2017 D1 QB Class (L-R) Tim Tawa (West Linn), Mike Irwin (Mountain View), Connor Neville (Wilsonville), DeQuahn Dennis-Lee (Oregon City)

2017 D1 QB Class (L-R) Tim Tawa (West Linn), Mike Irwin (Mountain View), Connor Neville (Wilsonville), DeQuahn Dennis-Lee (Oregon City)

** Selections will continue this weekend at Lakeridge HS (Saturday Jan 23rd 2-4 PM)

Last weekends EForce event at Clackamas HS featured one of the most talented groups ever to compete within Oregon. All conference and all state athletes battled for the better part of two hours. Selections were made for the Oregon 7v7 upperclassmen, underclassmen, and freshman teams. Have a look at the individuals that were chosen as teams will be finalized over the next two weeks.

** A separate breakdown for the freshman team & the lineman will be coming next.

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Initial 1st round upperclassmen selections herehttp://battleprepwest.com/2016/01/11/eforceteam-oregon-7v7-initial-selections-full-video/

Register- Oregon 7v7 Tryouts 1/23/16http://www.eforcefootball.com/clinics

 


EForce Football/ Team Oregon 7v7 Tryouts  Credit: Pat Heath @patty_heath5

UPPERCLASSMEN Selections

Demetrius Douglas CB/Slot Jesuit- One of the top players in Oregon for the 2017 class. He is a lock down corner that could very well go for 20+ TD’s offensively next season. Douglas has NFL genes and projects at the D1 level.

Trey Davis WR Central Catholic- Trey is real. He scored multiple TD’s as part of the underclassmen team last year in Vegas. Davis comes from a very athletic family with his father starting 4 years at OSU, and his brother Zack earning 1st team all state honors and a state title.

Isaia Mullen WR Madison- Mullen is a legit 6-4, projects at the D1 level, and has the potential of being the state’s top receiver. He earned 1st team all PIL honors and will go up and get it over anyone.

Nate Trevino CB Evergreen WA- One of Washington’s top football players. Trevino is legit on both sides of the football and impressive in the weight room. He projects as a D1 corner that can body you.

Jason Rucker S Westview- Ruck went off last year in Vegas, picking off 5 passes as part of the underclassmen team. He seems to have a knack for 7 on 7 as he consistently jumps routes and makes things happen.

Parker Cardwell WR LaSalle- One of the top players in the NWOC. The 2nd team all league WR showed up and broke off multiple DB’s covering the last three weeks. He has been one of the most impressive kids in attendance.

Tyree O’Neill DB Franklin- O’Neill will be one of the PIL’s top athletes next season. He was a 2nd team all league DB in 2015 and has showed up in a big way the last three weeks.

Team Oregon Upperclassmen Selections (L-R) Nate Trevino (Evergreen), Trey David (Central Catholic), Isaia Mullen (Madison), Parker Caldwell (LaSalle), Jason Rucker (Westview), Demetrius Douglas (Jesuit), Tyree O'Neill (Franklin)

Team Oregon Upperclassmen Selections (L-R) Nate Trevino (Evergreen), Trey David (Central Catholic), Isaia Mullen (Madison), Parker Caldwell (LaSalle), Jason Rucker (Westview), Demetrius Douglas (Jesuit), Tyree O’Neill (Franklin)

UNDERCLASSMEN Selections

Ahmir Mcgee RB Franklin- One of the top backs in the NW for the 2018 class. Mcgee went for 1300 + and 16 TD’s on the year and will play a key role for the underclassmen team.

Mike Noil Slot Madison- Mike is your ideal 7v7 kid as he is incredibly versatile and tough to contain in space. He is ranked one of Oregon’s top Sophomore athletes.

Cole Turner WR Clackamas- The 6-5 wide out has a stock that is skyrocketing. He will be one of the top players in the Mt Hood Conference next season.

Jaydin Proctor WR David Douglas- Proctor is one of the top Sophomore WR’s in the state. He is a legit 6-3 and will team with the Turner to give the underclassmen group a legit outside presence.

Teron Bradford Slot/CB Oregon City- Bradford comes from a very talented family with his brother Trevon committed to Oregon St. Teron will be one of the top CB’s in Oregon next year and also play a big role on O.

Romeo Akil DB/WB Jefferson- Most know Akil is one of the top Sophomore QB’s in the region. That said he could see significant time in the defensive backfield as part of the underclassmen team.

Wyatt Harsh QB Woodland WA- Harsh continues to impress. He did well in Vegas last off season after earning 1st team all league honors as a freshman. He will be the primary Quarterback for this group.

Jaren Banks LB/S Sheldon – Jaren will be one of the top defensive players in Oregon for the 2018 class. Former Duck LB and E Force coach Brent Haberly has raved about him over the last three weeks.

Isaiah Henderson- Brazie LB Jesuit- Much like Banks Henderson-Brazie is the real deal. Isaiah earned 2nd team all metro honors during the teams state title run. He is one of the top dual threat kids in the Northwest.

Marquis Isom Slot Grant- Isom has put himself on the map the last few weeks. His game is recognized more in a 7v7 setting as he is outstanding in the open field.

Team Oregon Underclassmen selections (L-R) Isaiah Henderson-Brazie (Jesuit), Wyatt Harsh (Woodland), Jaydin Proctor (David Douglas), Marquis Isom (Grant), Ahmir McGee (Franklin), Mike Noil (Madison), Romeo Akil (Jefferson), Jaren Banks (Sheldon), Cole Turner (Clackamas), Teron Bradford (Oregon City)

Team Oregon Underclassmen selections (L-R) Isaiah Henderson-Brazie (Jesuit), Wyatt Harsh (Woodland), Jaydin Proctor (David Douglas), Marquis Isom (Grant), Ahmir McGee (Franklin), Mike Noil (Madison), Romeo Akil (Jefferson), Jaren Banks (Sheldon), Cole Turner (Clackamas), Teron Bradford (Oregon City)

SELECTED WEEK 1 (Listed Above:  Elijah Molden, David Morris, Daniel Green, Jonny Neville, Braden Lenzy)

Connor Neville QB Wilsonville 17′ – One of the nation’s top QBs for the 2017 class. Neville is always working on his game and will add to his offer list in the near future. Expect big things out of him on the 7v7 circuit.

Anthony Adams ATH Newberg 17′- Adams is one of the top players in Oregon. He was dominant in Vegas last off season from his CB spot, any may be the most impressive player we have seen on offense the last few weeks.

Trey Woods RB North Bend 17′- Woods will be the state’s leading candidate for 4A Player of the Year honors next season. His 10 hour round trip drive, to the events every weekend, speaks to his work ethic.

Wyryor Noil CB Madison 17′- We have referenced the Noil kids a number of times and for good reason. They are outstanding student athletes and future D1 kids.

(L-R) Mike Noil (Madison), Wyryor Noil (Madison), Anthon Adams (Newberg)

(L-R) Mike Noil (Madison), Wyryor Noil (Madison), Anthony Adams (Newberg)

(No Particular Order)

Cole Loboy LB Clackamas 17′- One of the top LB’s in the State of Oregon. Loboy has impressed the last three weeks and will be a three year all conference kid for Bushman’s Cavs.

Keonte Mcmurrin CB/Slot West Salem 17′ – Keonte will be one of the GVC’s top returning athletes. He is tough and continues to battle each and every week.

Tim Tawa QB West Linn 17′ – One of the most accurate passers ever to play football in the Northwest. The 2x Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year is the real deal.

Dequahn Dennis-Lee QB Oregon City 17′- Dequahn went off as a Junior and he continues to impress. He has put himself in the conversation among D1 QB’s next season.

Mike Irwin QB Mt View 17′ – I can’t say enough good things about Irwin. He is big, strong, and can run. The former conference player of the year is a D1 Quarterback.

Braelen Bettles S/WR Clackamas 18′ – Bettles has a bright future. He has broken out over the last few weeks and proven that he can play with the best.

Cole Rumrill WR West Salem 17′ – Rumrill is a kid that every coach wants on their team. He started at WR for the Titans and brings a phenomenal work ethic and attitude to the field.

Bryson Breeze S/LB Lake Oswego 19′ – Only a freshman and Breeze has been playing up a level. Look for the talented LO athlete to be one of the top Sophomores in the state next season.

Bishop Dixon LB Roosevelt 17′ – One of the top returning LB’s in Oregon. Dixon is a big physical kid that moves very well. He will be a PIL Defensive Player of the Year candidate in 2016.

Reed Dixon ATH Mt View 17′ – One of the top players in the IMC. Dixon could be one of Oregon’s breakout players of the year next season. He earned 2nd team all league honors as a Junior.

Austin Davis QB Barlow 18′ – The Bruins have a great option in Davis as he is one of the top Sophomore QB’s in Oregon. He is a good athlete with size, that can sling it.

Jacob Rey WR/DB Mt View 17′ – Rey is a good athlete that had a nice Junior year. The Cougars will be back in the mix next season and he is a big reason why.

Harrison Broadus QB Dallas 17′ – It was good to see the 6-3 QB out of Dallas. He throws a nice ball and will lead the Dragons next season.

Tyree Merriweather DB Roosevelt 17′ – Merriweather is one of the fastest rising athletes in Portland. Expect him to play a big role for a Roughriders team that graduates a host of seniors.

Brandon Doblie S/Slot Lakeridge 17′ – Doblie is talented and did well on the Vegas 7v7 underclassmen team last year. He could breakout for the Pacers next season.

Grant Ewell Jr. RB/S Grant 18′- One of the PIL’s most talented kids. He projects as a RB but can also play a hybrid LB/Safety on D.

Tanner Smith LB Oregon City 17′ – Coach Haberly is a big fan of this kid. Tanner earned 1st team all league honors and will be one of the top LB’s in Oregon returning next season.

Demarcus Singleton Jr. ATH Grant 18′ – Singleton Jr is one of the most versatile Sophomores in the state. He did an outstanding job moving into the QB position for the Generals, mid season.

Marquis Sampson Slot Evergreen WA 17′ – Look for Sampson to be in the mix among the remaining athletes chosen for the 7v 7 teams. He is a burner and does phenomenal work in space.

Jesse Porter RB Centennial 17′ – Porter had a breakout year for the Eagles. Look for him to be ranked one of the top RB’s in the state heading into 2016. He opened the season with 6 TD’s against Beaverton.

Austin Bonner QB Oregon Ciity 18′ – Bonner will be behind all everything QB Dennis-Lee, but looked good over the weekend and should do well when he is called upon.

Hunter Wilson Slot/CB Clackamas 17′ – The Mt Hood all conference athlete backs down from no one. He has battled and done good work the last few weeks.

Justin Altenhofen WR Wilsonville 17′ – Justin ran crisp routes and had one of the most impressive events of any athlete in attendance. He will be one of the top receivers in the state.

Christian Janes- Janes has done a great job from his wide out spot. The 2nd team all league, 6-3 D end, shows off his overall athleticism offensively.

Ryan Minniti RB Tigard 17′ – The kid out of Tigard is underrated. He is tough and will be one of the TRL’s best next season, going for 10+ TDs in 2015.

Michael Abraham RB/LB Central Catholic 17′ – Biggie is a player and will be one of Oregon’s best next season. The all conference athlete moves incredibly well for a kid with size.

Brock Klosterman LB Tigard 17′ – Klosterman earned 2nd team all TRL honors as a junior. He will be one of the top defensive players in the conference next season.

Elijah Nielsen ATH Silverton 17′ – The kid out of Silverton possesses legit size and is rising quickly. Expect big things from him next year in the MWC

RayRay West RB/S Jefferson 17′ – West is explosive. He is able to bounce and accelerate better than most in the open field. He will get the ball often for the Demo’s next season.

Derrick Temple TE/WR Franklin 17′ – The 6-5 TE/WR has helped himself immensely over the last few weeks. He is able to body defenders and win most 1 on 1’s.

Nate Fields WR Franklin 17′ – Fields had an impressive day. He is a legit 6-2 and ran fluid routes. He projects as a 1st team all PIL kid next season.

Devin Kwon ATH Clackamas 18′ – Kwon has had a good couple of weeks and should play a role in Bushman’s system in the coming years.

Micah Hoole RB Mt View 17′- The kids out of Mt View are very deserving of recognition. Hoole and others have consistently gotten over to Portland to train with the best.

Alex Brown QB Jesuit 18′ – The 6-4 Sophomore out of Jesuit definitely looks the part. He could be the guy for the returning state champs next season.

Ethan Kassebaum LB Oregon City 18′ – One of the only Sophmore’s to get significant playing time for the Pioneers last season. He will be one of the top junior’s in the Mt Hood.

Marcus Matchie QB Westview 18′ – Matchie has a lot of potential. He will eventually get an opportunity in the Wildcats system behind Zac Schmerber

Mitch Modjeski QB Clackamas 18′ – The 6-2 Sophomore QB will be a big part of the future for the Cavs. He has consistently shown up and done well for the Cavs.

Nathan Kunz QB Columbia River 18′ – A very talented overall athlete. Kunz has had an impressive couple of weeks. Look for him to be a factor in the GSHL.

Cooper Baskins RB Clackamas 17′ – Baskins had his best event yet and should be commended for his consistent improvement.

Austin Kolsut ATH Oregon City 17′- Another talented kid out of OC. The pioneers will once again be legit in the coming years.

Marcus Johnson ATH Grant 17′ – MJ had a good year for the Generals on the offensive side of the ball. He physically looks the part and had a good day.

Hutton Peterson S Newberg 17′ – Give Hutton a lot of credit. He has put himself on the map over the last month for what should be a good Newberg team.

Maxwell Rose QB 18′- Rose keeps coming back and competing every week. He continues to make significant strides.

Cameron Sutton WR Newberg 18′- The Tigers have some legit talent and Sutton will be a big part of the future . Look for him to play a vital role in 2016.

Michael Taras QB Heritage WA 18′- Taras is a talented underclassmen that will give the Vancouver school a legit shot moving forward. He looked good once again.

Allen Gomez S Clackamas 17′- Another Cavalier athlete that has made a name for himself over the last few weeks. Look for Gomez to be one of the top safeties in the Mt Hood