Oregon Top LB’s Class of 2019



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

*Athletes will only be ranked on ONE side of the football.

*There will not be a numerical order referenced with the positional rankings. That said as there will be specific #s attached when referencing the Oregon Top 100 for 2019 which will be updated in the next few months.

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Oregon Top LB's C/O 2019

Justice Pagan 6-2 220 OLB Clackamas

OFFERS: Portland St
1st team All League & All State athlete, helping his team to the 2017 state title.
One of the fastest rising LB recruits on the West Coast. Playing DE for his HS team
Legit D1 size and speed; Player of the Year type athlete
Some of the top #'s in the state. 63 total tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 7 sacks

Chris Todd 6-2 215 LB Lake Oswego

Projects as one of the top LB's on the West Coast for the 2019 Class. 3* National Recruit
Brother of 6-8 talented WR Drew Todd formerly of Lake Oswego
Missed 2017 season after suffering knee injury the first week of the year.

Germaine Flentroy 6-0 190 WLB Central Catholic

One of the fastest rising recruits in Oregon. Very versatile WLB/SS type
MVP type performances late last year helping to put himself on the map

Zack Mandera 6-1 215 LB Roseburg

2x all conference LB, 1st team all SWC in 2017
Talented overall athlete (2x All conference Pitcher) with size, that can also run
New head coach Dave Heuberger has done a great job putting Mandera in a position to lead a young team

Micah Pugh 6-3 190 TE/WR/OLB West Salem HS

One of the fastest rising recruits in the state. 1st team all league LB, 2nd team TE
Can play multiple spots on the field. Possesses legit D1 size and ability

Eli Ntsasa 6-1 205 OLB West Linn

One of Oregon's breakout performers this season
Statistically at the top of the charts in the TRL. 60+ tackles, 7 tfl, 1.5 sacks, 3 pass break ups in 12 games
Brother of Qawi Ntsasa, the D1 projected human highlight reel.

Myles Montgomery 6-0 210 LB Ashland

Will be a three year all conference kid; Football family (Breeze) with brother Mason Montgomery being a standout LB at Cal Poly

Zach Carr 6-2 225 LB Jesuit

2nd team all Metro LB who will be a conference player of the year candidate next season.

Mike Mercep 6-2 220 SLB Lake Oswego HS

Plays on the line but projects at LB. Mercep is a guy that everyone wants to have on their team. Always up in the mix.

Jake Bushman 5-11 210 LB Clackamas

Not the biggest kid on the field but an absolute beast. Son of Head Coach Joe Bushman; Football Family, Great Kid. Over the last two seasons he has 97 total tackles and 6 tackles for loss

Blake Markham 6-3 190 WR/OLB Banks

Great size and very versatile; 32 rec, 673 yds, 7 Tds/ 58 total tackles , 6 tfl, 5 INTs
1st team all league offense, 2nd team defense playing DB.

Beau Burnett 6-0 205 LB Churchill

Just a really good football player; The MWL Defensive Player of the year.. 99 total tackles, 14 tfl, 5 sacks on the year. Helped his team reach the state title game

Carter Atkins 6-0 215 SLB Sherwood

Atkins plays DE for the Bowmen but projects as more of an OLB.
One of the conference leaders in tackles; 5+ per game.

Matt Roth 6-0 200 LB Scappoose

One of the state's top LB's. Doesn't get the credit playing at smaller school.
Conference POY favorite in 18' - 61 total tackles, 12 tfl, 4 sacks

Jacob Husk 6-2 220 LB Marist

1st team all league LB with size; 39 total tackles, 5 tackles for loss