Dallin Leavitt, Tanner Shipley, & Connor Humphreys land Wyoming

(Dallin Leavitt 6-0 205 Jr. ATH/S)

(Tanner Shipley 6-2 185 Jr. WR/S)

(Connor Humphreys 6-3 240 So. OL/DL)










The Northwest’s top ranked defensive back Dallin Leavitt of Central Catholic just received his 3rd offer from the University of Wyoming. This comes after the soft BYU commit was offered by Hawaii last week. Leavitt is an NEI favorite, and he made life miserable for some of the top receivers in the country while we were in Las Vegas at the national 7 on 7 tournament.

Leavitt says “I was actually a little surprised, I was just chillin in class and Coach Pyne came and got me and Conner (Humphreys), and Wyoming told me that they were going to offer… Im super pumped and really excited to have additional opportunities..Thanks to all my teammates, coaches, Central Catholic, my trainer Bobby Welsh, and a special thanks to my boys TB and JJ”

Wilsonville’s Tanner Shipley (6-2 185 Jr. WR) is another kid that we know very well as he was also part of NEI (South) while in Las Vegas, and could be Oregon’s leading candidate for class 5a Player of the Year. He’s a phenomenal kid and athlete, and we were happy to hear from him after he got his first major D1 offer.

Shipley says “Im just excited right now..Wyoming called and offered me a full ride, and Im just honored that they saw what I am capable of…They have a great program lead by an outstanding coaching staff, and I will never forget this first offer”.

While at Central Catholic the Cowboys did a smart thing and offered one of our top sophomores for the state of Oregon in line stand out Connor Humphreys (6-3 240 DE/OL So.). Humphreys has showed up at multiple camps and combines that we have hosted and absolutely killed it! He has a non stop motor and is overall athleticism for a big man is off the charts. Humphreys is ranked as one of the state’s top 5 athletes for the class of 2014.

Connor says, ” Its a great feeling knowing I got one under the belt, but at the same time it makes me want to work harder to receive some more offers..It really hasn’t hit me yet that I accomplished one of my life goals of getting a D1 offer, I thought I was just going to meet with another coach but then he offered and I was speechless”

All three of these kids have worked extremely hard to get to where they are at. They never miss workouts, and have been mainstays at our elite events and combines since the winter. Leavitt, Shipley, and the younger Humphreys have earned these offers with hard work and dedication, and we look forward to working with these three athletes for years to come.