OFFERS: Oregon, Michigan St, Oregon St, BYU, Nevada, Utah St, Central Michigan
Clemons broke out over the off season adding offers from a handful of D1's. He averaged 17 yards per catch during the season, hauling in 42 passes for 722 yards, with double digit TDs (10).
OFFERS: Nevada, Utah St
Special overall athlete who earned 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football. Has the potential of being one of the top DB's in the country.
OFFERS: Oregon St, BYU, Nevada, Utah St
Not the biggest kid, but he will break your ankles in the open field. Started as a freshman. Went down for the year early with an injury. One of the most exciting athletes nationally for his class.
Physical specimen coming from a well known, very athletic family. Made 26 total tackles, with 4 pass deflections, and 2 tackles for loss on the the season. As most know brother Lamar is starting for the Ducks, while other brother Elijah is at USC.
OFFERS: Oregon St, Nevada
Broke out over the off season landing his first PAC 12 offer. Proceeded to have an outstanding 2019 campaign ranking as one of the state leaders among Sophomore's in multiple statistical categories.
OFFERS: Utah St
Unreal overall athlete projecting as the state's #1 basketball recruit for his class. From an agility standpoint it's rare to see a big kid move so well. Racked up 2nd team All PIL honors at LB.
OFFERS: Utah St, Nevada
Started as a Sophomore, bringing legit size and speed to the table. Broke out over the off season as part of Team Lillard on the 7v7 circuit. Comes from an impressive family with D1 and NFL genes.
Son of legendary coach John Mannion and brother of former Oregon St and current Minnesota Vikings QB Sean Mannion. Brian is polished for a kid still so young with a ridiculously high ceiling. In (5) starts to close the season as a Sophomore he passed for 14 TDs/ 2 INTs and 917 yards, hitting on 52% of his passes. Mannion will be a multi offer D1 kid.
Dual threat athlete with size. Earned honorable mention all conference honors defensively for the state champs. Made 22 tackles on the year with 3 sacks, while catching 15 passes for another 3 TDs
Expect to hear a lot about him in the years to come. Averaged 12 ypc with 5 Tds for a loaded 5A state title team who spread the ball around. May project more on defense. Made 12 total tackles, with 2 TFL, 2 PBU's, and 2 fumble recoveries.
Ross has a stock that is rising quickly. Earned honorable mention all conference accolades at WR in the loaded TRL. Also made people stand up and take notice on special teams, returning a kick for a TD against Jesuit in the playoffs.
Son of Western Oregon Head coach Arne Ferguson. His combination of size and smarts coming from a football family is something that you can't teach. Took every snap as a Sophomore.
OFFERS: William & Mary
In my opinion one of the most exciting athletes state wide. He is still raw at the QB position, but his ability to maneuver in and out of the pocket and beat you with his feet is a game changer.
One of the state leaders in rushing yards as a Sophomore. Earned 1st team all league honors on O, D, and special teams as a kick returner. Very impressive and versatile kid.
Great size and speed. Expect to hear a lot about Ludwick in the years to come. Very similar to former POY Justin Pagan. Plays with a no non sense demeanor coming hard off the edge.
Prusia shows off impressive versatility as a big CB. He earned honorable mention all conference honors in the brutally tough TRL. Expect him to be one of Oregon's top ranked secondary athletes for the class of 2022.
Brauckmiller has the potential of being one of the more recruited kids in the 2022 class. He went off as a Sophomore making 60 total tackles, with 3 tackles for loss and a sack for the Cougars. His 6-4 frame makes him a kid to watch.
Lane was consistent all year proving to be one of the top young defenders in the state. His honorable mention all conference accolades at Safety helped the Lakers reach the state title game for the 2nd year in a row.
Pete burst on to the PIL scene rushing 60 times for 535 yards and 11 Tds on the year. His ability to accelerate and elude in the open field could potentially put him in a special category with continued progression. Jae'Sean racked up 2nd team all league honors.
Kid's nasty. One of the top players in the state for his class, earning 1st team all league honors at WR. Plays with no fear on D as well. Outstanding overall athlete.
Manning stepped up and started for the one of the state's traditional powers as a Sophomore. Racked up honorable mention all conference honors at CB. He will be a fixture on the 7v7 circuit.
One of the top QB's in the state for his class regardless of classification. Earned 1st team all league honors as a Sophomore. Recognized as one of the region's top rushing quarterbacks, averaging 8 yards per carry with double digit TDs. Phenomenal TD/INT ratio.
One of the better QB's state wide for the 2022 class. Jones looked good with each opportunity that he received this past season. Look for JJ to lead one of the fastest rising programs in the NW.
Perez is one of the top dual threat athletes in the state of Oregon but has struggled with injuries the last few seasons. He started every game as a freshman and will be a player of the year candidate if he can maintain his health.
Great size and mobility. Comes from a football family with D1 genes. Very physical kid who play an important role on both sides of the football.
Grisham will get the ball early and often the next two seasons with 35 senior's graduating from the 2019 state championship squad. He averaged 7+ ypc with 3 TDs on the year. Also made double digit tackles.
Chastain had a monster year grabbing 1st team all league accolades from his D line spot. Not sure what he will play at the next level due to size, but the kid causes problems on the interior.
One of the region's fastest rising recruits for his class. Accounted for 47 total tackles and 3 tackles for loss. Possesses elite physicality.
One of Oregon's breakout performers during the 6A playoffs. Mcguire caused havoc from his DE/OLB spot showing that he will be one of the state's best in the years to come. Brother of D1 Syracuse lacrosse commit Marshall Mcguire, another standout all state athlete.
Comes from a football family. Stepped up big as a Sophomore helping the Bruins reach the 6A semi's, while earning honorable mention all conference accolades at LB.
Pothier is never going to be a big time D1 recruit due to size, but if we are talking productivity and numbers, there are few who were better in 2019. Pothier earned 1st team All Pacific Conference Honors at RB, rushing for 1,165 yards and 19 Tds on the year.
Waible has size and speed and plays beyond his years. He had a monster sophomore season earning honorable mention All TRL accolades from his WLB spot. His 63 total tackles listed among the state's statistical leaders for his class.
Not a big kid but super dangerous in space. The Colts are graduating a deep senior class and Knights will do a little bit of everything next year. This past season he scored 2 TDs offensively with 8 tackles, 4 PBUs', and an INT on D.
Not a lot of people know about him yet, playing with a deep group of BHS senior's. He will rarely leave the field the next two seasons as he possesses outstanding overall athleticism.
Indell had one of the best years of any Sophomore state wide, earning 2nd team all conference honors on both sides of the football. His 1130 all purpose yards (964 rushing) and 14 Tds were indicative of his play.
The young lineman was a big reason the Comets came within a few points of winning a state title this season. The undersized D lineman has plenty of room to add growth after a breakout season where he earned 1st team all conference honors.
Outstanding overall athlete who plays QB. Diamond has size and is equally impressive with his feet. Look for him to be one of the top players in the conference the next two seasons, earning honorable mention all conference honors in 2019.
Super quick and shifty. One of the quickest kids in the state coming off the ball and only a Sophomore. Earned 1st team All NWOC honors.
Simpson will be a featured athlete for CC in the coming seasons. He didn't play much behind a deep group of senior's but was electric anytime he got the ball in space. Track kid (10.9) 100 meters.
Olvera isn't a big kid but he stepped up in a big way for the Lakers during the playoffs. Expect him to be one of the better players in the TRL in the coming seasons.
MVA is a multi sport athlete with size. His versatility and 6-4 frame makes him an appealing recruit with a lot of potential. He earned 2nd team All PIL accolades in 2019.
Jaxon played behind all everything back Gavin Haines, so not a lot of people know about him yet. On the year he rushed 30 times for 230 yards and 2 Tds, averaging 7.7 ypc.
Gardner didn't have great numbers but he is a talented overall athlete with a good arm. He threw for 1,396 yards and 7 Tds/8 INTs, while also rushing 75 times. Statistically look for a much improved Junior year.
Lucore is undersized for the position but had an outstanding Sophomore year earning 2nd team All Mt Hood honors.