*Note: Players will only be listed on one side of the ball
One of the top players Oregon and what will be a nationally ranked recruit. Racked up 1st team All Metro honors on both sides of the football, accounting for 1600 all purpose yards (1,010 receiving 13 Tds). Added 59 total tackles defensively with 2 INTs, 3 forced fumbles and another defensive TD. Three sport athlete, unquestioned D1 kid.
Outstanding overall athlete with size who also excels in Track (110 Meter Hurdles). Earned 1st team all league honors this past season accounting for 578 receiving yards and 10 TDs. With continued progression he could be one of the most recruited kids in the state.
Unreal overall athlete who earned 1st team all league honors at WR in the brutally tough TRL. Chance could end up on the defensive side of the ball at the next level, but will require a consistent double team on O if you want to contain him. On the year he made 38 total tackles with 3 sacks from his safety spot.
Injuries have taken a big tole essentially missing his entire Junior season. If healthy he has the potential of being one of the top players in the state for the 2021 class. Currently sitting with 8 career receptions.
Heath is a big physical target who can play on both sides of the football. He was efficient all year catching 17 passes for 218 yards and 4 TDs. He earned honorable mention all conference honors at WR but could end up on the defensive side of the ball collegiately.
Student of the game coming from a football family. Had a big Junior season catching 46 balls for 847 yards and 9 TDs. His 18.9 ypc average was one of the best in the region. Earned 1st team all league honors.
Costanzo is a player. He had a very impressive year, earning 2nd team All SWC honors, while projecting as one of the state's top dual threat athletes next season. After the catch he was exceptional.
Hawley should be considered one of the fastest rising athletes in the state. On the year he caught 24 passes for 548 yards and 6 TD's, sitting among the state leaders in yards per catch at 22.8
The younger brother of one of the state's most underrated and talented athletes in Richard Kennewell. Nick caught 32 passes for 514 yards and 6 TD's. Clack will once again have one of the state's top receiving cores with the likes of him and nationally ranked 2022 Miles Williams.
Really like this kid. His 7v7 coaches rave about him. Robinson is a big target who should have his way with 5A DBs. Impressed on the defensive side of the ball earning honorable mention all conference honors at DE but projects at wide out.
Big physical athlete that not a lot of people know about playing at Franklin. Earned 2nd team All PIL honors and was equally impressive on defense. Could be a sleeper at the next level.
Talented WR with good size and speed. Projects as one of the top WR's in Oregon for the 2021 class. Earned 2nd team all league honors catching 36 passes for 555 yards and 6 TDs averaging 15.4 ypc.
Jaasko had a break out year for the Comets, catching 45 passes for 731 yards and 10 TDs, while averaging 16.2 yards per catch. He earned 1st team all league honors, while helping 5A Crater make a run to the state title game, coming up just short to Thurston.
One of the more versatile kids in the state that people don't know about. Racked up 1st team all league honors defensively and 2nd team all conference accolades at WR.
One of the better athletes in Oregon at the 5A level. Moves well at 6-2. Very fluid. Grabbed 2nd team all league accolades catching balls from one of the better QB's in the state in Rieger Sayre.
One of the more versatile slot WR's state wide. Accounted for 1173 all purpose yards, catching 42 passes for 644 yards and 9 TD's. From a recruiting standpoint the lack of competition at the 4A level is a factor.
Super talented kid on and off the field. He is elite academically attending OES. Earned 1st team defensive honors and 2nd team all conference accolades at WR. Also an outstanding hooper.