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Jordan Johnson

Jordan Johnson

Jordan Johnson

NEI Co-Founder Oregon/SW Washington Analyst

Jordan was an all conference athlete at Beaverton High School on both the Football and Baseball field from 1995-1997. He graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health Education in 2004. From 2005-2007 he coached football and baseball at both Canby and Beaverton High School.

As the creator of NEI, Jordan has teamed with Taylor Barton and T12 Sports to help elevate recruiting in the Pacific Northwest. The detail put into all of the rankings is unmatched and will be used by college coaches and fans throughout the United States.

For all the latest news from Jordan you can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/JordanJNEI
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Ryland Spencer

Ryland Spencer

Ryland Spencer

Publisher and Managing Editor
Washington Analyst
Webmaster

Ryland is a life long resident of Kirkland, WA and a 2002 graduate of Juanita High School. He has played, coached and now covers football. In August of 2011 he began writing a blog documenting his high school football travels.

His knowledge of the game, players and history of high school football in the state of Washington impressed Taylor Barton and Jordan Johnson so much they decided to bring him to NEI.

In 2012 he also began working for PlayON! Sports as a producer for Friday Night Football and other high school sporting events.

He is a huge sports fan and regularly attends Seattle Thunderbirds, Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders and various local college events.

He enjoys traveling, especially if there is a hockey game to watch. Spencer is a life long Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and can usually be found yelling “Go Big Red”. He is self described as the “Biggest Miami Marlins fan in Washington”.

Ryland is currently on a quest to see every high school stadium in the state of Washington. You can follow his stadiums travels at https://www.facebook.com/wshsfs.

You can follow Ryland on Twitter https://twitter.com/RylandNEI

Any questions or comments on the site should be directed towards – Email Ryland