* There will be a separate breakdown next week for the 8th and 9th grade athletes (2019 & 2020). Featured below are the 2017 & 18 skill kids and lineman who participated at last week’s event. We will be making our selections for the Oregon upper and underclassmen teams this Saturday at Clackamas HS.. You may register below at the attached link.
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EForce Event #2 Breakdown- Skill + Line By Jordan Johnson @JordanJ_
2017 & 2018 Skill
Demetrius Douglas Jesuit CB/Slot 17′ – One of the top players in Oregon for the 2017 class. Demetrius had a phenomenal day & is a lock down corner.
Isaia Mullen Madison WR 17′ – Isaia is physically dominant from his WR position, as he will go up and get it over anybody. He will have multiple D1 offers before he is done.
Nate Trevino Evergreen WA ATH 17′ – Ranked one of the top 3 DBs in Washington, Nate will lock you up at corner, and also beat you on the offensive side of the ball.
Mike Irwin Mt View QB 17′- Irwin has a stock that is rising as quick as anyone. The 2014 IMC player of the year projects at the D1aa level or higher.
TIm Tawa West Linn QB 17′ – The 2X Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year will go down as one the state’s top HS athletes of all time. Look for the Stanford baseball commit to draw D1 attention on the football field as well.
Tanner Smith Oregon City LB 17′ – Smith had a monster day after racking up 1st team all league honors on the season. Tanner is big, aggressive, and one of the top defensive players returning state wide.
Cole Turner Clackamas WR 18′ – The 6-5 Sophomore is one of the top 2018’S state wide, and rising quickly. He will require a consistent double team if you want to contain him next season
Romeo Akil Jefferson QB 18′ – Akil is a phenomenal overall athlete that can sling it. If the Demo’s provide him the necessary support he is a game changer.
Trey Davis Central Catholic Slot 17′- Davis broke out last off season in Las Vegas as part of the Oregon underclassmen team. He was significantly under used in the Rams system in 2015, as he is one of the state’s top returning slot receivers.
Dequahn Dennis-Lee Oregon City QB 17′ – Dennis-Lee went off in 2015, throwing for close to 40 TD’s. He is one of the top junior’s state wide and a potential D1 QB with continued progression.
Mike Noil Madison Slot 18′ – Potentially the most exciting athlete in Portland. Noil is just nasty. He has legit skills and backs down from no body.
Justin Altenhofen West Linn WR 17′ – Justin will be one of 6A’s top wide outs next season after making the transfer from Wilsonville to West Linn. Tawa should have a field day with Altenhofen running routes
Jaren Banks Sheldon LB 18′ – One of the top Sophomores in Oregon. Jaren is incredibly athletic for a LB and can also rotate to the safety spot. He has been very impressive at the events.
Marquis Sampson Evergreen WA Slot 17′ – Sampson is one of the most exciting athletes in the GSHL. His ability to bounce and accelerate is ideal in a 7v7 setting
Bishop Dixon Roosevelt LB 17′- The 2nd team all league LB has had two good weeks in a row. Dixon runs well and is smart in coverage.
Parker Cardwell LaSalle WR 17′ – Cardwell’s stock has risen significantly covering the first two events. The all league WR runs phenomenal routes, looking very impressive thus far.
Keonte Mcmurrin West Salem DB/Slot 17′ – Keonte had an all conference season and rarely misses an event. His versatility and work ethic make him one of the best returning athletes in the GVC
Jared Ellisen Tualatin WR/TE 17′ – Get used to this kid’s name if you aren’t already. The 6-6 Ellisen comes from a very talented family, also excelling on the defensive side of the ball.
Mack Matthews Tualatin LB 17′ – Another kid that comes from a D1/professional football family. Mack led the state in tackles earning 1st team all TRL honors, but projects as more of a Strong Safety.
Perry Davis Silverton RB/S 17′- Expect Davis to be one of the top 5A players in the state next season. He is a standout on both sides of the football and has looked great over the last 2 weeks.
Austin Davis Barlow QB 18′ – Davis is big and he can throw the rock. Coach Summerfield has a good problem on his hands with two very talented QB’s on the Bruins roster (6-5 Jr. Matt Ellis)
Tate Blaylock Reynolds ATH 17′ – Blaylock will lead the Raiders next season. He has looked great over the last 2 weeks, earning 2nd team all Mt Hood honors this season.
Spencer Clements Silverton WR 18′ – Clements had a breakout day. He has legit size (6-2 185) and will be one of the top junior’s in the MWC next season.
Jack Holum Lakeridge DE 17′ – At 6-6 Holum is one of the most versatile kids in Oregon. He can play on either side of the line and also do well as a TE.
Wyatt Harsh Woodland WA QB 18′ – One of the better Sophomore QB’s in Washington. Harsh earned 1st team all league honors as a freshman, and played a key role for the underclassmen team last spring.
Allen Gomez Clackamas S 17′- Gomez will be one of the top defensive players returning in the Mt Hood next year. He was a factor for the Cavs this season.
Zack Huffstutter West Linn LB/S 18′ – Huffstutter earned all conference LB honors as a Sophomore in the brutally tough TRL. The kid is legit on multiple fronts.
Antwon Mackey Roosevelt WR 17′- Mackey has had back to back breakout performances, covering the first two events. He is rising quickly.
Christian Janes West Salem TE/WR 18′ The 6-3 athlete had an outstanding sophomore year. He earned 2nd team all league honors from his DE spot and should also be a factor on O for the Titans.
Zach Jenkins Sherwood ATH 18′ – If you don’t know about Jenkins yet, you will. The kid out of Sherwood will be a featured athlete the next two seasons.
Cole Loboy Clackamas LB 17′ – Much like Tanner Smith, Loboy is tough and one of the top backers in the state. He will be a three year all conference kid before he is done.
Tyree O’Neil Franklin DB 17′ – O’Neil is a grinder and one of the top defensive players in the PIL. The Quakers have a shot at a PIL title in 16′ due to players like him.
Jaydin Proctor David Douglas WR 18′ – Jaydin will be one of the top players in the Mt Hood next season. He is all of 6-3, with his work ethic from a young age paying off now.
Alex Brown Jesuit QB 18′ – Brown has the inside track on the starting job for the Crusaders. The 6-4 QB has a huge upside and could very well lead the #1 ranked team in the state next year.
Michael Abraham Central Catholic TE/LB 17′- “Big” had an outstanding junior season. The 6-2 220 pound all conference athlete runs incredibly well. He will be one of the top players in the state returning.
Cogniac Oliver Roosevelt WR/S 17′- Oliver will be one of the PIL’s top returning DB’s. He had one of the best days of any defensive back in attendance.
Gene Taka Roosevelt LB 17′- One of the top returning backers statewide. Look for Taka to have a big year. He is fast and physically impressive
Isaiah Henderson-Brazie Jesuit LB/S 17′ – One of the top players in the Northwest for the 2018 class. Isaiah racked up 2nd team all league honors and helped the Crusaders win a state title.
Bryson Breeze Lake Oswego S 19′- I guess it runs in the family. Breeze is one of the top freshman in the state, making a plethora of tackles at the varsity level for the Lakers.
Zach Shelton Wilsonville DB 17′- The 1st team all state safety can play. He has been a standout at the last two events and backed up the accolades which he received this season.
Terrell Mims Hillsboro QB 17′ – Mims is just a really good athlete that can sling it. He has helped himself immensely the last few weeks.
Cooper Baskins Clackamas WR/CB 17′- Baskins is another talented kid out of Clack. Coach Bushman continues to build the program
Dane Brooks Westview RB/LB 17′- Look for Brooks to be one of the better players in the Metro League next season. He is athletic and can play on either side of the ball.
Jason Rucker Westview S/LB 17′- Rucker broke out last off season in Vegas, picking off 5 passes for the underclassmen group. Fundamentally he looked very sound at the event.
Cody Brown Tualatin RB/S 18′- Brown is a talented athlete and ran the ball nicely for the T Wolves during the regular season. The Sophomore has a bright future.
Nico Koppy Southridge RB/LB 18′- Koppy has showed up in back to back weeks and done well. He will have a chance to be a player for the Skyhawks in 2016
Nathan Kunz Columbia River WA WR/DB 18′- Kunz is a good overall athlete that will play a key role for the Chieftains in the coming seasons.
JP Miska Lake Oswego QB 17′ – The 6-3 QB has a great deal of potential. He will have to beat out 2018 standout Jake Duakart, committed to Arizona St for baseball, next season.
Elijah Nielsen TE/DE 17′- Nielsen is a talented athlete with size. The 6-4 200 TE/DE should be one of the top players in the MWC.
Hutton Peterson Newberg S 17′- Peterson had another good week. He has been one of the more surprising athletes covering the last 2 events.
Tyree Merriweather Roosevelt RB 17′- Coach Swain has a host of athletes and Merriweather will be in the mix in 2016. He has had two impressive weeks after an injury plagued 2015 season.
Maxwell Rose QB 18′- Rose has had a pair of successful events and will be a kid we hear about moving forward.
Cameron Sutton WR 18′- Sutton is a talented overall athlete with size (6-1 175). He can play multiple spots and potentially help all everything teammate Anthony Adams
Michael Taras Heritage WA QB 18′- The 6-2 180 pound Quarterback is a player. Look for him to be in the mix next season in the GSHL.
Hunter Wilson Clackamas Slot/DB 17′- Not the biggest kid, but talented. The Mt Hood all conference athlete has done an outstanding job the last two events.
Cole Rumrill WR 17′- Rumrill is a good looking wide out with size. He started for the Titans in 15′, and played a role on last years Vegas travel squad.
Jacky Ha Madison Slot 19′- One of the fastest kids in the state. Look for Ha to play early and often for Don Johnson’s Senators.
Tre James Roosevelt ATH 17′- Another kid that should play a role for the Roughriders. He has legit quicks and can play multiple spots.
Jake Meisen West Linn WR 17′- Meisen had an impressive junior season, scoring multiple TD’s. He could be one of the top receivers in the state next year especially with Tawa distributing him the ball.
Marquis Isom Grant Slot 18′- Isom will beat most in the open field, having a nice year for the Generals. He will be one of the top athletes in the PIL next season.
Ben Hoge Lincoln Slot/DB 17′- As referenced previously Hoge can play. He had phenomenal 2nd half to the season, picking off 4 passes.
Adam Dehm Mt View DB 17′ – Dehm continues to impress as he will be one of the top players in the IMC on both sides of the football.
Jaxson Kirkland Jesuit T 17′ – The 6-7 305 pound lineman was dominant all season, racking up 1st team all league & 1st team all state honors. He will end up being one of the most recruited OL to come out of Oregon in some time.
Alex Forsyth West Linn T 17′ – The 1st team all state lineman was impressive. Forsyth (6-4 300) joins Kirkland, ranking at the top of the charts among junior O lineman state wide.
Jarred Daul Jesuit OL 17′- Daul earned 1st team all league and honorable mention all state honors for the State Champs. He had an outstanding event and has a frame (6-4 240) where he could add significant size.
Anthony Iongi Roosevelt DL 17′- Iongi is one of the top lineman in the state. The 6-0 295 pound DL is incredibly athletic, and gave 6-7 305 pound all everything tackle Jaxson Kirkland everything he could handle.
Joel Daul Jesuit OL 17′- Much like his brother Joel is a very talented kid. He will be one of the state’s top returning lineman after earning All Metro honors.
Dillon Holliday Sandy DE 17′ – One of the bright spots for the Pioneers last season. Holliday did outstanding work over the weekend and earned 2nd team all league accolades last season.
Hunter Lampson West Linn OL 18′ – Lampson had a breakout day, even with the state’s top two juniors in attendance (Kirkland, Forsyth). He has a very bright future with the Lions.
Tyler Ganoung Prairie OL 18′ – I cant say enough good things about Ganoung. He will be one of the better lineman in the GSHL next season. Coach Linny has done a great job helping him develop.
Cameron Mahoney Jesuit OL/DL 18′- Another talented up and coming Crusader lineman with size. Look for Mahoney to play a significant role next year.