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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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Max Lenzy 5-10 170 CB Tigard

Lenzy was the CO-TRL Defensive POY .earning 1st team all state honors after picking off 10 passes, which tied for 9th nationally. As most know he is the brother of Notre Dame WR Braden Lenzy, one of Oregon's fastest and best ever. Max is a great kid but undersized in comparison to his sibling. He also caught 32 passes for 518 yards and 4 TDs offensively. He has been ranked a 4* national recruit.

Marquis Brown 6-3 175 CB Liberty

One of the fastest rising prospects in the NW. Racked up Conference Player of the Year honors and 1st team all state accolades. At 6-3 he is a very appealing recruit with his size at CB. Played multiple positions, finishing with 9 INTs on the year, while killing it offensively and requiring a consistent double team.

Miles Jackson 6-0 180 CB/RB Central Catholic

Jackson is a physical, lock down, dual threat kid. He earned 1st team All Mt Hood and honorable mention all state accolades from his CB spot, while ranking as one of the state's top RB's over the last two seasons. Miles is a great kid coming from a football family, with his father Antonio Jackson being a standout WR at PSU back in the day.

Elijah Elliott 5-9 170 CB ATH Central Catholic

OFFERS: Air Force, Army

One of the most well rounded athletes in the region (3.8 GPA). Earned 1st team all league accolades at RB, accounting for 1,158 rushing & receiving yards and 18 TDs. That said as he projects on D as a very physical and smart corner. The question remains size and how he would fare at the highest level of D1 ball. His talent is not in question, but a bigger WR could create serious match up problems.

Jaxon Jedrykowski 5-10 160 DB Gladstone

Unanimous 1st team all league DB who accounted for 77 total tackles, 8 tackles for loss, and 3 INTs. Jackson is a tough kid who comes from a very talented football family. Expect Jedrykowski to be a 4A Defensive POY favorite next season.

Seth Welsh 5-11 165 Jesuit

Welsh is underrated. At first glance you would never know how talented he is. He brings unique anticipation to the table and breaks on the ball as well as anybody. Look for him to be a top DB in the Metro League next season and also contribute offensively.

Dominique Miller 5-10 165 Reynolds

Dominique had a breakout Junior season earning 2nd team all league accolades. He isn't the biggest kid but he brings a legit toughness and mentality to the secondary, which was very apparent by the Raiders success this past season.

Cade Mccarty 6-0 170 Tualatin

Smart and physical DB who can play multiple spots in the secondary. Earned honorable mention All TRL honors from his CB position. Look for Mccarty to be one of the featured athletes on what will be one of Oregon's top ranked 6A teams next season.

Caden Biege-Wetherbee 6-0 185 CB Lakeridge

Caiden had a nice season making 33 total tackles and earning honorable mention all conference honors. His 6 Tds over the last two seasons help solidify him as a dual threat kid.