Federal Way’s Keenan Curran makes his commitment: By Scott Eklund

January 7, 2014

     Federal Way (Wa.) ATH Keenan Curran decided on Tuesday where he wanted to play his college ball and that will be at San Jose State starting in the fall.      “I have officially committed to further my education and play my college football at San Jose State University,” Curran said via Twitter. “I feel so relieved that me and my family are happy and that I get an opportunity…

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New Pac 12 offer for Federal Way’s Chico McClatcher: By Scott Eklund

December 16, 2013

       Northwest Elite Index caught up with one of the top 2015 prospects in the Evergreen State, Federal Way’s Chico McClatcher, and he updated us on things including which Pac 12 school because the latest to offer him.      “I just got an offer from Oregon State,” McClatcher told NEI. “They are my latest offer and I’ve been talking to a bunch of other schools.”      The offer from…

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Introducing 2015 LB Jared Pulu of Federal Way: By Scott Eklund

December 3, 2013

       Federal Way made it all the way to the 4A State Semifinals and one player who is glad for the playoff run is LB Jared Pulu, one of the state’s top 2015 prospects, who missed most of the regular    season with a shoulder injury.      “In our first game, on kick coverage, I came down and just was in an awkward position and I separated my shoulder and…

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Catching up with Federal Way’s Chico McClatcher: By Scott Eklund

August 24, 2013

       If you just go by what he looks like now compared to last season, 2015 Federal Way RB Chico McClatcher is prepped for a huge junior season. He spoke to Northwest Elite Index recently and updated us on recruiting as well as how his offseason has gone.      “We’re ready to do some big things,” McClatcher told NEI about his team. “We’ve been working hard getting…

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On The Recruiting Trail; Federal Way’s Keenan Curran: By Scott Enyeart

August 16, 2013

       Federal Way (Wash.) DB Keenan Curran has emerged this offseason as one of the most sought-after prospects in the state, regardless of position.      As Washington’s #3 ranked defensive back in the 2014 class, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound Curran possesses the ability to play both the safety and cornerback position.      Curran currently holds offers from Montana, Eastern Washington, Yale, Wyoming, Portland State, Army, Air Force,…

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Federal Way’s Ryan Gnoinsky ready to make impact: By Scott Enyeart

July 11, 2013

       There is no shortage of impact players on the football team at Federal Way (Wash.) High School. Guys ranging from Chico McClatcher to Keenan Curran to Jay-Tee Tuili are the names you know, but there is another player emerging for the Eagles who could make a splash this fall in WR/DB Ryan Gnoinsky.      Gnoinsky first caught our eye at the Barton Football Academy Combine in…

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Federal Way’s Keenan Curran Lands Service Academy Offer: By Scott Enyeart

May 2, 2013

       Federal Way (Wash.) High School DB/QB Keenan Curran’s recruitment continues to build steam. After netting offers from Idaho and San Jose State last month, Curran picked up another FBS offer late Thursday from Army.      The offer from Army is one that Curran is extremely excited about, and proud of.      “It’s an honor, I was at a loss for words because its such a great opportunity to…

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WA top ranked Junior DB Keenan Curran grabs first offer: By Jordan Johnson

April 10, 2013

       Exciting news for one of Washington’s top ranked junior DB’s, Keenan Curran (6-3 195 Jr. ATH), who received his first offer from Idaho on Tuesday. Curran is ranked as one of our top three defensive backs for the 2014 class, and is also a threat on the offensive side of the ball.      Referencing the Idaho offer Keenan says, “The offer was in a way a…

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NEI/Barton Elite Event; WA Produces one of the top D Line groups in the country: By Jordan Johnson

March 5, 2013

       Last year in Oregon we saw one of the most impressive offensive line groups in northwest history come through with 10+ high profile D1 kids.      That said I have never seen a D line group the likes of what Washington has right now. Its not often you would take any positional group from the northwest, and put it up against any other core cast from…

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