Barton Elite Event Video: Part 4 OREGON WR’s/TE’s
Our 4th and final segment features a ridiculously talented cast of WR/TE’s from Oregon that might be the best of any group we have seen thus far. We will be coming together soon combining our Washington and Oregon elite for the camp and combine season. These elite events have been crucial in our search to help all of our Northwest athletes get recruited. We are proud to represent the Northwest’s top kids through the Barton Football Academy and NEI.
You may view all of the video’s from our Washington and Oregon elite events at the top of the rotating “Barton Elite Event” page. Have a look at the video and another incredible group of the state’s top athletes.
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Josh Harper 6-4 200 Jr. Marist- Just an incredible overall athlete with IVY League smarts. Led the state in Sacks from his D end position at the 5a level, and can play the TE/WR spot. The schools top overall basketball player and one of the most like able people you will ever meet. The thing that makes Harper most dangerous is that he will eventually add size to that frame which could very well elevate his game.
PJ Smith 6-2 240 Jr. Lincoln- All league Lineman last season, that will be one of the better Te’s in the PIL and maybe the state. NFL Genes and an incredible upside. Looked very athletic at our events, and has run really well after the catch.
Ian Faulhaber 6-[3 215 Jr. Sheldon- Outstanding linebacker that they also split out and use as a receiver. Very good size and leaping ability. Will be one of the better two threats in the Southwestern Conference. Multi sport kid that also plays hoops and should be considered one of Sheldon’s Top players coming into next season.
Liam Talty 6-3 215 So. Sheldon- Ranked as one of the top 50 sophomores in Oregon. Has legit size and should be a very valuable target next to Faulhaber as they both can body people. All world Strahm will require double teams giving both big receivers a lot of 1 on 1 time where they will be dangerous.
Connor Strahm 6-1 210 Jr. Sheldon- The leading candidate for Oregon Player of the Year going into next season. One of the most phenomenal football players to ever play in this state. First Team all state on both sides of the ball as a junior, Conference Player of the Year, NEI Underclassmen of the Year-Offensive..28 TD’s, almost 2000 All Purpose Yards, second in the state in INT’s (7) next to Jack Anderson- LO (9). Currently holds a (Montana) offer, and will have many more before he is done.
Tanner Shipley 6-2 1/2 190 Jr. Wilsonville- A legit big Time D1 WR or whatever you want to put him at.. NFL genes with not just Jordan Shipley who is a distant cousin. All league on both sides of the ball, filled in at RB and ran for almost 1200 yards in 6 games. Took interceptions back to the house for Tds, and absolutely dominated opponents. Will play big time college football and do well. Special special kid that ranks as one of the state’s best.
Xavier Mitchell 6-1 165 Jr. Century- Unanimous first team all league WR that is an overall incredible kid. Not a ton of football experience as he didn’t play sports when he was younger. Upside is incredible due to his lack of experience. Outstanding basketball player on Top 10 hoops team, that will be happy to dunk..(4.0) student last semester and should be considered one of Oregon’s Top WR’s.
Justin Calo 6-2 180 Jr. Southridge- Metro League leader in Multiple categories, 6 Tds, and one of the most dangerous open field receivers in the state after the catch. Averaged over 20 yards per catch and could potentially have a monster senior year with one of the State’s Top QB’s throwing him the ball in Reza Aleaziz. The Skyhawks have the most dangerous trio of receivers in the state with Kevin McClean and Jordan Morgan included.
Jordan Morgan 6-2 180 So. Southridge- Oregon’s Top ranked receiver for the 2014 class that’s testing is off the charts. Started both ways as a sophomore off and on, and demonstrated incredible overall athletic ability scoring Tds on both sides of the Football. Recently went to a combine in Texas and recorded a 40 + inch Vert, and all combine honors. Potential State Long Jump Champion 2012’… If Jordan puts in the work he won’t be stopped…
Erick Douglas III 5-9 155 Jr. Clackamas- 1st team all league WR with 6 Tds and over 1000 all purpose yards. One of the most dangerous kick returners in the state. His all league status was very impressive as his team struggled (2-8) in a very tough conference. Outstanding honor roll student that has very bright future.
Manu Rasmussen 6-0 160 So. Tigard- The leader of a very special 2014 Tigard class..30 + Tds as a frosh, 7 Tds as Soph on Varsity splitting time with 3 of the state’s top backs (Floyd, Wick, Greene). Will be an all conference player on both sides of the ball. One of the better safeties in the state moving forward, as he will only get bigger and stronger. Will be a Player of the Year candidate as a senior, and projects at the D1 level. Most people don’t know yet how good this kid is going to be, I do…
Vance Hamilton 5-11 170 Jr. Century- All league kid as a Kick returner and WR. Very crisp route runner that is going to be super dangerous in a system that likes to air it out. Hamilton can benefit off Mitchell if they try to double team him. If you leave him one on one both Bennett and Riddle will be loving life.
Blake Robison 6-0 170 Jr. Sandy- Statistically will be one of the top 5 receivers in the state in 2012, as Adams will air it out to him all day long. One of the more underrated receivers in Oregon, and an outstanding kid..All league in 2011 should be a sure fire first team all league WR in 12′
Taylor Smith 6-0 175 Jr. Central Catholic- Tremendous route runner, that primarily played D in 2011..34 total tackles, should come in this season and team with Duronslet and Lawrence Wilson to form a very talented cast of receivers that also includes Chase Cole.
Chase Cole 5-7 150 So. Central Catholic- Not a big kid, but super talented. Very impressed with his overall route running ability and fundamentals. Very good football player that is just undersized and should a nice spark for CC.
Jaray Kindell 5-11 175 So. Lincoln- Outstanding workout on Sunday, after an impressive sophomore year that saw him starting at DB at the end of the season. Should be Johnny Williams primary target and be one of the better receivers in the PIL. Has D1 genes and very good hands, with hard work he will be tough to stop.
James Buchanan 5-11 165 So. Roosevelt- He has had two really good workouts in a row, and should be one of the feature athletes on the perimeter for a very much improved Roosevelt squad. Moves very well and can play on either side of the ball and be effective.
Stephen Marcille 5-11 165 Fr. Beaverton- Super talented kid that is one of the better freshman receivers in the state. Beaverton will need to use him at the Varsity level this upcoming season. Averaged almost 5 receptions a game, and 25 + yards per catch at lower levels
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