2012 All NEI/Barton Camp & Combine Team W/Videos: By Jordan Johnson

April 9, 2013

  Here we take a look at some of the top athletes in the country that attended our NEI/Barton Camps & Combines in 2012. As we begin the 2013 season its always good to see where the athletes are headed next season, and what elite kids are back this year. Have a look at how the athletes tested at last years events. Most of them set the standard and will…

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One of the nation’s top lineman Brayden Kearsley, and the Pacific NW’s top safety Dallin Leavitt head to BYU: By Jordan Johnson

February 1, 2013

       Its hard to put into words what both of these kids have meant to football within Oregon. BYU came up big as both Kearsley and Leavitt rank as the #1 prospect at their position in the entire region. Brayden Kearsley is hands down the Pacific Northwest’s top lineman and one of the best in the country, with Dallin Leavitt being the region’s top safety.      Both…

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Central Catholic D One of the Best in the West: By Jordan Johnson

October 27, 2012

For all the latest news on athletes in the NW you can follow us on Twitter. Taylor Barton (@TaylorBarton12), Jordan Johnson (@JordanJNEI), Ryland Spencer (@RylandNEI) and NEI (@NWEliteIndex). You can also find us on Facebook by giving us a *Like* at NEI Facebook.     6 Wins CC 27 – #9 Skyview, WA 9 CC 16 – #4 Jesuit 7 CC 55 – Reynolds 14 CC 37 – Gresham 0…

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The Northwest’s Top Safety Dallin Leavitt talks BYU, Winning a State Title at CC, and his aggressive play: By Jordan Johnson

October 10, 2012

     The NW’s top safety Dallin Leavitt (6-0 200 Sr. S/RB) of Central Catholic is an athlete that we became very familiar with both as a player, and as a kid over the Camp and Combine season. He attended all of our Elite Events and was a fixture on the NEI/Barton Camp and Combine Tour. He was also part of NEI-South that traveled with us to Vegas. Leavitt’s an…

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Oregon 6A Offensive & Defensive Mid Season MVP’s: By Jordan Johnson

September 27, 2012

     *Our Mid season MVP report will be up for each state covering 6a/5a in Oregon and 4a/3a in Washington. There are a lot of deserving kids, but we are talking Player of the Year state wide so its a very select class of athletes.       Most of these kids listed will either be the Conference Player of the Year or right there in the running. We can’t say…

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