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The Northwest’s top 7v7 organization returns after the two most successful years of any group in the region’s history. EForce Football/Team Oregon will feature one of the most impressive coaching staffs anywhere in the country. The lineup includes a cast of former NFL & D1 athletes who are eager to pass on their knowledge and give back.

Additions to this years staff include two former Ducks, in record breaking WR Jeff Maehl and LB Tyson Coleman of Lake Oswego. Over the last two years head coach Alex Brink and defensive coordinator Aaron Kincy have led the O and the D, with close to 20 athletes moving on to the Division 1 level.

Oregon State great James Dockery was another key addition, after spending the last half decade in the NFL. In summary you have a group of individuals who have played at the highest level and bring a lot to the table on and off the field.

The recent Adidas sponsorship has changed the game for EForce, as they will now represent the state in national tournaments across the country. Tryouts will begin December 17th. Stay tuned for updates as the full coaching staff and details are referenced below.

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2015 Alumni (3rd Place, 120 Teams) Las Vegas National Tourney

Sam Noyer QB – Beaverton (Colorado)
Brady Breeze Safety- Central Catholic (Oregon)
Trevon Bradford WR- Oregon City (Oregon St)
Jacob Kizer TE- West Salem (Washington)
Samori Toure WR – Westview (Montana)

2016 Alumni (11th Place, 122 Teams) Las Vegas National Tourney

David Morris Safety- Sherwood (Oregon State-Commit)
Elijah Molden CB- West Linn (Washington-Commit)
Demetrius Douglas WR- Jesuit (Oregon-Commit)
Daniel Green LB- Madison (USC-Commit)
Anthony Adams ATH- Newberg (Offers: Hawaii, Idaho, E.Wash, Montana St, PSU)
Connor Neville QB-Wilsonville (Washington St-Commit)
Isaia Mullen WR-Madison (Hawaii- Commit)
Wyryor Noil DB- Madison (Offers: Hawaii, Idaho, Portland St)
Jared Reed CB- Central Catholic (Portland St-Commit)
Trey Woods RB- North Bend (Offers: Wyoming)