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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OFFERS: Portland St
Very versatile 1st team all league OL that can play either G or T
Maybe the breakout lineman of the year within Oregon
Plays very physical and is relentless on both sides of the football
OFFERS: Nevada, Utah St, Air Force, Idaho, Portland St, Georgetown
1st team all league OL, legit D1 size and mobility. Great film
One of the fastest rising recruits in the region, training with elite line coach Alex Linnenkohl
His ability to maneuver and 6-4 frame helps him project to a high level of collegiate ball
OFFERS: Nevada, Idaho, Texas St, New Mexico, Portland St
Elite combination of strength & agility projecting as a Mid Major 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 during the off season
3.9 student, great kid. The question mark for Sam is a size thing projecting strictly as a center
OFFERS: Portland St
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 in 16'. Brother of 2016 4A Player of the Year RB Daniel Ferenczi.
1st team all league, 2nd team all state OL in 2017.
Earned Honorable Mention All Mt Hood honors helping his team to the 6A state title.
Big 6-5 frame and outstanding 2017 season make him a very appealing recruit heading into the off season
Has all the size and potential. We will need to see if it translates. Off season will be telling. Great work ethic and frame.
The T-Wolves had a successful year up front. At 6-6 Mccarthy has a collegiate future with continued progression
Overall a very athletic lineman . Can play on either side of the ball. One of the few kids who could legitimately play on either side at the collegiate level.
Lake O is returning as a state title contender which should help Bertelsen gain some overdue pub
2nd team all league OL with size. North had a decent year with it's line opening holes for Oregon 6A leading rusher Rigo Padilla
Great job all year, earned 1st team all conference honors at center. Allowed 2018 standout Travis Spreen to play elsewhere
Learning from one of the best HS line coaches anywhere in the country in John Andreas
One of the top lineman in the Mt Hood, 1st team all league in 17; What will be a 3 year all conference kid.
Can play multiple spots up front, projecting at Guard
Dominates 4A competition. Off season will be telling as he needs to go up against some of the best in the region.
One of Oregon's best per his classification
Good size kid, made significant strides in 2017. Can play on either side of the ball and plug up the interior
Huge upside earning All Metro honors from his tackle spot in 2017. At 6-5 he has legit potential
Good size kid that is somewhat of an unknown playing in the brutally tough TRL. Can play multiple spots up front as a G/C
1st team all league O lineman in 17', projecting as one of the top centers in the state regardless of classification. Talented baseball kid.
All Conference O lineman as a Junior. Somewhat undersized if we are talking collegiate projection but an impressive kid regardless