Daniel Green 6-3 225 Jr. LB/RB Madison- Oregon’s top ranked LB. Green will end up being one of the most recruited kids in the Pacific Northwest. Expect a majority of the Pac 12 to offer before all is said and done. Daniel earned 1st team all league honors, racking up a ridiculous 165 total tackles on the year. He was the Oregon Battle Prep Co- Defensive Player of the Year


Daniel Green 6-3, 225 Jr. LB/RB Madison

Romeo Akil 5-11 170 So. QB/DB Jefferson- One of the most exciting athletes in Oregon. Romeo comes from a talented family as his brother Robert was a player. Akil is ranked one of the state’s top Sophomore QB’s, earning 2nd team all league honors. He backs that up nicely on the defensive side of the ball as well.


Romeo Akil 5-11, 170 So. QB/DB Jefferson

Isaia Mullen 6-4 190 Jr. WR Madison- One of the state’s top 3 ranked WR’s. Mullen earned 1st team all PIL honors and can go up and get it as well as anybody. Expect to see Isaia be a big factor and a primary target on the 7 v 7 circuit during the off season.

CJ Davis 6-3 265 So. DT Franklin- One of the region’s most talented lineman. CJ will be a PIL Player of the Year favorite the next two seasons, requiring a consistent double team from opponents. Davis has the potential of being one of the most recruited D lineman out of the conference in the last decade.

Wyryor Noil 6-0 185 Jr. ATH/CB Madison- If there was a student president of the PIL it would probably be Noil. The kid out of Louisiana is one of Oregon’s top athletes and equally impressive off the field, sporting a 4.0 GPA. You will see a host of schools come in on him over the off season as he is a legit D1 recruit.

Ahmir McGee 5-11 175 So. RB Franklin- Mcgee had a phenomenal year, earning 1st team all PIL honors, while totaling 1,334 yards and 16 TD’s. He is a talented dual sport athlete that projects as one of the top players in Oregon for the 2018 class.

RayRay West 5-9 175 Jr. RB/DB Jefferson- Ray will be a player of the year candidate next season on both sides of the football. He earned 1st team all league honors from his DB spot and should see the bulk of the carries with talented senior Jasiah Williams graduating.

Pone Aisea 6-1 215 Fr. RB/LB Roosevelt- Coach Christian Swain calls Pone an unquestioned PAC 12 type athlete. He was a man amongst boys at the freshman level and should be one of the top players in Oregon next season. He is the brother of talented RB/LB Lopeti Aisea.

Edmund Slevin 6-1 185 Jr. RB Lincoln- Slevin had a phenomenal year, earning 1st team all league honors and helping the Cardinals to the state quarterfinals and an (11-1) record. RB Coach Ryan McCants is as good as they come with Edmund going for 1293 yards and 15 TD’s on the year.

Demarques Singketon Jr. 5-10 175 So. ATH/DB Grant- Another kid that epitomizes the ATH position. Demarques took over at QB after 5 weeks and totaled 1,515 yards and 11 TD’s, on 60.2% passing. Singleton is a talented dual threat kid and one of the top players in the P.I.L.

Grant Ewell Jr 5-11 175 So. RB Grant- Ewell will be ranked one of the top backs in the state for his class. He is incredibly versatile totaling 1,108 yards (703 rushing, 405 receiving) with 50 receptions on the year. Expect to see him be a featured kid on the camp circuit.

Nolan Ostmo 6-0 185 Jr. DB Lincoln- One of the top players returning in the PIL next season. Ostmo has phenomenal instincts and seems to always be in the right place. He was one of the state leaders in INT’s with 6, earning 1st team all league honors.

Marquis Isom 5-11 160 So. ATH Grant- Isom had a good year doing a little bit of everything. He was a primary kick returner for the Generals, averaging 18.6 yards per touch. Marquis also recorded 44 tackles and caught 33 passes on the season, going for 342 yards and a TD.

Nate Fields 6-2 190 Jr. Slot Franklin- Fields had a breakout season catching 49 passes for 686 total yards and 9 TD’s. He has legit size and speed and should play a big role next year on what will be a very talented Quaker team.
Brandon Leitgeb 6-2 195 Jr. TE Lincoln- Leitgeb caught 5 passes for 71 yards and 3 TD’s, earning 1st team all league honors at TE. He projects as more of a fullback but can play on either side of the ball making 30+ tackles on the year.

Sam Paris 6-3 215 Jr. LB Lincoln- Paris has legit size and can run. He went somewhat under the radar, for a Cardinals defense that held eight teams under 10 points, four of which were shutouts. Sam added 74 total tackles and 3 INT’s as his stock is rising quickly.

Marcus Cunningham 6-3 200 So. LB Franklin- One of the top Sophomore backers in the state. Cunningham was all over the field in 2015, returning multiple picks for TD’s and earning 1st team all conference honors. Much like CJ Davis he will be a defensive player of the year candidate.

Anthony Longi 6-0 295 Jr. DT Roosevelt- One of the top interior lineman in Oregon for the 2017 class. Longi shows off his overall athleticism running the ball for the Roughriders. He will be a difference maker next season.

Mike Noil 5-9 165 So. ATH Madison- The youngest Noil is a baller and much like his brother incredibly versatile. Expect big things out of Mike the next two seasons, as he will break your ankles in the open field and then tell you about it.

Derrick Temple 6-4 190 Jr. TE Franklin- Temple is one of the top Junior TE’s in the state. He caught 25 passes for 282 yards and 2 TD’s on the year, earning 2nd team all league honors. His 6-4 frame helps a great deal from a recruiting standpoint.

Tyree O’Neil 6-0 175 Jr. DB Franklin- One of the top DB’s in the PIL. Tyree earned 2nd team all conference honors and will be one of the league’s top defensive players returning next season. Offensively he caught 17 passes for 235 yards and 2 TD’s.

Bishop Dixon 5-11 210 Jr. LB Roosevelt- Dixon will happily come up and smack you from his backer position. He earned 2nd team all conference honors on what was a very intimidating group out of North Portland.

Ben Hoge 5-9 180 Jr. DB Lincoln – Hoge can play. He will be one of the top DB’s returning in the PIL next season. He came on late with 3 INT’s during the Cardinals playoff run. Ben comes from a very athletic family and he is a student of the game.

Jeffrey Ward 5-10 165 Jr. WR Jefferson- Ward will come back one of the conference’s top WR’s, earning 2nd team all PIL accolades this season. Expect Akil to get him the ball early and often, off setting the running game led by West.