Referenced below are the top athletes in the State of Oregon for the 2019 class. As always rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level. No list is perfect as most of these kids are just beginning their HS career. Feel free to send over info on any athletes who may have been missed – Jordan Johnson

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Patrick Herbert 6-5 225 WR Sheldon

#1 Projected overall recruit for the 2019 class in the State of Oregon
Brother of Oregon Ducks freshman QB Justin Herbert
Scored multiple TD's as a freshman, 3 sport talent

Zakhayas Lee 5-10 175 ATH/Safety Oregon City

1st team All Mt Hood as a Sophomore; Future Oregon Player of the Year favorite
1215 rushing/receiving yards, 14 TDs, 12.3 Yds Per Carry, 15.4 Yds per reception
Brother of OSU LB Kiahve Dennis-Lee & Mt Hood Off POY DeQuahn Dennis-Lee

Chris Todd 6-2 210 LB Lake Oswego

Projected to be one of the Top LB's on the West Coast for the 2019 Class
Brother of former 6-8 talented WR Drew Todd of Lake O

Bubba Wa'a 6-2 270 DE Crescent Valley

The only athlete in the state to earn all conference honors as a freshman
Phenomenal combination of strength and agility; 2nd team all league OL & DL 2016

Ethan Long 6-2 205 QB West Linn

Projects as one of the top QB's in the West for the 2019 class
Outstanding genes; Will benefit a great deal learning from Head Coach/Former NFL talent Chris Miller

Cam Sanders 6-3 210 TE/WR Crescent Valley

Unreal athleticism within the family; Brother of three sport OSU athlete Tanner Sanders. Son of Head Coach Scott Sanders
Hon Mention All Conference TE; 502 rushing/receiving yards, 3 TDs

Jailen Hammer 6-0 180 ATH Sprague

Breakout 2016 Off Season- Team Oregon/EForce; MVP 7v7 IMG Regional Seattle
Future GVC Player of the Year Candidate

Cory Stover 6-6 215 DE/TE Marshfield

One of Oregon's top dual threat kids; Legit D1 size
1st team all league DE; 62 total tackles 10 sacks/ 24 rec, 310 yards, 3 Tds

Jackson Simmons 6-3 220 DE Gladstone

Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a Sophomore; Phenomenal accomplishment at such a young age
Requires double team coming off the edge; Unquestioned D1 kid

Kimani Quade 5-9 160 CB Sheldon

2nd in the nation among Sophomores with (12) INT's
Second Team All Conference DB; Legit closing speed

Blake Sims 5-11 175 RB Southridge

3rd Team All Metro RB; Will be conference POY candidate the next two seasons
Has legit breakaway speed. Potential DB at the next level

Dawson Jolley 5-10 165 RB West Linn

One of the state's top Sophomore RBs; Has learned a great deal from 4* RB/DB Elijah Molden
62 carries, 510 yards, 5 TDs, 8.2 Ypc ; Breakout year EForce/Team Oregon

Kelsen Hennessy 6-5 250 T Clackamas

Projects offensively but shows off overall athleticism on D; 24 tot tackles, 2 sacks, 4 tack for loss
D1 size. Very bright future with up and coming Cavalier program

Jobadiah Malary Barlow 5-9 195 RB/DB Barlow

Will be a Mt Hood POY favorite the next two seasons; 2nd team all conference DB/Hon Mention RB 2016
State leader on both sides of the ball among Soph's. 169 carries, 1426 yards, 8.44 yards per carry

Sam Telesa 6-2 275 C Aloha

D1 Projection; Elite combination of strength & agility
Started as a freshman. Will be one of the top Metro Centers ever

Jacob Ferenczi 6-5 260 OL North Bend

One of the state's top O lineman for the 2019 class
Helped the Bulldogs to 2016 4A state title game; D1 size & projection

Will Scadden 6-3 175 WR Lakeridge

Started as a Sophomore and should be one of the top WR's in the TRL the next two seasons;
As much potential as any receiver in the state; 13 receptions, 2 Tds- 2016

Kade Hustler 6-3 225 DE- Southridge

2nd team All Metro O lineman; Very athletic big man, Could play TE.
Projects more Defensively due to overall athleticism DE/OLB

Kehdon Fletcher 5-11 160 ATH Reynolds

One of Oregon's breakout Sophomores; 2nd Team All Mt Hood WR/DB
51 receptions, 646 yards, 5 Tds

Pone Aisea 6-1 220 LB/RB Roosevelt

Pone Aisea 6-1 220 LB/RB Roosevelt

Brother of all everything RB/LB Lopeti Aisea
Hands down one of the top players in the state, providing he plays.

Collin Bracken 6-1 185 RB Lake Oswego

Bracken has size and he can run; Look for him and all everything freshman Casey Filkins to be one of the elite NW duos.
Expect to hear much more the next two years as LO will be a top 5 program.

Levi Nielson 6-3 190 QB Silverton

Honorable Mention All Conference QB with size; 17 TDs/ 5 INTs, 1609 yards, 7 rush Tds
Breakout 2016 season under elite head coach & QB guru John Mannion

Talati Polamalu 6-2 230 DT Sandy

The Polamalu name speaks for itself; Brother of NWOC Defensive POY Iosefa Polamalu
2nd team all conference OL. 24 tot tackles, 3 sacks, 4 tackles for loss defensively

Bryson Breeze 5-10 175 Safety Lake Oswego

Brother of current Oregon Ducks Safety Brady Breeze; States #1 ranked 2016 Commit
One of Oregon's leading tacklers among Sophomores.

Ben Willis 6-3 265 OL/DL Silverton

2nd team all conference Guard as a Sophomore; One of the state's top lineman for 2019
Brother of former Utah St/D1 commit Matt Willis 6-5 250

Isaac Flemmer 6-4 220 T Valley Catholic

Breakout 2016 off season; Should be one of the top players ever to come through Valley Catholic
Upside is off the charts. Training with elite line coach Alex Linnenkohl

Keyvaun Eady 6-3 170 ATH Southridge

Good looking Athlete who could be one of the region's best with continued progression
Should be able to off set Sims and the running game nicely, as Eady will require a consistent double team.

Zach Carr 6-2 215 LB Jesuit

One of the top Sophomore LBs in the state; Legit size
Should learn a great deal opposite D1 projected LB Isaiah Henderson-Brazie

Jackson Laurent 6-1 185 QB Lake Oswego

One of the top Sophomore QB's in the state; Breakout off season with EForce/Team Oregon
Reps could be limited until Senior year, splitting time with top ranked 2018 QB Jake Dukart

Troy Kiole 6-5 265 OL- Madison

Upside is off the charts; Hon Mention All Conference OL. Phenomenal Kid
Has D1 size and mobility. This off season will be telling

Myles Montgomery 5-11 205 LB Ashland

Honorable Mention All Conference LB as a Soph; Football Family
Brother of former Grizzly standouts and current D1 LB's Mitch & Mason Montgomery

Gabe Fields 6-2 185 WR Franklin

Brother of 1st team all league WR Nate Fields
Had a nice Sophomore Year with 8 receptions for 117 yards and 4 Tds

Nick Ostmo 5-11 200 RB/LB Lincoln

9.1 yards per carry and 7 Td's in limited time
Another individual with outstanding genes; Brother of Nolan Ostmo who led the state in INT's as a Junior

Jake Bushman 5-10 205 LB Clackamas

Son of Head Coach Joe Bushman; Football Family, Great Kid
57 total tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 2 sacks- 2016

Tanner Webb 5-11 170 RB Willamette

Honorable Mention All Conference RB
Equally dangerous as a receiving threat

Will Spitznagel 5-11 170 QB Jesuit

Did an outstanding job stepping in as a Sophomore; Much like Restic
Should air it out a little more the next two seasons

Ryan Bertelsen 6-3 230 DE Lake Oswego

Impressive athlete with size coming off the edge
Should be one of the top defenders in the TRL

Tristan Lemmons 6-0 170 RB/Safety Marshfield

Tristan Lemmons 6-0 170 RB/Safety Marshfield

1st team all league RB, 2nd team LB; Led the state in tackles among Sophomores
15 TDs , 8.1 YPC/ 93 total tackles, 10.3 tackles per game

Simon Thompson 6-2 190 QB West Salem

Multiple Varsity Tds as a Sophomore; One of the top dual threat QBs in the region
Head Coach Shawn Stanley has produced numerous D1 athletes

Jakob McCreery 6-3 290 OL Sherwood

Legit D1 size; Will be one of the top lineman in the TRL the next two seasons

Matt Sebolsky 5-10 160 DB Lake Oswego

Expect Sebolsky to step in and make a big difference as a Junior
One of the top young overall athletes in the TRL

Corbin Anderson 6-2 220 DL Lebanon

1st team all league OL/Honorable Mention DL as a Sophomore
Will be a MWC Player of the Year candidate the next two seasons; 2016 5A state title winner

Ben Baxter 5-10 175 Safety/RB Sherwood

Honorable Mention All Conference LB; Outstanding dual threat kid
56 carries, 334 yards, 6.0 Ypc, 20 total tackles

Colton Smith 6-1 170 WR/DB Mcminnville

One of the best players in the state for the 2019 Class; All Conference WR/DB
Football family; Son of Joe Smith Head Coach- Linfield College

Gabriel Fulford 6-5 250 OL Corvallis

Has learned from and plays next to 2018 top recruit Marco Brewer
Projects at a high level with his size and overall athleticism

Chino Davis 6-0 170 CB Forest Grove

All conference DB as a Freshman
Look for him to play a crucial role on O in 2017

Patrick Antone 6-2 245 DT Thurston

All Conference OL; Projects on D- 22 total tackles
Will be one of the top dual threat lineman at the 5A level

Andrew James 5-11 175 QB Hermiston

2nd Team All Conference QB; Equally dangerous with his feet
2,555 All Purpose Yards, 25 total TDs (18 Passing, 7 Rushing)

Zack Mandera 6-1 205 LB Roseburg

Multi Sport Kid that can run; Honorable Mention All Conference LB
Will be called upon to lead after teams tough 2016 campaign

Joe Quillin 6-2, 250 DT Jesuit

Started as a Sophomore for the Crusaders; Will be one of the top D lineman in the Metro the next two seasons
Potentially one of the strongest athletes ever to come through Jesuit (1000+ Bench/Squat/Power Clean)


Colin McMahon LB/TE- Jesuit Ty Rankin ATH- Grant, Isaiah Cook OL – Oregon City, Jacky Ha CB- Madison, Luke Cuellar OL-Westview, Matt Roth LB- Scappoose, T’Qwan Jackson C/NT- Madison, Marcus Harris ATH- Grant, Jackson Barton OL/DL- Sherwood, Josh Spaulding LB- Springfield, Noah Page WR/DB- Eagle Point, David Mora DL- Marist, Lucas Gardner TE-Putnam, Cooper Mootz RB-Wilsonville, Alexander Tuebner DB-Seaside, Collin Zollinger LB-Silverton, Beau Burnett LB-Churchill, Chase Cutsforth WR-Marist, Blain Hobbs QB-Grants Pass, Austin Conner DB- Gladstone, Nick Keller DB-Estacada