Oregon Senior Lineman Flying Under the Radar

Sean McGill 6-8 250 Sr. DE/OL Southridge http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsRKIalIl4I

The kid from Southridge had a monster year and he has NFL genes. He was a first team all league lineman that was in the running for Conference Player of the Year. You cant teach 6-8 and athletic so his upside is off the charts especially with his upbringing. McGill’s is varsity basketball player that can move. He can play on either side of the ball and could easily pack on 40-50 additional pounds with his frame.


David Fennell 6-2 270 Sr. DE/OL Sunset

Fennell transfered from Canada his senior year and absolutely took the Metro League by storm. He was the Defensive player of the Year in the conference and will be a steal for some school. His father is a member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and was voted one of the fifty greatest CFL players of all time. Fennell is a kid that was brought up in a football environment which provided him some unique intangibles that can’t be taught. He looks to Be a D lineman at the next level, but can play on either side of the ball.

Jared Groner 6-2 290 Sr. Oregon City

Oregon’s Heavyweight wrestling state champion from a year ago is back and even better in 2011. He won the title as an underclassmen showing off his overall athletic ability. He is an all league athlete on the football field with a huge upside due to his overall size and ability to move. He is a potential multi- sport kid at the next level as he is one of the best wrestlers in the region.


Jeremy Moore 6-1 270 Sr. Tigard http://www.hudl.com/athlete/404410/-

Moore was voted Defensive Player of the Year in the Pacific Conference and has been off the charts good. He has helped lead the Tigers to an 11-0 record also earning first team all league honors as an offensive lineman. He was a second team all league kid on both sides of the ball as a junior. He was also the district champion in the discuss in 2011.


Cody Danielson 6-4 240 Sr. Newberg http://www.hudl.com/athlete/290950/-

Danielson is a three sport athlete that has earned all league honors in football since his sophomore year. He was a second team all league kid on both sides of the ball in 2011 showing off his versatility. He is a 4.0 student making him a very attractive option to high end academic institutions. His overall athletic ability is outstanding, but didn’t always get notoriety due to playing on an average team.