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Teams At The Top In Oregon OSAA Polls Feature Lesser Known Stars That Make The Difference

Javan Appling of Grants Pass is a terrific QB and College Prospect and he makes our list of player on the edge who will impact the outcome of this season. Picture -Facebook

As things come to a close in the regular season the OSAA Poll and Power Ranking will go through some final adjustments.  This will lead to seeding in the brackets both top and bottom and the outcomes will potentially sway the future and the outcome of who will win it all.  As sports writers we don’t necessarily always agree with the way More...

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Dre Dorton had 2 offers and more schools looking before he committed to EWU this week.  Picture Courtesy of Chiawana Sports
By Dirk Knudsen On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Chiawana’s Dre Dorton Commits to Eastern Washington

One of the best receivers/cornerbacks in the Class of 2015 in the entire NW is Chiawana Riverhawk Dre Dorton.  After landing an offer a few weeks back from Idaho Dre has been getting it done on both sides of More...

Sam Inos worked 3 years to become a major D1 talent and he is there.  The Tigard Senior racked up 230 yards and 5 TD's and is on fire this year.  Ralp Greene Pic.
By Dirk Knudsen On Friday, October 24th, 2014

Oregon Prep Running Backs Leading The Way

With the regular season nearing the final weeks it is only appropriate to take a look at some of the best in the State of Oregon and all they have accomplished.  After all as the rain begins to fall and the More...

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By Dirk Knudsen On Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Jalen Hicks Showcases D1 Speed – Who Is Offering This Kid First?

I remember quite a few players I have watched this past decade; maybe 500 or so right off hand.  But very few have had me at that “WOW” moment.  The moment when you know that the athlete is going More...

Mason Bradley at 6'4"- and 220 lbs is an exciting prospect to watch.  Coaches have a look at this kids film!
By Dirk Knudsen On Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Mason Bradley Of Arch Bishop Murphy Rising

We never know why some kids grab early offers and others struggle to land that first one late into the process.  One reason is exposure and one is that kids play out of position in High School in terms of the More...

This is James Price Of Camas High School; the big kid is a big time target and heck of a student more importantly!
By Dirk Knudsen On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

James Price Of Camas Leads Region As Big time WR

Time to once again catch up with one of the Regions Best.  Today it is 6’2″- 200 lbs monster Wide Receiver James Price.  The lanky powerhouse has that exciting combination of speed and size college More...

This kid is a flat out stud tearing it up at Kamiakin at the Running Back spot.
By Brad Champoux On Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Kamiakin Star TJ Faamausili Making His Mark

 The Kamiakin Braves out of the Mid Columbia Conference received great news for this pigskin campaign when learning of the addition of power house Pasco running back/strong safety TJ Faamausili transferring More...

Conner Crist Of  Tigard has produced one of the best films for a Junior we have seen this year.
By Dirk Knudsen On Friday, October 17th, 2014
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NW Prep Football Week In Review – Stars Shine Bright- Offers and Commits

It was another wild week for High School  Football in the Pacific NW and we saw some teams loose their first game and some recruits make big decisions.  This time of year can be wild and full of big performances. More...

Jackson Keimig and his family used the Premier Prospect Profile to leverage his exposure and recruiting to great results.
By Dirk Knudsen On Thursday, October 16th, 2014

What Can Football Recruits Do Now To Gain Attention Of A School And Grab An Offer?

The questions come the same every year at this time.  Only a few games left in the High School season and many hopeful recruits find themselves without great options and many have had little if any interest. More...

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