**As always rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level**
#’s 1-10 ranked numerically, #11-50 No Particular Order, #51-100 Honorable Mention
Oregon's Preseason Top 100 Incoming Juniors (2019)
OFFERS: Oregon, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio St, Mich, Alabama, Florida, Florida St, Miami, Georgia, Tennessee (21 total)
One of the nation's top QB's/Athletes for the 2019 class. Johnson accounted for 35 TDs (23 passing, 12 rushing) as a Sophomore, hitting on 62.3% of his passes. His ability in space is even more impressive averaging 10.5 yards per rush in 2016. With his University of Oregon ties it will be tough for any other school to out recruit.
OFFERS: Oregon, Oregon St, Cal
Brother of Oregon Ducks starting QB Justin Herbert. Much like his sibling Patrick's upside is off the charts due to his size and overall athleticism. He will require a consistent double team if you want to have any chance of containing him. Herbert projects collegiately at TE but is equally dangerous from his WR spot.
OFFERS: USC, Florida, Michigan St, Notre Dame, Penn St, Miss St, Tennessee (21 total)
4* kid that has more than 20+ offers as of right now. True definition of an athlete as he can play multiple spots on the field at the highest level. Football family. Could take the state of Oregon by storm after transferring from Carrollwood Day HS in Florida.
1st team All Mt Hood as a Sophomore; Future Oregon Player of the Year favorite. 1215 rushing/receiving yards, 14 TDs, 12.3 Yds Per Carry, 15.4 Yds per reception. Brother of OSU LB Kiahve Dennis-Lee & Mt Hood Off POY DeQuahn Dennis-Lee. Went off on the 7v7 circuit this off season representing EForce Football, projecting as a dual threat D1 kid.
One of the fastest rising prospects in the Pacific Northwest. Stover dominated his conference as a Sophomore on the defensive side of the ball, earning 1st team all league honors, while accounting for 62 total tackles and 10 sacks from his DE spot. His overall athleticism makes him a threat offensively as well where he caught 24 passes for 310 yards and 3 Tds at TE.
Projects as one of the top LB's on the West Coast for the 2019 Class. Brother of 6-8 talented WR Drew Todd formerly of Lake Oswego. Chris possesses unique instincts from his backer spot and will be a TRL defensive player of the year favorite heading into 2017.
Upside is off the charts; Has added significant size this off season. All Conference selection as a Sophomore. Has the potential of being Oregon's top O lineman for the 2019 class. Phenomenal kid
Elite combination of strength & agility projecting as a Mid Major/Pac 12 type kid. Started as a freshman. Will be one of the top centers ever to represent the Metro League. Performed very well on the camp circuit, putting himself on the map this off season.
Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a Sophomore; Phenomenal feat at such a young age. Simmons will be a favorite for 4A Oregon defensive player of the year honors, requiring a consistent double team coming off the edge.
One of the most exciting players in Oregon. Hammer was a leader in multiple statistical categories this off season (TD's, receptions) for EForce Football on the 7v7 circuit. His overall athleticism and ability on the basketball floor only adds to his arsenal of talents. Expect him to be a GVC player of the year candidate the next two seasons.
Hands down one of the top lineman in the state on both sides of the football. The only athlete in Oregon to earn all conference honors as a freshman, racking up 2nd team all league OL & DL accolades in 2016. Wa'a is the nephew of former Oregon St standout Jeremy Perry.
Has the potential of being one of the top QB's in the West for the 2019 class. Outstanding genes and will benefit a great deal learning from Head Coach/Former NFL talent Chris Miller. Long has some big shoes to fill with the graduation of 3x Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year Tim Tawa. The Stanford baseball commit threw 55 TD's to 1 INT and led his team to the state title.
One of the state's top O lineman for the 2019 class. D1 size and projection. Helped the Bulldogs to the 4A state title game. Brother of 2016 4A Player of the Year RB Daniel Ferenczi.
One of the best players in the state for the 2019 Class; Unreal overall athlete with legit speed. Some of the best film out there. Dual threat All Conference WR/DB. Football family; Son of Joe Smith Head Coach- Linfield College
Very athletic big man that has been playing out of position due to team necessity. Hustler was the only Sophomore in the Metro League to earn 1st or 2nd team All conference honors (OL). Projects on the defensive side of the ball OLB/DE. Could end up playing Tight End.
Projects offensively but shows off overall athleticism on D; 24 tot tackles, 2 sacks, 4 tack for loss in 2016. D1 size. Very bright future with up and coming Cavalier program.
One of the top dual threat QBs in the region. Multiple Varsity Tds as a Sophomore. Earned all conference honors from his Safety spot.Head Coach Shawn Stanley has produced numerous D1 athletes. He could be next in line with continued progression.
Unreal athleticism within the family; Brother of three sport OSU athlete Tanner Sanders. Son of Head Coach Scott Sanders.Honorable Mention All Conference TE; 502 rushing/receiving yards, 3 TDs
Son of former NFL great Drew Bledsoe. As most know his brother John helped Summit to its first state title in 2015, and will look to carry on family tradition recently committing to Washington State. Henry brings a unique set of talents to the position, learning from one of the best ever.
2nd team All GVC as a Sophomore from his TE spot. One of the fastest rising recruits in the state. Will be a conference player of the year candidate & a D1 kid with continued progression.
Breakout performance at the NW Best Winter Showcase. Still a big question mark as he will need to produce on the field. That said as he possesses all the necessary tools and intangibles needed to be a top line recruit. Look for him and 6-5 teammate Kelsen Hennessey to be one of the elite underclass duos in the region.
Wilborn had a breakout off season as part of the EForce 7v7 Underclass group. He recently made the transfer from 4A Valley Catholic to 6A Beaverton and will project as one of the top receivers in the Metro this year. With continued progression the 6-4 wide out has D1 potential.
Pone Aisea 6-1 220 LB/RB Roosevelt
Brother of all everything RB/LB Lopeti Aisea. Hands down one of the top players in the state, providing he plays.
Sims is fun to watch as he has legit break away speed. He earned 3rd Team All Metro honors at RB in 2016 and will be a conference POY candidate the next two seasons. Depending on the level of collegiate play he is a potential DB at the next level.
Breakout 2016 off season; Should dominate 4A competition. Will need to get out on the camp circuit and perform well against top competition to solidify talent. Training with elite line coach Alex Linnenkohl
Good looking Athlete who could be one of the region's best with continued progression
Should be able to off set Sims and the running game nicely, as Eady will require a consistent double team.
One of the state's top RBs for the 2019 class. Accounted for 510 yards and 5 TDs on 62 carries (8.2 ypc) in 2016. Learned a great deal from 4* RB/DB Elijah Molden. Will split time with 2x PIL rushing champion Ahmir Mcgee who transferred from Franklin and talented back Tyler Good.
Started as a Sophomore and should be one of the top WR's in the TRL the next two seasons. As much potential as any receiver in the state for his class; 13 receptions, 2 Td's in 2016
Will be a Mt Hood POY favorite the next two seasons; 2nd team all conference DB/Hon Mention RB 2016.State leader on both sides of the ball among Soph's. 169 carries, 1426 yards, 8.44 yards per carry
Breakout Sophomore season, finishing 2nd in the nation among 2019's with (11) INT's. Second Team All Conference DB with legit closing speed. Will be part of a special Junior class at Sheldon. All the talent in the world, the question for Quade becomes a size thing if we are talking collegiate projection.
Bracken has size and he can run; Look for him and all everything 2020 athlete Casey Filkins to be one of the elite NW duos. Expect to hear much more the next two years as LO will be a top 5 program.
Honorable Mention All Conference LB as a Sophomore. Football Family with brother Mitch Montgomery playing D1 ball at (Cal Poly). Cousins with two of the nation's best (Breeze & Cota).
Another individual with outstanding genes. Brother of standout football/baseball athlete Nolan Ostmo, who led the state in INT's. As a Sophomore Nick averaged 9.1 yards per carry and 7 Td's in limited time. Look for him to go off in 17'.
Brother of current Oregon Ducks Safety Brady Breeze, the state's #1 ranked 2016 commit. Projects as one of Oregon's leading tacklers among incoming junior's. Phenomenal football family, with 4* cousin Chase Cota.
Impressive athlete with size coming off the edge. Still a relatively unknown athlete although he should be one of the top defenders returning in the TRL
Started as a Sophomore for the Crusaders; Will be one of the top D lineman in the state the next two seasons. Potentially one of the strongest athletes ever to come through Jesuit (1000+ Bench/Squat/Power Clean). From a projection standpoint it will come down to size and how dominant he can be on the interior.
Adams had an outstanding off season in 2017 training with elite line coach Alex Linnenkohl. His ability to maneuver and 6-4 frame helps him project as one of the top lineman in the state for his class. Expect the South O line to be one of the better groups in Oregon.
Has learned from and has played next to 2018 top recruit Marco Brewer. Projects at a high level with his size and overall athleticism.
Multi sport kid that can run. Has a stock that continues to rise. Honorable Mention All Conference LB. Will be called upon to lead after teams tough 2016 campaign
1st team all league OL/Honorable Mention DL as a Sophomore. Will be a MWC Player of the Year favorite the next two seasons after helping the Warriors to the 2016 5A state title. The question for Anderson becomes what position does he play at the next level, as he projects as more of an OLB.
Brother of Duck standout Henry Mondeaux, projected to be one of the Pac 12's top D lineman. Grayson is a different player then his brother, but the potential and size are there. Look for a breakout season in 2017.
Started as a Sophomore. Very unique athlete for the position as you don't see many 6-4 corners. Look for Klapp to be one of the top DB's in the TRL and a fixture in the Bowmen secondary in the years to come.
One of Oregon's breakout Sophomores; 2nd Team All Mt Hood WR/DB. 51 receptions, 646 yards, 5 Tds
Not the biggest kid on the field but an absolute beast. Son of Head Coach Joe Bushman; Football Family, Great Kid. Led the team tackles as a Sophomore (57), 4 tackles for loss, 2 sacks.
Played Varsity ball as a Sophomore. Should play an even more pivotal role with the transfer of 1st all league LB Isaiah Henderson-Brazie and Luke Hamper. Possesses the necessary size and speed needed to play at the next level.
Projects as one of the top LBs in the state, while playing out of position on the D line. Very talented overall athlete with size. The combination of Mercep and top Oregon 2019' LB Chris Todd is deadly.
The Polamalu name speaks for itself; Brother of NWOC Defensive POY Iosefa Polamalu. 2nd team all conference OL in 2016. 24 total tackles, 3 sacks, 4 tackles for loss defensively.
One of the best route runners in the Pacific Northwest. Had a breakout off season, putting himself on the map. Look for Dalzell to be one of the top WR's in the Mt Hood Conference and thrive with all of the attention and double teams given to 6-7 Cole Turner.
Exciting athlete that can break your ankles in the open field. Had a phenomenal NW Best Summer Showcase against the top kids in the region. With DaMarzhe Nelson and Elijah Elliott both transferring expect Dedmon to get plenty of run.
One of the top Sophomore QB's in the state. Reps could be limited until senior year, backing up top ranked 2018 Oregon St QB commit Jake Dukart
Ayden Purcell 6-4 180 S Forest Grove
Zach Nyborg 6-3 210 TE/WR/OLB Century
Javier John 6-2 205 WR Lakeridge
Will Spitznagel 5-11 165 QB Jesuit
Tristan Lemmons 6-0 170 RB/LB Marshfield
Marshaun Tucker Jr. 6-2 150 WR Churchill
Keyshawn Mason 6-3 270 OL Madison
Levi Nielson 6-4 195 QB Silverton
Jakob Mccreery 6-3 290 OL Sherwood
Matt Sebolsky 5-10 160 DB Lake Oswego
Zach Carr 6-2 215 LB Jesuit
Justice Pagan 6-2 220 LB Clackamas
Andre Martinez 5-8 160 ATH Lakeridge
Gabe Fields 6-2 185 WR Franklin
Bryce Damas 5-10 170 CB Lakeridge
Ben Baxter 5-10 180 Sherwood
Tanner Webb 5-11 170 DB Willamette
Ben Willis 6-3 270 G/DL Silverton
Keating Hinkley 6-5 325 OL Wilson
Thomas Tolonen 5-11 165 WR Clackamas
Josh Spaulding 6-0 230 LB Springfield
Jamal Mcmurrin 5-11 150 CB West Salem
Stanley Green 5-11 165 DB West Salem
Alex Hall 6-1 250 OL/DL Clackamas
Patrick Antone 6-2 245 DT Thurston
Andrew James 5-11 175 QB Hermiston
Matt Roth 6-0 200 LB Scappoose
T’Qwan Jackson 6-0 275 DT Madison
Marcus Harris 5-9 155 ATH Grant
Jackson Barton 6-1 250 OL/DL Sherwood
Josh Spaulding 6-0 230 LB Springfield
Noah Page 5-10 165 Slot/DB Eagle Point
David Mora 5-11 265 DL Marist
Lucas Gardner 6-3 180 TE Putnam
Lawrence Lundgren 5-8 180 ATH Newberg
Cooper Mootz 5-8 170 RB Wilsonville
Alexander Tuebner 5-11 170 DB Seaside
Lucas Janac 6-0 170 Safety Forest Grove
Beau Burnett LB Churchill
Blain Hobbs 5-9 160 ATH/QB Grants Pass
Austin Conner 5-8 155 DB Gladstone
Nick Keller 6-0 170 DB Estacada
Cassius McGinty 5-10 170 SS West Albany
Shane Neal 5-11 175 QB Century