NEXT PREVIEW: FSP (Five Star) & Oregon (Underclassmen) 

  In just a few short few weeks the Northwest’s top football organization’s will compete for bragging rights, prior to attending the prestigious Pylon Sports 7v7 national tournament in Las Vegas (March 5th-6th).

  On February 21st Team Washington (FSP) Ford Sports Performance will travel to Portland’s Madison High School to battle Team Oregon (EForce) . Both groups feature the state’s top talent, with what could end up being 20+ D1 athletes when all is said and done.

  Give Tracy Ford a lot of Credit. The CEO of FSP has taken over the state with his elite training facility, and ability to help get kids to the next level. The roster speaks for itself as WA’s top athletes train with Ford. 

  Things will get real for both clubs really quick. Team Oregon, led by head coach Alex Brink, will have his guys dialed after their record setting finish in 2015. As many remember last years group made a run to the final four among 120 teams in attendance at the national tourney. Something no Northwest squad has ever done. Oregon won 6 straight games on the second day, before being tripped up in the Semifinals to National Champion Bishop Gorman.

  It will be an all day affair as FSP will bring four teams to play EForce. Each organization will represent with the 8th and 9th grade groups + two elite HS teams . Ford’s 8th graders won last year’s 7v7 national title in Vegas, adding to their success.

  The first annual “NW Title Weekend” should be one of the most exciting events ever to come through the region, with a majority of the media in attendance. Stay tuned over the next week as we will continue to break down the athletes and the teams for which they play. Next up the Oregon (Underclassmen) and FSP (Five Star).

Click to view Team Oregon (EForce)

Team Washington (FSP)

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Zach Lewis: QB – 6’0” 180lbs – Eastside Catholic High School 18’ (Blue Chip)

Lewis looks to be the next FBS recruit out of Eastside Catholic
Spent the last two seasons behind all everything Cornell commit Harley Kirsch

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Tanner Bolt: QB- 6-1 185- Prosser HS 17" (Blue Chip)

1st team all state 2A
Threw for 3,294 yards and 43 TD's
Led his team to the 2015 2A state title

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Alex Indelicato: RB – 5’8” 150lbs – Kamiak High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

Went for over 1500 all purpose yards and 10 TD's
2nd Team 4A All WESCO Honors
Projects as a slot and is your ideal back in a 7v7 setting

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Willie Patterson: Ath – 5’10” 161lbs – Franklin Pierce High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

Patterson will play WR for FSP but played QB in the regular season
3,115 passing yards and 35 TDs
Voted SPSL 2A Player of the Year; Tacoma News Tribune All Area 2nd Team

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Hunter Eckstrom: WR – 6’0” 185lbs – Lake Stevens High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

One of the state's top WR's; 70 receptions, 1052 yards, 12 TDs
Leading WR coming back for FSP, one of five returners from last years varsity team
First Team 4A All WESCO
Drawing attention from Ore St, Wash St, Boise St, E.Wash, Port St, Montana

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Marques Hampton: WR – 6’0” 180lbs – Steilacoom High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

55 receptions, 1075 yards, 11 TD's
Earned 1st team all SPSL honors, 2nd team all area
One of the state's top wideouts, incredibly consistent

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Daniel Johnson: WR – 6’4” 185lbs – Mountlake Terrace High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

Long athletic receiver that can go up and get it as well an anyone
22 catches, 544 yards, 4 TD's
Ranked as one of the top athletes in latest player rankings; can also play D

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Hunter Bryant: TE – 6’3” 230lbs – Eastside Catholic High School 17’ (Offers: Wash, Wash St)

One of the nation's top athletes; Ranked 4 star recruit by Rivals.Com
48 receptions, 1137 yards, 17 TD's
Could possibly go down as one of the top TE's in state history

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JJ Jerome: LB - 6’0” 210lbs – Monroe High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

Arguably one of the best RB's in the state last fall; 1,355 yards, 22 TD's
Ranked a top LB in the state of Washington
Looks to have athleticism similar to that of former FSP 7v7 select athlete Oshea Trujillo

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Cale Lindsay: LB – 6’2” 220lbs – Lakes High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

Big, physical, athletic LB with a tremendous upside; 75 total tackles, 1 INT
36 Catches, 613 yards, 10 TD's from his TE position
First Team All 3A SPSL as a TE, Honorable Mention LB

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Salvon Ahmed: DB – 5’11” 186lbs – Juanita High School 17’ (Offers: Wash, Oregon, USC, UCLA, Wash St, Utah, Ore St)

One of the nations top recruits; Ranked a 4 star by Rivals.Com
Went for over 2000 all purpose yards and 28 TD's
Easily one of the most exciting players in America

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Connor Wedington: DB – 6’0” 180lbs – Sumner High School 17’ (Offers: Washington St, Idaho, E.Washington)

Rated the state's top CB in latest player rankings
Voted SPSL 3A MVP; Rushed for 1501 yards and 22 TDs
Being heavily recruited by a host of other Pac 12 schools

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Anfernee Gurley: DB – 5’11” 165lbs – Archbishop Murphy High School (Blue Chip) 17’

Had the best performance of any DB at the FSP summer tryout
Selected the Heralds athlete of the year & Seattle times all area team
1975 all purpose yards, 22 TD's last fall; One of the state's top ranked CB's

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Darreon Moore: DB - 5’11” 165lbs – Kamiakin High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

Rated 3 star recruit by Scout.Com
Labeled shut down corner that rarely has balls thrown in his direction; 57 total tackles, 1 Int
1st team all conference CB, 2nd team WR

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Bradley Kim: S – 6’0” 195lbs – Skyline High School 17’ (Blue Chip)

1st team all 4A Kinco DB, while also leading his team to the state title
Ranked the #1 safety prospect in latest rankings
Another one of the five returners from last years FSP 7v7 Team
Being recruited by a host of D1's; Could also see time at slot