fisher
Strong kid that moves really well. Has done very well at the elite events and will provide Enumclaw with a solid 1-2 punch along side Streuli. 3.75 student.
Chandler Newell
25)
Chandler Newell
Chiawana (Pasco, WA)
6′ 2, 245
Unanimous 1st team all league kid that is extremely talented, but needs to add size… Will be one of the leaders on what should be a special 2014 class.
Honorable Mentions
 
Nolan Anderson
Newport (Bellevue, WA)
6′ 0, 240
 
Luke Asbjornsen
Graham-Kapowsin (Graham, WA)
6′ 4, 260
Committed: Central Washington
 
Taylor Comfort
Sultan
6′ 2, 235
 
Kyle Daviscourt
Archbishop Murphy (Everett, WA)
6′ 3, 270
 
Chris Durrett
Camas (Vancouver, WA)
6′ 2, 270
Will end up being a three year starter for WA’s #1 ranked team coming back, and someone that has big upside.
 
Cameron Goenner
Bonney Lake
6′ 3, 270
 
Zach Grate
Black Hills (Olympia, WA)
6′ 0, 260
 
Moni Iaone
Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, WA)
6′ 2, 265
Committed: Central Washington
 
Stefan Land
Bonney Lake
6′ 2, 285
 
Matt Matteo
Skyview (Vancouver, WA)
6′ 3, 265
 
Jake Meuse
Kamiak (Mukilteo, WA)
6′ 2, 275
 
Evan Miksch
 
James Moore
Bethel (Spanaway, WA)
6′ 3, 280
Committed: Central Washington
 
Brogan Murphy
Archbishop Murphy (Everett, WA)
6′ 2, 255
 
Jack Nordby
Mount Si (Snoqualmie, WA)
6′ 4, 305
Committed: Western Oregon
 
Cole Steven
Timberline (Lacey, WA)
6′ 2, 280
 
Jakob Stoll
 
Owen Taylor
Gig Harbor
6′ 4, 295
Committed: Eastern Washington
 
Matt Walser
Camas
6′ 2, 260
 
Dakota Weir
Auburn Mountainview (Auburn, WA)
6′ 2, 285
 
Larkin Williams
Auburn Riverside (Auburn, WA)
5′ 11, 290