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OFFERS: Oregon, Oregon St, Cal, Air Force
Oregon's #1 prospect and one of the top LB's in America for the 2020 class. What will be a 4* national recruit. Earned 1st team all league RB/LB honors and 2nd team all state accolades on both sides of the football. One of the most impressive football families in state history.. Brother Joey Alfieri will be a high round NFL draft choice out of Stanford in 2019. Andy projects as an All American and a future pro himself.
COMMITTED: Oregon St
One of the most athletic kids in the West. A big early commitment for the Beavers. The CO-TRL Defensive POY who earned 1st team all state honors..Accounted for 87 total tackles, 9 tackles for loss, and 3 INTs, Also had an outstanding year on offensive. Miller's overall athleticism is reinforced with his acrobatic dunks on the basketball floor. With continued progression he could be one of the better players in the PAC 12.
OFFERS: Utah, Oregon St
Could end up the most decorated player ever to come out of McNary HS with 31 consecutive varsity starts. 3* national recruit who earned 1st team all league RB/LB honors and honorable mention all state accolades at backer. The last two seasons he has accounted for 175 total tackles, 38 tackles for loss, 17 sacks, and 2,356 all purpose yards offensively. Numbers did drop off a bit from his Sophomore season. Academic standout (4.0). Helped the Celts to a miraculous turnaround after starting the season 0-5 and then winning the MVC conference.
COMMITTED: Syracuse - Lacrosse
Mcguire is a division 1 football player if he chose to pursue that route. He is currently committed to Syracuse for Lacrosse. Had an outstanding year coming off the edge racking up 1st team All TRL honors and honorable mention all state accolades at DE. Projects as more of an OLB due to his athleticism. Great size and mobility.
The top Fullback in Oregon and probably the NW. Earned 1st team All Metro honors offensively. That said as Horton projects as one of the top L;B's in the state. Expect multiple D1 programs who still use the FB on a consistent basis to be vying for his services.
One of the fastest rising prospects in the region. Big fan of this kid. Absolutely fly's to the ball. Earned 2nd team all league honors (should have been 1st) and is listed among the leading tacklers (115) in the Pacific NW.
One of the more underrated kids in Oregon. Had an unreal year helping the Colts to the 5A state title. Earned 1st team all league and honorable mention all state accolades. Had 76 total tackles and 8.5 tackles for loss as Stranieri is an outstanding overall athlete. Could end up playing more of a strong safety type position at the next level.
Possesses great size and speed coming from a football family with D1 genes. Dad played at Oregon St. Titus earned honorable mention all conference honors as a Junior and has the potential of being in the conversation if we are referencing 2019 MVC POY candidates.
Oregon's 5A Defensive POY. Made 77 total tackles with 16 tackles for loss, helping the Colts to the state title. Will need to compete and impress against higher level top athletes if he wants to raise his stock on the recruiting front. Overall a very good football player.
Reser had a breakout year earning 2nd team All TRL honors. Averaged close to 6 tackles per game with double digit sacks. Just a very good overall athlete. Can play 2 or 3 different positions well. Upside is high.
One of Oregon's top defensive players, just undersized. Earned 1st team all league honors making 77 total tackles. Will be pursued by some of the countries top academic schools with the level yet to be determined. 4.14 Weighted GPA
Not your prototypical LB at 6-1 280 but moves very well for a big man. One of the hardest hitters in the region. Could end up playing a different position due to size, regardless a guy everyone wants on their team. All conference kid.
Klumbik showed up big in 18' accounting for 60 tackles, 8 tackles for loss, and 5 sacks, while earning 2nd team All TRL honors. Definitely a breakout season. Could end up as more of a strong safety at the next level
Vaughn has accounted for 69 total tackles and 5 tackles for loss over the last two seasons, as the Cavs are 26-1 with a state title. He earned honorable mention all conference honors in 2018 and could be one of the better defensive players in the Mt Hood next season.
One of the top defenders in Oregon although he doesn't project to a high level of collegiate ball due to size. Earned 1st team all league honors from his DE spot accounting for 69 total tackles, 6.5 sacks, and 10 tackles for loss. Just a very talented HS football player