Oregon Player of the Year Candidates; 6-5 Patrick Herbert Soph (Sheldon) & 6-6 Cole Turner Junior (Clackamas)

Over the last two years Team Oregon/EForce has put the region on the map, while participating at the 7v7 national tournament in Las Vegas. In back to back seasons Head Coaches Alex Brink and Aaron Kincy have led the group to a 4th and 11th place finish, among 120+ teams in attendance each year.

In 2015 the Oregon based team rattled off 7 straight wins on the final day, before losing in the semifinals to eventual national champion Bishop Gorman HS.

Last year EForce came loaded, with a majority of the same kids from the previous season. The 2016 squad swept pool play and went (6-0), before losing in the sweet sixteen, and finishing 11th out of 122.

Washington’s top two teams also represented with Ford Sports Performance (FSP) finishing 15th, and Rise Football placing in the top 25.

This year is a little different with Adidas sponsoring and picking up EForce as the State of Oregon’s representative. The teams first tournament will take place in Redondo Beach on February 18th, followed by another national event in Las Vegas on March 3rd and 4th.

Oregon Top Sophomores; (L-R) Zee Lee (Oregon City), Jailen Hammer (Sprague), Kimani Quade (Sheldon), Patrick Herbert (Sheldon)

Have a look at some of the alumni from the last two seasons, and a player by player breakdown of the 2017 Oregon Breed Team

2015 (8-2)  4th overall – 120 Teams

Brady Breeze  Safety     Oregon-  Central Catholic HS

Sam Noyer QB                Colorado-  Beaverton HS

Trevon Bradford WR      Oregon St- Oregon City HS

Jacob Kizer  TE                Washington-  West Salem HS

Samori Toure WR           Montana- Westview HS

Rey Green RB                  Montana-  Union HS


2016 (6-1)  11th overall-  122 Teams

Elijah Molden  CB         Washington-  West Linn HS

David Morris  Safety     Oregon St-  Sherwood HS

Daniel Greene LB           Kansas St-  Madison HS

Demetrius Douglas ATH  Minnesota-  Jesuit HS

Connor Neville  QB        Washington St-  Wilsonville HS

Anthony Adams ATH     Portland St- Newberg HS

Isaia Mullen WR            Hawaii- Madison HS

Trey Woods ATH            Wyoming-  North Bend HS

Wyryor Noil DB             Idaho- Madison HS

Jared Reed DB               Portland St-  Central Catholic HS

Parker Cardwell WR      California – La Salle HS    ‘WO’

Jonny Neville WR          Washington St- Wilsonville   ‘WO’

2016 Las Vegas National Tourney- EForce (6-1) 11th out of 122 teams, Ford Sports 16th out of 122

Cole Turner (Clackamas) Jr. WR 6-6 195

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)

Patrick Herbert (Sheldon) So. WR 6-5 225

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

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

Offers: Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, 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

Myles Green Richards (South Eugene) Jr. WR 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

Zakhayas Lee (Oregon City) So. ATH/Safety 5-11 175

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
One of the state's best on Offense, equally talented on D.

Teron Bradford (Oregon City) Jr. DB/ATH 5-11 180

1st team all conference WR/DB; 2017 Mt Hood & State Player of the Year Candidate
Went off this past season- 56 receptions, 1055 yards, 20 TD's
Brother of Oregon St standout freshman WR Trevon Bradford
Unquestioned D1 athlete; Also one of the top basketball players in the state

Silas Starr (Central Catholic) Fr. WR 6-2 185

Considered one of the top WR's in the nation for the 2020 class; Projected 4* recruit
All Mt Hood Conference accolades as a freshman; 22 receptions, 5 TDs
Will have double digit D1 offers before all is said and done with most of the PAC 12

Briceton Branch (Jesuit) Jr. CB 6-1 175

One of Oregon's top DB's projecting at the D1 level
Long & rangy; 2nd team All Metro selection
Will benefit a great deal working with NFL/D1 talents James Dockery & Aaron KIncy

Jailen Hammer (Sprague) So. ATH 6-0 180

Breakout 2016 Off Season- Team Oregon/EForce; MVP 7v7 IMG Regional Seattle
One of the most exciting players in the state. Look for him to have a monster Junior season
Future GVC Player of the Year favorite 2017 & 2018

Kimani Quade (Sheldon) So. CB 5-9 160

2nd in the nation among Sophomores with (12) INT's
Second Team All Conference DB 2017; Legit closing speed
Phenomenal kid that lives and breathes the game

Wyatt Harsh (Woodland, WA) Jr. QB 6-1 180

One of Washington's top QB's for 2018; Will be a 4 year Varsity Starter
Breakout performance- Passing Down Regional 7v7 Tourney (Final 4- Oakland, CA)
Projected Mayor of Woodland; Great kid

Isaiah Henderson-Brazie (Jesuit) Jr. LB 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

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

Ranked one of Oregon's top Safeties for the 2018 class
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'

Braelen Bettles (Clackamas) Jr. Safety 6-1 180

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

Zach Jenkins (Sherwood) Jr. DB 6-0 175

1st team All TRL DB; One of the top overall athletes in the state
744 All Purpose Yards, 4 TD's/ 40 total tackles, 3 TFL, 1 INT, 5 Pass Deflections
Offensive MVP- Vegas 2016 EForce Underclassmen

Jaren Banks (Sheldon) Jr. LB 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

Kitan Oladapo (Central Catholic) Jr. CB 6-1 175

Rangy DB that can play multiple positions on the field.
Outstanding overall honor roll student that will help lead a special 2018 CC class next season
Breakout year as part of EForce Underclassmen in 2016.

Cade Knighton (Central Catholic) Fr. QB 5-11 175

Considered one of the nation's best for his position in the 2020 class; D1 genes
Led EForce/Team Oregon to the 8th grade IMG Regional title in Seattle last year
Started as a freshman and should be one of Oregon's top QB's next season as a Sophomore

Tyson Haas (Thurston) Jr. WR 6-1 170

5A state leader in multiple statistical categories; 52 rec, 911 yards, 10 TDs, 17.5 Ypc
One of the fastest rising recruits in the region; Phenomenal route runner
1st team all conference WR, honorable mention DB

Spencer Clements (Silverton) Jr. WR 6-3 190

1st team all conference WR; 49 receptions, 776 yards, 9 TD's
Maybe Oregon's top 5A trio next season; QB Levi Nielsen & ATH Kobe Garcia
2017 5A Player of the Year Candidate-

Grant Ewell Jr. (Grant) Jr. RB/LB 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

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

One of Oregon's breakout performers in 2016; 1st 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

Tevin Jeannis (Scappoose) Jr. WR 6-2 170

4A conference and state player of the year candidate heading into next season
33 catches, 370 yards, and 2 TD's. Team had 4 players with 30+ catches
Legit D1 potential. Big receiver that can move

Patrick Maddox (Westview) Jr. Safety 5-10 185

2nd Team All Metro DB
Breakout season under Westview coach, former NFL talent James Dockery

Saivon Brown (Grant) Jr. WR 6-0 155

One of the PIL's most underrated; 11 receptions, 173 yards, 1 TD
Outstanding overall athlete, Huge upside