Brayden Kearsley Adds Ariz St, OSU; While Evan Voeller Gets Oregon

Two of the top athletes in the Northwest or the country for that matter have been making a lot of noise as of late, and we are updating you first on all the happenings…As of right now these are the #2 and #3 recruits in the State of Oregon behind 5 star athlete Thomas Tyner of Aloha. We wish them both continued success and will continue to update you on their progress.


(Brayden Kearsley 6-5 300 Jr. OL Aloha)

Brayden Kearsley (6-5 300 Jr. OL Aloha) – One of the region’s top lineman has kept adding to his list of Pac 12 offers recently adding Oregon St and Arizona St to his already existing UCLA and Washington scholarship offers. The BYU commit is widely considered one of the country’s top lineman and his phone has been blowing up as of late.

Kearsley reported to us last week that UW had come in with an offer just as we had been speaking to Arizona St. Once ASU saw his film they didn’t hesitate. Brayden says, ” Arizona St hadn’t ever spoken to me until Wednesday, but they were always looking at me and saw that my highlight tape was impressive enough that they couldn’t pass up offering”.

Kearsley is a kid that we are very high on and think that he could play almost anywhere in the nation. We are looking forward to working with Brayden over this off season, as he is a class kid that will most likely see a plethora of additional offers.

Brayden Kearsley Picture







(Evan Voeller 6-5 295 Jr. OL West Linn)

Evan Voeller (6-5 295 OL West Linn)- The big time recruit out of West Linn got an offer that will be hard to pass up from the University of Oregon yesterday and we wanted to congratulate one of the most humble and talented young lineman in the country for this accomplishment.

Voeller has already hauled in offers from (Washington, Purdue, Texas AM, Boise St, Washington St, UCLA) and this one is big. Evan’s family informed us of this achievement last night, and we couldn’t be happier for the All State athlete.

As most know Evan has special ties to Oregon with his brother playing there so you can imagine this Duck offer could be the one. Evan says, ” I had a really good time talking to the coaches and touring the academic facilities, its definitely one of my top options”.