Oregon/Washington Top Athletes, No Offers 2012 – Additions

Mt View WR/S -Cody Hollister 6-3 195…2011 Current Stats: 32 receptions for 545 yards, 17.1 ypc, (9 total tds), 2010 Stats: 72 rec, 1270 yards, 15 Tds, 17.6 YPC, 3 Ints- One of the top receivers in Oregon that had a breakout season a year ago. He has been double teamed a great deal with with super talented side kick (John Carroll 6-4 190 Jr) being injured. He is an outstanding WR but may project at a higher level as a safety.


Mt View QB/S- Jacob Hollister 6-3 200..2011 Current Stats: 50/78, 64.1Com Pct %, 14 Tds/1 Int…3 int’s on defense 2010 Stats: 119/199 1980 Yards passing, 27Tds/ 5 Ints, 59.8 Com Pct%…Another kid that had a phenomenal junior year. 1st team all league, 2nd Team all state.. Injured earlier in the year but his crew has gotten healthy and if they can maintain quality line protection they have a chance. Jacob is an outstanding safety as shown with his 3 picks. Both him and his brother are viable college recruits because they can play on either side of the ball. They are not limited to one position


Bend WR/DB/ATH- JC Grim 6-3 190..2011 Current Stats:38 Rec/648 yds/9 Tds, 17.05 YPC, 108 Yards Per game, 5 Int’s on Defense..Grim is a super talented athlete that blew up the Barton Marketing event at UW over the Summer . He was a first team all league athlete as a junior but played QB which isn’t his natural position. As a WR he currently is the favorite for conference player of the year tearing up Central Oregon and beyond. His 5 Int’s ties him with BYU commit Dallin Leavitt for the state lead.


Chiawana S Miquiyah Zamora – At 6’1″, 205 pounds, Zamora has had schools eyeing his talents since his junior season when he posted 400 yards rushing and five touchdowns on offense while also racking up 55 tackles and an interception on defense, but this year his main focus has been on the defensive side of the ball where he’s already racked up 42 tackles and two interceptions for the 5-0 Riverhawks. He flies around and loves to bring the wood on every play. Washington, Oregon State, Washington State, Boise State, Idaho, Wyoming, Eastern Washington, Montana State, Montana and some D-2 schools have been showing him interest, but up until this point, none have extended an offer.


Chiawana RB Jordan Downing – Downing, a 6’1″, 205-pound bruiser has rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and 15 touchdowns while also posting 50 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles on the defensive side of the ball. It’s amazing that Downing doesn’t have an offer yet. He’s a good student, an outstanding football player and a leader both on and off the field for the 5-0, fourth-ranked Riverhawks. Eastern has begun to show some interest and he recently took an unofficial visit, but at this point he’s still waiting for that all-important first offer
****Important info- Downing went down with an injury in week 6 and it is unclear when he will return


Peninsula RB Danny Welstad – Welstad got off to a great start rushing for almost 300 yards and six touchdowns in the first game of the season and has averaged nearly 230 yards per game this season while helping the Seahawks to a 4-1 record, their only blemish coming at the hands of second-ranked Lakes last week. Welstad isn’t a bruiser, using his outstanding vision and quickness to always gain positive yardage. Schools from the Pac 12, Big 10 and the MAC have all made contact, but still no offers have been forthcoming.