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Hands down one of the fastest rising athletes in the NW. D1 Kid. Racked up 1st team All Metro honors requiring a consistent double team coming off the edge. Accounted for double digit sacks. His combination of speed and size puts him towards the top of the charts from a projection standpoint. Outstanding wrestler who just won the 6A title for his weight class.
Impressive kid who earned 2nd team All Metro honors this past season. Projects at the D1 level. Can play on either side of the ball moving very well on the interior for a big man. Film speaks for itself.
Very versatile lineman who could play 3 or 4 different spots on the field. Racked up 1st team all league and honorable mention all state accolades at Tackle, while projecting as more of a D lineman in my opinion. Made 38 total tackles, 3 sacks, and 2 tackles for loss.
Sandoval is a talented kid who. plays with his hair on fire. Comes quick and hard off the edge. Was very influential in big games for the Lions. Will need to be more stout against the run. One of the state sack leaders with 9, also accounting for 43 total tackles.
One of Oregon's fastest rising lineman. Earned 1st team all conference OL accolades in the brutally tough TRL, along with honorable mention all league honors on D, where he might project due to size and mobility.
Potentially the most disruptive lineman in the state Requires a consistent double team. Earned 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football in Oregon's toughest conference, followed by 2nd team all state accolades. Had 69 total tackles, 12 tackles for loss, and 5 sacks.
Don't sleep on this man. Followed up an outstanding Sophomore campaign by earning honorable mention 5A All State honors on both sides of the football. Did a great job at center but projects on D at the next level.
Absolutely went off in 2018 being named the PIL Defensive POY and a 1st team all state selection. Accounted for 49 total tackles, 29 tackles for loss, and 18 sacks while dominating the conference. He is an undersized talent so his recruitment remains a question mark. Overall a great kid, coming from a football family, with his father being the head coach.
Hepa had another impressive season in a much tougher conference, after transferring from Jefferson HS , and earning 2nd team all league honors from his DT spot. His ability to maneuver on the interior helped him rack up 44 total tackles. One of the leaders state wide on the D line.
Has done very well on the defensive side of the ball for a (13-0) Rainier team that just won the state title. That said as he could end up on the O line at the next level with his size and mobility. Will need to get out on the camp circuit and beat top big men to justify the lack of competition at the 3A level.