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Per usual rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level. There are a host of variables taken into account including size, speed, offers, on field production, GPA, etc..
That said as you can be a very good HS athlete and NOT project to a high level of collegiate ball.
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Jalen John 5-11 205 RB Lakeridge

OFFERS: USC, Nebraska, Arizona, Oregon, Oregon St, Utah

John had a nice Junior year earning 1st team All TRL honors after averaging 8.9 yards per carry and going for 20 TDs. Definitely one of the best backs in the West and an Oregon POY candidate next season. He received multiple D1 offers very early in HS career. All of this said as the question becomes will his stock continue to rise?

Emorej Lynk 6-3 225 Kennedy

Went for close to 2000 all purpose yards (1579 rushing) and 23 TDs, racking up 1st team all conference honors on both sides of the football + POY accolades. Truly a man amongst boys at the 2A level which doesn't help from a recruitment standpoint due to the lack of competition

Kainoa Sayre 6-0 190 RB Tualatin

Missed his Junior year due to an injury but a special talent who projects as a D1 athlete at some level. Look for him to be back in a big way next season after earning 1st team all TRL honors as a Sophomore.

Deonte Jones 6-0 185 RB Churchill

Easily one of the top backs in the NW. Averaged over 200 yards per game in just over 6 contests after making the move from Alabama. Competition has to be taken into account but his #s were ridiculous, going for 20 total Tds and 14.7 ypc. With continued progression he will hold multiple offers when all is said and done.

DaMarzhe Nelson 5-8 210 RB Madison

DaMarzhe went off as a Sophomore earning 1st team all league RB honors, while rushing for over 1300+ yards and 15 TD's in 2017'. With PIL Coach of the Year Don Johnson Jr moving on over a year ago questions remain whether or not Nelson will return

Derrick Webb 6-0 195 Westview

One of the better players in Oregon you might not know about yet. Moves very well for a kid with size. Went for 561 yards on the ground and 10 total Tds, averaging 6.2 yards per rush. Can play on either side of the ball possessing impressive fluidity

Divenson Willis 5-8 190 RB North Bend

Willis followed up a monster Sophomore campaign with an even better Junior year, leading the state at the 5a level in rushing yards (1338) through the regular season. His 8.6 ypc and 18 Tds helped him earn 2nd team all state honors on O and D (honorable mention). He isn't the biggest kid but one of the state's most talented regardless of classification.

Kade Wisher 5-9 180 Jesuit

One of the more exciting players in the state IMO. Not the biggest kid, but shifty, and the perfect alternative to one of the nation's best for 2020 in Andy Alfieri. Went for multiple TDs as a Junior helping the Crusaders to another Metro title.

Wes Kommer 5-9 190 Thurston

Kommer went off in 2018 helping the Colts to the 5A state title. His 2,308 all purpose yards (1,917 rushing) and 26 total Tds were a big reason for the teams success and 1st team all state selection.

Jajuan Lane 5-10 200 LaSalle

Earned all conference honors as a Sophomore. Projects as one of the better players in the NWOC next season. Will be important to impress on the camp circuit against higher level, out of state competition.

Doran Gillespie 5-9 175 RB Roseburg

Look for Gillespie to have a big senior season after earning 2nd team All SWC honors as a Sophomore. He was banged up from an injury standpoint in 2018, but will be a featured kid for a much improved Indians program next season.

Treyvon Easterling 5-10 220 RB Madras

Playing 3A ball in rural Central Oregon doesn't really help from a recruiting standpoint. That said as Easterling has carried the ball over 300 times the last two seasons for 2000+ yards and 18 Tds. He is a tough compact back who would benefit a great deal from competition outside the region.