** As always rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level

1. Safety/ATH Talanoa Hufanga (Crescent Valley) 6-1, 190

OFFERS: Alabama, Michigan, Illinois, USC, Oregon, Notre Dame, Washington, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Wisconsin, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon St, Mississippi St, Cal, Washington State, Utah, BYU, Fresno St **

One of the best overall athletes ever to play football in Oregon
Projects as a potential 5* recruit
Averaged over 100+ yards per game rushing from the QB spot, with 19 TDs
Unreal closing speed with unquestioned NFL type ability
As good as he is on the field, even a better kid

2. WR Chase Cota (South Medford) 6-4, 200

OFFERS: Oregon, Alabama, Georgia, USC, Notre Dame, UCLA, Oregon State, CAL, Utah, Boise St, Washington State, Louisville, Vanderbilt

Ranked one of the top WR's in the country; 4* National Recruit
1st team All State WR/DB; 79 receptions, 1,459 yards, 18 TDs over last 2 seasons
Son of NFL vet, Duck great Chad Cota

3. OL Dawson Jaramillo (Lake Oswego) 6-5, 295


Phenomenal overall athleticism and speed for a big man
Was at one time ranked the #2 O lineman in the country for his class
4 year varsity starter; Off season will be telling

4. ATH Braden Lenzy (Tigard) 6-1, 175


Overall one of the fastest athletes in the country for his class (4.4 laser speed)
2x 1st team all conference TRL athlete on both sides of the football (WR/CB)
Projects on the offensive side of the ball. Close to 30 TD's scored this past season.
4 year varsity starter. Unheard of at Tigard HS.

5. DE/TE Draco Bynum (Wilsonville) 6-5, 255

COMMITTED: Washington

NWOC Defensive Player of the Year; Stock is rising quickly
82 total tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 10 sacks/ 10 rec, 224 yards, 2 TDs
Under Armour "Big Man Challenge" Regional Champion; 100+ competitors

6. ATH Trey Lowe (Jesuit) 5-8 180

COMMITTED: Washington

4* National Recruit; One of the most exciting athletes in the West
Went for 1,800 + rushing yards and 34 TD's in just over 7 games. Averaged 240 YPG, 13.7 Yards Per Rush
1st team All Metro RB; Should have been Metro League POY.
Questions come with size and what position he will play at the next level

7. TE/DE Teagan Quitoriano (Sprague) 6-6, 220

OFFERS: Oregon, Oregon St, Nevada.

GVC Defensive Player of the Year; 30 total tackles, 11 tackles for loss, 8 sacks
Unreal overall athlete; One of Oregon's top hoopers
Projects on the defense if he pursues football. D1 basketball player.

8. WR Cole Turner (Clackamas) 6-6, 195

OFFERS: Nevada, Idaho, Portland St, Princeton, Columbia

1st team all conference WR; 1091 all purpose yards, 46 receptions, 11 TD's
Will end up a double digit D1 offered athlete.
Incredibly versatile - 46 receptions, 25 rushes, 303 kick return yards
2016 Co-Offensive MVP- Passing Down 7v7 Tourney (Oakland CA)

9. LB Marcus Cunningham (Madison) 6-4, 220


1st team all conference LB as a Sophomore; Multiple INT's for TDs in 2015
Honorable Mention all league QB 2016; 21 Passing TDs
Stock is rising quickly; Projects on D.

10. LB/ATH Eli'jah Winston (Central Catholic) 6-3, 220

OFFERS: Notre Dame, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Colorado, Hawaii

Ranked the top LB in Oregon, 4* recruit; 2x All Mt Hood athlete
Brother of current Duck LaMar Winston, outstanding D1 genes
Comes quick and fluid off the edge, possessing outstanding overall athleticism

11. OL Marco Brewer (Corvallis) 6-4, 290


One of the fastest rising recruits in the West
1st team all conference OL, 2nd team D line- Projects on Offense
Outstanding size and overall athleticism; Could land 1/2 the PAC 12 before all is said and done

12. DB/WR Teron Bradford (Oregon City) 6-0, 175

Ranked the #1 CB in Oregon; 2017 Mt Hood POY favorite
56 receptions, 1055 yards, 20 Td's. 1st team all conference O & D 2016
Brother of Oregon St standout freshman Trevon Bradford

13. WR Dayshawn Neal (Hermiston) 6-2, 180

One of the fastest rising stocks of any player in the Northwest
1st team all conference WR; 1,257 All purpose yards , 911 receiving, 51 receptions, 12 TDs
Neal projects at the D1 level and will be an Oregon 5A Player of the Year favorite

14. LB Malakai Salu (Central Catholic) 6-2 225

OFFERS: Hawaii, Navy

1st team all conference LB; 3* Recruit,
Phenomenal genes with brother TJ at Navy and father playing D1 ball
Very athletic and mobile for his position; Knows the game, reads incredibly well.

15. ATH Myles Green Richards (South Eugene) 6-0, 180

One of the fastest rising recruits in the Pacific NW. D1 kid
1st team all league WR; 45 receptions, 717 yards, 6 TDs, 2 INts
Lockdown DB that can play collegiately on either side of the ball

16. C Travis Spreen (Jesuit) 6-4, 285

OFFERS: Navy, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Brown

Ranked by 247 Sports as the top center in the nation
Will be a 4 year varsity starter; 2x 1st team All Metro selection, 1st team all state center
4.0 student; Will be recruited by most of the top academic schools in the country

17. WR Mike Noil (Madison) 5-10, 160


2nd team all conference WR; Will break your ankles in the open field
Brother of D1 commit, PIL Player of the Year Wyryor Noil
One of the most exciting athletes in the state

18. OLB Spencer Tatafu (Parkrose) 6-2, 235

Comes off the edge as quick an player in the state; 1st team all NWOC DE.
Projects at the D1 level; Break out performer - Summer/Winter NW Best Collegiate Showcase

19. WR Qawi Ntsasa (West Linn) 5-10, 165

Hands down one of the most exciting and elusive athletes in the Northwest
2x 1st team all conference selection; 68 receptions, 1.135 all purpose yards, 14 TDs in 2016
Projects on O but will lock you up on D.
Exception to the rule from a size standpoint; D1 kid

20. QB Jake Dukart (Lake Oswego) 6-2 175

*OFFERS: Oregon St *

Dukart's got a whip and projects at the D1 level if he chose to pursue to football
Overall he is a special athlete who can run. He possesses some of the "it" factor

21. TE/DE Keishon Dawkins (West Linn) 6-6, 225

Outstanding basketball player who projects at the D1 level if he chooses to pursue the sport
8 receptions, 73 yards, and 1 TD in 2016. Could have a monster senior year

22. SS/WLB Zack Huffstutter (West Linn) 6-0, 205

Unanimous 1st team all conference safety; 113 total tackles, 8 tackles for loss, 1 INT
Testing is off the charts. Finished in the 99th percentile at NIKE regional in Seattle last year.
D1 ability. Will need to have another productive off season and 2017 campaign.

23. Slot/CB Kaleb Franklin (South Medford) 5-10, 170

2x 1st team all conference WR; Will end up 4 year Varsity starter
1,360 rushing/receiving yards with 13 TDs; 2015 & 16
Outstanding hooper, overall great kid

24. WR Jordan Newlin (Lake Oswego) 5-10, 175

1st team all conference WR in the brutally tough TRL
One of the most exciting athletes in Oregon; D1 kid at some level

25. Daniel McDougal 6-5 290 OL Central Catholic

All conference as a Sophomore; Has legit D1 size
Still a big question mark based on production, but has all of the tools to be a high profile recruit.

26. ATH Reow Jackson (Marist) 6-3, 190

1st team all conference Safety/QB; Phenomenal overall athlete
780 rushing yards, 8 TD's from the QB spot; Could play on either side of the ball at the next level.

27. LB Jaylin Parnell (South Medford) 6-0, 200

SWC Offensive & Defensive Player of the Year; An incredibly impressive feat
1470 rushing/receiving yards, 16 TD's. Equally talented receiving back, 27 receptions
Absolute beast on D. Question becomes what position he plays at the next level due to size

28. LB Isaiah Henderson-Brazie (Jesuit) 6-2, 225

1st team All Conference LB; Two time All Metro athlete- H Back
2017 Metro League Defensive Player of the Year favorite
Great football instincts with legit size

29. QB Andrew Peasley (LaGrande) 6-2 170

One of Oregon's top overall athletes
2x conference player of the year from his QB spot. Just named POY in hoops as well.
Currently ranked the #2 QB in Oregon; Just a playmaker

30. WR Tayler Phillips (Grants Pass) 6-5, 190

Talented 1st team all conference WR with size. Outstanding body control
Multi sport kid that can play multiple spots on the field

31. Safety Austin Hill (Central Catholic) 6'1, 195

Ranked one of Oregon's top Safeties for the 2018 class- 4.0 Student
Started as a Sophomore for CC. Will lead what could be the state's #1 ranked team next season
CO Defensive team MVP- EForce Underclassmen Las Vegas 2016'

32. WR Ben Graziani (Summit) 6-2 160

1st team all IMC, 2nd team all state WR; 34 receptions, 521 yards, 5 Tds
Son of former Duck/NFL QB Tony Graziani
Legit quicks and D1 potential

33. RB/S Zach Jenkins (Sherwood) 6-0, 175

One of the top overall athletes in Oregon; 1st Team All TRL DB
744 All Purpose Yards, 4 TD's, 24.1 ypc/ 40 total tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 INT
Could be one of the top RB's in the conference/state next season. Projects on D

34. CB Damon "Froggy" Hickok (Grant) 6-0, 170

1st team all conference DB; Tied for the state lead in INT's (6)
Breakout 2016 campaign. Coached by DB guru and one of the state's best in Aaron Kincy

35. DB Mujeeb Rufai (Lincoln) 6-2, 185

1st team all conference DB with size; Upside is off the charts
Brother of Boise St freshman standout DE Kayode Rufai
Could climb this list quick with productive off season

36. DE Alex Sanchez (South Salem) 6-2 255

Unanimous 1st team All GVC Defensive End; Exception to the rule from a size standpoint
Comes off the ball as quick as any athlete in the state
2017 Conference Player of the Year favorite

37. CB Briceton Branch (Jesuit) 6-1 170

One of the fastest rising recruits in the state; 2nd team all conference DB 2016
Long and rangy athlete that can guard bigger receivers
EForce standout. Will be ranked one of the top corners in Oregon

38. SS/WLB Jaren Banks (Sheldon) 6-0, 200

1st team all conference LB; State leader in tackles among Junior's (136 total, 11.5 TFL, 2 INT's)
Outstanding overall athlete, Averaged 7.1 yards per carry
Brother of D1 standout James Banks- LB Montana

39. RB Ahmir McGee (West Linn) 5-11, 180

2x 1st team All PIL RB; 2016 season- 1673 all purpose yards, 20 Td's
Just made transfer to state championship West Linn team. Will also play a pivotal role in hoops.

40. OL Tyler Sconce (Roseburg) 6-6, 315

Legit D1 size; 2nd team All SWC O lineman
Will need to have a big off season and show what he can do against elite competition

41. Safety Braelen Bettles (Clackamas) 6-0, 180

1st team all league Safety; 51 total tackles, 3 TFL, 1 INT
Legit size, one of the top hitters in the state
Projects on D; Outstanding overall athlete. 610 total yards 4 TDs

42. Vincenzo Logan 6-1 170 WR Central Catholic

Super talented WR that missed the 2016 season due to injury; Could be a double digit TD athlete next year
Has the potential of being one of the top receivers in the Pacific Northwest

43. WR Jaydin Proctor (David Douglas) 6-3, 170

Ranked one of the state's top WRs for 2018; Breakout season as a 6-3 CB
If the team (DD) does well so will he.

44. LB Iosefa Polamalu (Sandy) 6-0, 235

NWOC Defensive Player of the Year; 91 total tackles, 7 tackles for loss, 2 sacks
The last name speaks for itself as it's one of the regions great football families

45. LB Zane Sands (Sherwood) 6-4, 225

One of the state's top lacrosse athletes; D1 potential if he chose to pursue football
Outstanding size and speed. 24 total tackles, 3 tackles for loss/ 32.3 yards per catch offensively

46. Noah Mellen (Sprague) Jr. RB 5-11 195

One of Oregon's breakout performers in 2016; 2st team All GVC RB
117 carries, 1062 yards, 15 TDs, 9.1 yards per carry
Equally talented kid coming out of the backfield who can catch

47. OL TJ Brewster (Sandy) 6-3, 295

1st team All NWOC O lineman; Talented overall athlete with legit size
Can play multiple spots on the line. Will lead talented returning Pioneer group.

48. ATH Romeo Akil (Jefferson) 5-11, 180

One of the most versatile and exciting athletes in the state
Honorable mention all conference QB who has some old school Peter Warrick in him

49. RB Nick Hoddevik (Lakeridge) 5-11, 180

One of the fastest athletes in the state; 2nd team all conference RB
600 yards, 8 Td's, 5.6 yards per carry in brutally tough TRL

50. RB Grant Ewell Jr. (Grant) 6-0, 190

1st team All PIL RB; 2017 Conference Player of the Year favorite
Went off this past season. 1,870 All Purpose Yards (1,328 rushing) 18 TDs
Could play a significant role on the defensive side of the ball

*No Particular Order (Honorable Mention)

Riley Straly 6-4 305 DL Mountain View
Laytan Tanuvasa 6-1 250 DT Tigard
Kitan Oladapo 6-1 185 DB Central Catholic
Justin Babcock 6-3 210 DE Westview
Ethan Kassenbaun 6-0 190 Safety/RB Oregon City
Kobe Garcia 5-11 175 ATH Silverton
Tyson Haas 6-1 165 WR Thurston
CJ Davis 6-2 275 DT Franklin
Robbie Patterson 6-0 175 QB South Medford
Ennis Ferguson 6-0 185 RB Jesuit
Marquis Isom 5-11 175 Slot Madison
Ethan Powell 6-3 175 WR Thurston
Korbin Williams 6-1 170 WR Central Catholic
Taran Floyd 5-10 180 S Wilsonville
Christian Janes 6-3 230 DE West Salem
Luke Vrvillo 5-11 250 DL Westview
Noah Harris 5-10 195 RB Sprague
Jerry Daniels 5-11 200 RB/LB Stayton
AJ Burkhead 6-5 210 DE Wilsonville
Noah Turnbull 6-1 225 LB Summit
Jaalen Owens 6-1 170 WR South Medford
TJ Dimmick 6-3 220 LB Dallas
DeSean Wilkens 6-2 175 DB Beaverton
Trent Snyder 6-0 205 Safety South Medford
Matt Metcalf 6-2 265 OL Sheldon
Burke Albaugh 6-3 295 OL Tigard
Austin Davis 6-3 220 QB Barlow
Adam Hawker 6-1 170 WR/DB Ontario
Joey Gutierrez 5-11 185 DB Hermiston
Gage Holman 6-1 190 Safety Aloha
Kiandre Hewitt 6-2 195 LB Reynolds
Jordan Prunty 6-0 190 Safety Tigard
Tyler Good 5-11 198 RB West Linn
Chazz Admunson 6-1 200 LB Milwaukie
Evan Heimuller 6-1 200 LB Summit
Chris Freese 6-3 170 DB Tualatin
Spencer Smith 5-10 170 DB Tigard
Luke Hamper 6-3 190 ATH Jesuit
Carson Christensen 5-11 210 SS Sherwood
Chris Collins 6-0 200 LB Sheldon
Elliott James 5-11 170 WR South Eugene
Nick Garrison 6-0 270 DT Sherwood
Lucas Noland 5-11 185 ATH Tualatin
Seth Bagley 6-2 250 G West Linn
Jacob Huggins 5-11 170 DB Canby
Trey Werner 6-0 170 DB Jesuit
Demarques Singelton 5-10 175 QB Grant
Alek Altringer 5-10 170 ATH Sprague

Neil McCarthy 6-5 270 OL Lakeridge
Martin Laupola 6-0 225 LB South Medford