Intro 2015: KeJuan Coleman of Cascade: By Scott Eklund

February 28, 2014

Click for KeJuan Coleman Highlights   We’ve been talking about the Cascade (Everett, Wa.) football program for the past couple of years as head coach Joe Cronin has brought the Bruins from bottom-feeder status to being a perennial playoff team. This fall, RB KeJuan Coleman promises to be one of the top playmakers for his team and he updated Northwest Elite Index on how things are going this offseason….


Catching up with Cascade OL Randin Crecelius: By Scott Eklund

January 13, 2014

  For years, the Cascade (Everett, Wa.) Bruins had been an afterthought in the WESCO 4A. However, this past season, with a talented senior class, they made the playoffs and that is something that, senior OL Randin Crecelius takes a lot of pride in. “(Going to the playoffs) was a huge accomplishment for us especially coming from the 0-20 seasons (two seasons with no wins) and being 5-5…


Catching up with Cascade QB Josh Smith: By Scott Eklund

December 19, 2013

  A resurgent Cascade (Everett, Wa.) program made their way into the state playoffs this past season and a big reason was the play of QB Josh Smith, a dynamic playmaker who hurt opposing defenses with his legs as well as his arm. Smith finished the season by completing over 60% of his passes for 2,230 yards with 22 touchdowns and six interceptions while also rushing for nearly…


Cascade’s Randin Crecelius cementing himself as one of WA’s best: By Scott Enyeart

July 17, 2013

Everett (Wash.) Cascade hasn’t had the results on the field it would have liked over the past few seasons, but that hasn’t stopped the Bruins from producing, what we feel, is one of the best offensive line prospects in the entire Northwest. Randin Crecelius checks in at 6-foot-5, 280-pounds and has an ability to play all three positions along the offensive line. Oh, and he…


Flying up the charts: Washington top Jr. lineman Randin Crecelius of Cascade: By Jordan Johnson

February 5, 2013

Randin Crecelius Highlights   Today we released our updated 2014 offensive line rankings for the state of Washington, and the kid that has made the biggest jump up the charts is Randin Crecelius (6-5 280 Jr. OL/DL) of Cascade HS in Everett. Two weeks ago he showed up at our Elite Event with the other top athletes from around the region, and had maybe the top performance of…