OREGON 2019 POSITIONAL RANKINGS
*As always rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level.
*Athletes will only be ranked on ONE side of the football.
*There will not be a numerical order referenced with the positional rankings. That said as there will be specific #s attached when referencing the Oregon Top 100 for 2019 which will be updated in the next few months.
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Oregon Top DE's C/O 2019
One of the fastest rising prospects in the Pacific Northwest.
Projects at the D1 level on both sides of the football; 4A POY Favorite
114 total tackles, 19 sacks/ 39 receptions, 629 yards, 8 TDs over the last two seasons
1st team all league kid on both sides of the football; Unreal Jr season with 53 total tackles, 9 sacks, and 15 tackles for loss
Will be one of the most recruited DE/OLB's in the NW for his class
Very athletic big man that has been playing out of position due to team necessity.
GVC Defensive Player of the Year; 20 + tackles for loss on the season
Comes off the edge as quick as any athlete state wide
Great frame with room to add size, potential OLB.
Conference player of the year as a Sophomore at DE.
Equally impressive on offense, but projects on D due to size and overall athleticism
Big senior year is expected, dominating 4A competition from a young age
Huge upside at 6-4 coming off the edge. One of the state leaders in Sacks (7). Super talented overall athlete who could be a TE/ H Back at the next level.
1st team all conference DE who looks great coming off the edge. Can also play TE. Has the necessary size to project collegiately
2x 1st team all league DE, could end up as an OLB at the next level
Helped the Warriors to the 2016 5A state title.
The question for Anderson becomes what position does he play at the next level
Ryan West 6-0 220 DE Westview
1st team All Metro DE. Undersized if we are talking collegiate projection. Most likely an OLB at the next level.
Set or broke almost every WHS record from his DE spot in 2017
Oregon Top DT's C/O 2019
OFFERS: Oregon St, California
One of the top dual threat lineman in the West and ranked nationally. 3.9 student
Shows off overall athleticism on D, leading his team to the 6A state title with 57 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 4 sacks.
Plays with a no non sense demeanor. Not afraid to mix up with anyone who gets in his way
Very fluid and mobile at 6-6. Comes off the edge nicely and can play on the interior
1st team all NWOC D Lineman that will project as one of the region's best next season.
Big fast athlete who moves extremely well for a kid his size. Stock is rising quickly
Can play on the interior or come off the edge; 2nd team all league DL
1st team All Metro DL. Will be a three year starter
One of the strongest lineman in the Pacific NW
From a projection standpoint it will come down to size and how dominant he can be on the interior.
One of the top dual threat lineman in the region; 1st team all league kid on both sides of the football
Monster Junior season on D; 62 total tackles, 12 tfl, 7 sacks
The only athlete in Oregon to earn all conference honors as a freshman
Wa'a is the nephew of former Oregon St standout Jeremy Perry.
Another kid with a last name that speaks for itself. 2nd team All PIL in 2017
Moves very well for a big man on the interior
1st team all league kid on both sides of the football. Undersized if we are talking D1 ball, but an outstanding up front presence
Look for a big senior year. Projects on defense. Showed off overall athleticism on D making 21 total tackles in 2017
The Polamalu name speaks for itself; Brother of NWOC 2016 Defensive POY Iosefa Polamalu. Honorable Mention All Conference kid in 2017
One of the top dual threat lineman in the state.2nd team all league OL in 17'
What will be a three year all conference kid; 32 total tackles, 4.5 tfl, 1.5 sacks last season