Per usual rankings are based on who projects at the highest level collegiately and/or who currently holds D1 offers. All relevant feedback is appreciated.

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Damir Collins 5-9 190 Jefferson

OFFERS: Oregon, Ariz St, Cal, Colorado, Wash St, Oregon St, Boise St, Maryland, Utah St, Nevada
One of the fastest rising athletes in America for the 2021 class. Went for 2,453 yards and 30 TDs, averaging 10+ ypc, racking up PIL Offensive POY honors. Covering the last two seasons he has accounted for 4500 rushing and receiving yards and 46 TDs. Statistically Damir could rank as one of Oregon's all time greats when all is said and done.

Nate Denney 5-10 195 Bend

Denney is a special athlete. He could be the exception to the rule if we are talking D1 ball. One of the most versatile athletes in the NW. Earned Mountain Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors rushing for 2,275 yards and 26 TDs. Also excelled on D making 70 tackles with 2 INTs. 4.0 student who could be an Ivy League type kid.

Gavin Haines 6-1 195 West Linn

Haines could play on either side of the ball collegiately. He went off this past season rushing for 2,019 yards and accounting for 24 total TDs. His size and overall versatility make him an appealing recruit at the next level. Gavin was named 1st team All TRL

Devin Bradd 5-10 195 North Medford

Bradd made the transfer from Eagle Point over the off season where he started as a freshman. He broke out in 2019 rushing for 1,513 yards and 26 total TDs, earning 1st team All SWC honors.

EJ Broussard 5-11 205 Mountainside

EJ might end up on D at the next level. That said as he is a very versatile back who can run over you or around you. He was one of only three Metro League underclassmen to earn all conference honors on both sides of the football (1st- RB, 2nd-LB). He will be a 4 year Varsity starter.

Miles Wilson 5-10 195 Reynolds

Wilson burst on to the scene last season, earning all conference honors on both sides of the football as a Sophomore. His Junior season was plagued by injuries, but he continued his success in limited action, averaging 11.8 ypc with 6 TDs.

Clay Peden 6-1 165 Sherwood

Even with the Bowmen spreading the ball around on offense, Peden racked up Pacific Conference Offensive POY honors, accounting for 998 yards of offense and 10 TDs (9.1 ypc). Look for him to double his amount of carries in 2019 (94) with the graduation of four talented Senior's (Voss, Guerra, Hagan, Stevens).

Nate Garcia 5-11 175 West Salem

Garcia is a good HS back. West Salem projects as a Top 10 6A team next season so you will hear much more about him in the coming months. He earned 2nd team All Mountain Valley honors last season.

Spencer Sloan 6-0 175 Grants Pass

Not a lot of people know about Sloan playing down in Southern Oregon but he is legit. He earned 2nd team all league honors as a Junior and will be one of the top players in the conference next season for what should be a good GP team.