The 7 on 7 Passing League at Juanita High School is going into its 2nd weekend. Run by Cole Morgan and Eddie Behringer at Northwest Elite Sports the weekend series has attracted 24 teams and almost 600 athletes. This is all part of the evolution of the game of football and there is no doubt that this organization in particular is attracting kids and the support of High School Coaches in the Seattle-Tacoma area and the surrounding communities.
Cole and Eddie have brought in some of the best football minds in the region to their organization and have recently added All American Quarterback Johnny DuRocher who is working with Youth QB’s and Skill players. The organization was founded by beloved Coach and WSU Cougar Jason Gesser who moved from Eastside Catholic to Idaho as a College Coach. Gesser is now at Wyoming as the QB’s Coach and had founded the organization and hosted the largest camp in the Region yearly where kids were able to work with up to 40 colleges at the one day event.
That Camp is now open for registration and is just part of the offerings that Morgan and Behringer have for kids looking to get better. The great thing for Washingtonians is that these are local kids who are all products of in State youth, High School, and College football teams. They are the real deal in terms of local boys that really made it teaching local boys who are trying to make it. See all Their Camp and Event Info Here.
MVP’s From Week One Passing League
Nick Mitchell- QB- Mt. Si High School
Nick is 6’2″- 180 lbs and has the entire skill set.
Defensive MVP From Week 1
KeJuan Coleman – Cascade HS – Everett
More on this guy but the word is he is a Star.
“The kids are amazing and the we could not be happier with how things are going,” said Morgan.
Next Up Week 2