Oregon Week 9 In Review

by Dirk Knudsen | Posted on Friday, November 2nd, 2012

The Playoffs begin here in a few days and tonight we look at the week that was.  In our Oregon round table we have the following stories we have covered and want to share them with you once again!

  •  Kendrick Bourne- Idaho Offer in Hand –   Great kid.  Mustangs still alive and facing Churchill Tonight
  •  Update on Baird and Bach-  Baird is committed to PSU and his new role as an unstoppable Rusher has he and other teams wondering if this guy belongs in the backfield.   He is still firm on the Vikings but is hearing from bigger schools.  Chad Bach, 6'4"-285 Pounds, is the most technically gifted linemen in the Region.  He has the PSU offer and a preferred Walk on to Oregon.  Like a lot of top tier talent he is faced with the decision and the dilemma to Chase his ultimate Dream or take the solid scholarship offer.  Catch the complete story in one of our Double Dip Features!
  • Justin Outslay- Salem Academy- 6'5"-280 -  The kid is legit and had a break through this week with the PSU offer.  The 3.97 student athlete also has the Walk On option at Oregon and is looking at some academics.  This small school kid was one who broke out of the small school grid to make it.  But would he have gone higher had he played at a Salem area public school?  The debate is worth having!
  • Redmond - Can they win it all?  The #5 ranked Panthers are the IMC 5A State Champs and heading into the playoffs looking super strong.   No real stars.  Just a super deep team and they Beat Mtn View and Roosevelt to get to 9-0.
  • Paul Revis – Wide Receiver Scappoose HS-  #1 on the West Coast and #8 in the Nation so far this season.  Smaller athlete but a guy who is indicative of the sort of kids we have here.  Read His amazing story here!
  • Evan Voeller and AJ Glass return-  Voeller is back tonight and was last week.  Mr Glass told us he should be back by this Next week!  Wow are these kids amazing guys!
  • Sam Davis- Grant HS QB:  OregonPreps.com Player Of The Week-  This kid is a 10th grader.  His amazing arm and feet are gaining him a reputation as a Blue Chipper-   To get the Oregon Player Of the Week he went for 7 TD's and 345 yards.  Amazing really!  And his best is still to come!
  • Kearsley have Beaver fever??  Now this is just a sense we are getting.  But the big Aloha Warrior who is clearly the best linemen in the State and the Pacific Northwest this Season appears to be taking an official to OSU soon.  We have not spoken to him about this but the BYU commit is clearly acting very interested and why not?  Coach Cavanaugh has developed some of the very best in the Pac 12 and plenty of guys who have moved on to the NFL where Brayden has every right to think about going after college.  Look at Mike Remmers who is now at Tampa Bay.  Great kid from Jesuit who developed under that system.  Brayden is a super smart kid and will make the best decision for himself in the long run!
  • The Perfect ones:  Who is left with a Perfect record as the play in games start?
    • Redmond Panthers 5A 9-0
    • Silverton Foxes 5A  9-0
    • Sherwood Bowmen  5A 9-0
    • Lake Oswego Lakers  6A  9-0
    • Sheldon Irish 6A –  9-0
    • Scappoose Indians 4A 7-0
  • US ARMY ‚ÄčALL AMERICAN GAME Look Back

Here is a look at a story we broke this AM and a list of the Oregon and Washington kids who were Nominated this season by the Committee which we advise for the Nations biggest Prep Football Event.

The athletes playing in the Game this season are high lighted in Yellow as we mentioned above.  The Oregon Guys are listed in Blue!

             

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Brayden Kearsley OL Aloha High School Aloha OR

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Thomas Tyner RB Aloha High School Aloha OR

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Dallin Leavitt DB Central Catholic High School Portland OR

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Evan Voeller OL West Linn High School West Linn OR

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Sean Constantine LB Bellevue High School Bellevue WA

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Myles Jack RB Bellevue High School Bellevue WA

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Tatum Taylor DB O'Dea High School Seattle WA

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Tere Calloway DB Seattle Prep Seattle WA

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Max Browne QB Skyline High School Sammamish WA

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Danny Mattingly TE Mead Senior High School Spokane WA

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Kahlil Dawson DB Graham-Kapowsin High School Graham WA

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Sammie Long WR Lakes High School Lakewood WA

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Sefo Liufau QB Bellarmine Prep Tacoma WA

Here are a few of the names of Top Guys who played over the History of the Game from the Pacific Northwest:  Oregon Guys listed in Red: 10 of the 28 NW guys have been from Oregon

  • 2012- Keivarae Russell- Mariner HS- Wash (Notre Dame)
  • 2012- Zach Banner- Lakes High School- Wash (USC)
  • 2012- Cedric Dozier -Lakes High School – Wash (Cal)
  • 2012- Alex Balducci- Central Catholic HS- Ore- (OREGON)
  • 2011- Austin Seferian-Jenkins-Gig Harbor HS Wash. (UW)
  • 2011- Kasen Wiliams- Skyline HS Wash. (UW)
  • 2011- Brennan Scarlett- Central Catholic-Ore (CAL)
  • 2011- Colt Lyerla – Hillsboro – ORE (OREGON)
  • 2010- Keanon Lowe- Jesuit HS – OR- (OREGON)
  • 2010- Jake Heaps- Skyline- Wash. (BYU)
  • 2010- Owa Odighizuwa- David Douglas- Ore (UCLA)
  • 2010- Sione Potoa'e- Lakes HS Wash. (UW)
  • 2010- Curtis White- Sheldon HS- Ore. (OREGON)
  • 2009- DeAndre Coleman- Garfield HS-Wash (Cal)
  • 2008- Ethan Johnson- Lincoln HS-Ore – (Notre Dame)(Kansas City Chiefs)
  • 2008-Jermaine Kearse- Lakes HS-Wash- (UW)(Seattle Seahawks-Roster Today!!)
  • 2008- Kavario Middleton- Lakes HS-WASH (UW-MONTANA)-
  • 2007- Myles Wade- Central Catholic HS- (TEXAS TECH-PSU) (Greenbay)
  • 2006- Taylor Mays- O'Dea HS Wash. (USC) (Cincinnati Bengals)
  • 2005- Leon Jackson Junior- Pasco High School- Wash. (Hawaii)
  • 2005- Johnathan Stewart Junior- Timberline HS-Wash (OREGON)(CAROLINA)
  • 2005-Ndamukong Suh- Grant HS-Ore (Nebraska)(DETROIT)
  • 2004- Aaron Klovis- Bethel HS-Wash. (OREGON- Idaho State)
  • 2004- Matt Tuiasasopo- Woodinville-Wash (UW-Pro Baseball)
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  • 2002- Dominic Dixon- O'dea HS-Wash (PSU)
  • 2002- Shelton Sampson-Cloverpark-Wash (UW) 
  • 2001- Derek Anderson- Scappoose-Ore (OSU)(Carolina)

PLAY OFF RUN:    There are some great matchups and here is the week ahead of the Play-IN Games so that we can get  this bracket done and get going!

6A automatic bids:



Southwest — Sheldon, Thurston, South Medford, Crater



Special District 2 — Grant



Metro — Southridge, Jesuit, Aloha, Sunset



Mt. Hood — Central Catholic, Gresham, Reynolds



Three Rivers — Lake Oswego, Canby, Oregon City



Pacific — Tigard, Tualatin, Century, McMinnville



Central Valley — West Salem, Sprague, South Salem





Class 6A play-in Games



No. 20 South Eugene at No. 1 Beaverton

No. 19 North Salem at No. 2 Roseburg

No. 18 Hillsboro at No. 3 Westview

No. 17 North Medford at No. 4 Clackamas

No. 16 Barlow at No. 5 Glencoe

No. 15 Newberg at No. 6 David Douglas

No. 14 McKay at No. 7 West Linn

No. 13 Centennial at No. 8 Forest Grove

No. 12 Lincoln at No. 9 Lakeridge

No. 11 Grants Pass at No. 10 McNary



Class 5A automatic bids



1. Redmond

2. Sherwood

3. Silverton

4. Marist

5. Wilsonville

6. West Albany

7. Springfield

8. Wilson



Class 5A play-in games



No. 24 Eagle Point at No. 9 Crescent Valley

No. 23 Pendleton at  No. 10 Roosevelt

No. 22 Corvallis at No. 11 Ashland

No. 21 Parkrose at No. 12 Mountain View

No. 20 Sandy at No. 13 Hermiston

No. 19 Churchill at No. 14 Milwaukie

No. 18 Putnam at No. 15 Hood River Valley

No. 17 Lebanon at No. 16 Bend



Class 4A automatic bids



1. Scappoose 

2. La Salle

3. Gladstone

4. Sweet Home

5. Cascade

6. North Bend

7. North Valley

8. Baker



Class 4A playin Games



Mazama at Cottage Grove 

Astoria at Klamath Union 

Estacada at Ontario 

Brookings-Harbor at Philomath

Elmira at Douglas 

Central at Banks 

Ridgeview at Siuslaw 

Crook County at Madras

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Dirk is a lifelong resident of the Pacific NW; athlete and Merit scholar. He runs camps, clinics, and has been a sports writer and analyst for nearly a decade now; mostly with Rivals.com as the editor of OregonPreps and WashingtonPreps.com. Dirk is the founder of NWPR & BrainChampions.org; a charity for injured athletes suffering from Brain Trauma / Concussion. He is a father of three and married.

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