PLEASE NOTE:
  • Athletes will only be listed on ONE side of the ball
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Per usual rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level. There are a host of variables taken into account including size, speed, offers, on field production, GPA, etc..
That said as you can be a very good HS athlete and NOT project to a high level of collegiate ball.
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Luke Marion 6-1 180 FS Tualatin

Son of former NFL Vet, 3 year All Pro Brock Marion. Luke earned 2nd team All TRL honors as he possesses freakish athletic ability. From a projection standpoint his ceiling may be as high as anyone. Look for Marion's stock to skyrocket in the coming months.

Joe Hutson 6-1 175 DB Lake Oswego

Hutson is one of the fastest rising recruits in the NW. He earned 1st team all league and 2nd team all state accolades during the Lakers 2018 state title run, accumulating 65 total tackles, 5 INT's, and a state leading 27 pass deflections. His stock continues to rise during the off season on the 7v7 circuit with multiple MVP like performances. Hands down one of the top dual threat kids in Oregon.

Thomas Dukart 6-2 175 Safety Lake Oswego

Dukart earned 1st team all state honors on both sides of the football. Something no other athlete in Oregon can say at the 6A level. As good as he was offensively (10 TDs) he projects on D if he was to pursue football. All of this said as he is committed to.Oregon St for baseball

Chase Fletcher 6-2 200 Safety West Linn

One of the fastest rising recruits in the region. Has blown up on the 7v7 circuit. Could end up one of Oregon's top ranked 2020's before he is done. All conference LB who projects as a D1 Safety.. Brother of Bucknell standout Blake Fletcher, one of the state's top defenders covering the last decade. Chase is young for the grade and will be an absolute monster with continued development..

Bryce Boettcher 6-2 185 SS/QB South Eugene

Big, fast, physical kid who can run. Was an all conference QB and LB but projects as more of a SS or WLB at the collegiate level. Boettcher helped South to a nice season (5-4) for a program that has been in the cellar the last few years.

Porter Phillips 6-1 200 SS West Albany

Phillips had a breakout year for the Bulldogs grabbing 1st team all conference and 2nd team all state accolades. He's got legit size and moves very well. Watch his film and you see him do a little bit of everything.

Carlos Montero 6-2 165 FS Mountainside

Montero is a player. He had a very impressive Junior year racking up 2nd team All Metro DB honors while also excelling on offense. Expect Carlos to be one of of Oregon's breakout athletes next season with Mountainside looking like a future state power..

Joe Nizich 5-11 195 SS Central Catholic

Nizich is a tough kid, playing out of position, and typically dominating his opponent. He earned 1st team All Mt Hood and honorable mention All State honors, making 101 total tackles on the season. Collegiately you could see him as more of a SS/WLB type athlete

Josh Baptiste 5-7 160 FS North Medford

Baptiste is undersized but fearless and a very talented HS football player. His 1st team All SWC accolades speak to his overall ability. You can expect him to be a legit conference POY candidate on the defensive side of the ball next season.