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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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Silas Starr 6-3 195 WR Central Catholic

OFFERS: Oregon, Stanford, Oregon St, Arizona St, Cal

2x 1st team all league WR. Started as a freshman. Caught 43 passes for 838 yards and 11 TDs during the regular season in 2018 racking up 1st team all state honors. Ranked one of the top WR's in the West for the 2020 class. Routes are crisp and precise, the question becomes straight ahead speed and how that translates at the next level.

Richard Kennewell 6-3 200 WR/ OLB Clackamas

Hands down one of the fastest rising recruits in the NW. I go back and forth between him and Starr as the top WR in Oregon, speaking to his overall ability. Legit D1 athlete on both sides of the football. Earned 1st team all state honors catching 32 passes for 753 yards and 12 TDs in 2018. Big , fast, physical kid who is currently being slept on. Also one of the top OLB's in the region. Will be a 3* national recruit

Kalvin Souders 6-2 190 WR Central Catholic

Souders doesn't get enough credit. If he's on any other roster, other than CC with Starr, he's talked about substantially more. Earned 2nd team All Mt Hood honors. Kalvin currently sits on multiple D1 boards. It will come down to continued progression and how he does against national competition this off season.

Chance Sparks 6-3 175 WR Century

Sparks has all of the necessary tools to play division 1 football. Over the last two seasons he has caught 118 passes for 2,023 yards and 18 TDs, averaging 17.1 ypc. All of this said as we haven't seen him on the camp circuit or at any 7v7 events against elite regional or national competition, so there are still big question marks..

Casey Tawa 6-0 170 WR West Linn

If we are talking efficiency and overall football ability there are few who are better. Tawa earned 1st team All TRL honors in 2018,. He has accounted for 1,466 receiving yards and 11 Tds on 102 catches over the last two seasons. Tawa has Ivy league/ D1 potential with a 4.0+ GPA and 4.5 ish laser 40 yard dash. Expect him to have a monster senior campaign.

London Smalley 6-1 175 WR Westview

One of the more impressive receivers in the NW showing flashes of greatness in 2018. Caught 32 passes for 451 yards and 6 TD's, also impressing with his return game totaling 711 all purpose yards

Calvin Green 6-1 170 Oregon City

Green had a breakout season in 18' earning 2nd team all conference honors, while catching 39 passes for 551 yards and 8 TDs. Not a lot of people knew about him prior but with continued progression he will be a legit college athlete.

Cody Davidson 6-3 170 Beaverton

Good overall athlete with size. Earned 3rd team All Metro honors at WR showing off overall athleticism as a 6-3 CB as well. A lot of potential at the next level.

Josh Calo 6-5 185 Southridge

Big good looking athlete. Well rounded kid on and off the field. Class President. Expect him to be a featured target with the departure of PSU commit Keyvaun Eady and a talented Senior class. Salinas will look for him often

Gabe Ekwall 6-2 190 Ashland

Not a lot of people know about him playing in the Southern part of the state. That said as he tests very well with a 4.46 40 yard dash time + a 35 inch vert. Earned 2nd team all league honors as a Sophomore. Will be one of the best at the 5A level.