Keith Brown 6-1 220 LB/RB Lebanon

OFFERS: Oregon St, Oregon, Cal, Washington, Arizona, Wash St, Louisiana
Film speaks for itself. Kid is the real deal. Will hold multiple Pac 12 offers with a host of other D1s getting in the mix before he is done. Earned 1st team all league RB and honorable mention all league LB honors in 2018. Projects on D with 90 total tackles in 8 games. Also killed on offense averaging 15.5 ypc with 9 Tds.

Updated Analysis: Brown has blown up over the last few months. He is now ranked one of the top defense players in America for the 2021 class by 247 (#1 state-overall, #5 ILB Nationally, #166 Overall-Nationally) .

Carson Cota 6-4 235 TE South Medford (OR)

OFFERS: Oregon, UCLA
One of the most impressive football families in state history, with father Chad being an 8 year NFL vet, and 4* brother Chase currently a freshman WR at UCLA. Look for Carson to make a significant impact in 2019.

Updated Analysis: Cota broke out over the off season, excelling as part of "We the Best 7v7", from his TE/WR position. If this performance translates he will be one of the best in the SWC this season.

Anthony Pugh 6-4 205 OLB/DE West Salem

Football family. Will be one of the most recruited kids in Oregon for his class. Earned 1st team all league honors in 2018 at DE accounting for 47 total tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and 5 sacks. 4.0 student

Updated Analysis: Pugh will be one of the most recruited kids in Oregon and the NW for his class. He has the size and speed to play a high level of collegiate ball. Expect him to be a conference player of the year favorite this season.

JJ Woodin 6-3 200 QB Lake Oswego (OR)

Started as a freshman at QB. Ranked by 247 Sports as one of top 10 players in the West for the Class of 2021 prior to the 2018 season. Broke out on the 7v7 circuit this past off season MVPing the "Passing Down" Bay Area National Qualifier in Oakland, CA. 4.0 GPA kid

Updated Analysis: Woodin made the move to Lake Oswego and will play a key role for the defending state champions. He is a very appealing recruit standing 6-3 1/2 with a whip. Expect to hear a lot over the next few months on the collegiate camp circuit.

Drew Carter 6-3 180 QB Tigard (OR)

OFFERS: Portland St (Basketball)

Started as a freshman for traditional state power Tigard. One of the fastest rising prospects in the NW. Earned 2nd team All TRL honors at QB and jumped up on multiple D1 boards. One of the state's top basketball players. Overall just an outstanding athlete.

Updated Analysis: One of the top overall athletes in the region with his first D1 offer coming in hoops. Expect him to be one of the most recruited multi sport kids in the West.

Holden Whipple 6-6 285 T/DE West Salem

Has the ideal frame and overall athleticism to be a big time tackle at the next level. Super impressive athlete (basketball) who possesses unique coordination for a big man.

Updated Analysis: Whipple could blow up shortly. Head Coach Shawn Stanley has had some good one's come through and he could be the next.

Liam Brown 6-5 260 T Sunset (OR)

Brown's a talented kid with size coming from a football family with D1 athletes. Currently training with elite line coach Alex Linnenkohl/ Line Pro which will definitely help on the recruiting front in the years to come

Updated Analysis: Potentially the fastest rising lineman in the region. Has all of the intangibles to be a high profile D1 recruit. Look for Brown to add multiple offers shortly.

Jalen Ridgeway 6-1 195 WR Central Catholic

Really like this kid. Great size and mobility, Earned 2nd team all conference accolades at TE, projecting as more of a H-Back/ WR type. Look for him to be one of the better players in Oregon

Damir Collins 5-9 180 ATH Jefferson

1st team all league RB as a Sophomore and future PIL Player of the Year favorite the next two seasons. Went off in 2018 totaling 1,957 all purpose yards and 16 Tds, while averaging 9.7 ypc

Updated Analysis: Collins stock has shot through the roof, after an unreal off season where he excelled on the 7v7 circuit, leading "We The Best" in touchdowns and receptions. Expect Damir to be a multi offer D1 kid

Colt Musgrave 6-2 205 QB Bend

Updated Analysis: The last name speaks for itself. Great athlete with size. Has the potential of being one of the best in the region. Won the Oregon School Ski Association boys overall title as a freshman.

Jahleel Heath 6-3 200 WR Oregon City

Heath is one of the more appealing recruits state wide. He earned Honorable Mention All Mt Hood Honors in 2018, catching 20 passes for 333 yards and 4 TDs

Updated Analysis: Heath is one of the top WR's in the NW for his class. His combination of size and physicality helped him excel for Team Lillard this off season

Jacob Barnes 6-5 285 T Mcminnville

Updated Analysis: Projects as one of the top lineman in Oregon and potentially the NW for his class. Great size with impressive strength (450 squat, 355 bench). Wrestling has helped with coordination. With continued progression and improved mobility the sky is the limit.

Gunner Robinson 6-2 175 WR Sheldon

When all is said and done he could be one of the best to ever come out of Sheldon. Has that type of potential with great size and speed. Outstanding year on the defensive side of the ball, making 29 tackles with 4 pass deflections. That said as he should be considered one of the top WR's and kick returners in the NW for the 2021 class.

Shane Schwake 6-8 265 OT Sheldon

You can't teach 6-8..Upside is high playing for one of the region's top programs. Look for a big off season from Schwake as he could be one of Oregon's best in 2019

Updated Analysis: Schwake is appealing at 6-8 and even more so when you take into account his overall coordination and ability to play D. Expect to hear a lot about him moving forward.

Patrick Hisatake 6-4 190 ATH/CB Clackamas

Upside is off the charts due to size and overall athleticism. Legit D1 projection
Look for him to be a factor and one of the state's best on both sides of the football

Dyami Rios 6-2 210 LB McNary

Very nice Sophomore season earning 2nd team all league accolades. Brings legit size to the table. Racked up 87 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, and 10 sacks in 2018

Updated Analysis: Really like this kid. Possesses the necessary size to play a high level of collegiate ball. McNary has got a shot this season with a good group of 20's and 21's.

Trent Walker 6-1 175 Slot/FS Beaverton

Dual threat kid. Outstanding overall athlete. Earned All Metro honors at WR finishing 2nd in the conference in receiving yards (760) as a Sophomore. Could end up being an even better Safety.

Updated Analysis: Kid's the real deal. A multi sport athlete who could end up being one of the best in Oregon if he chooses to pursue football.

Declan Quillin 6-3 275 DL/G Jesuit

Brother of 3* Air Force commit Joe Quillin. Started as a Sophomore for one of Oregon's top teams. Projection will depend on continued growth with his stock rising in 2018..

Updated Analysis: Impressive football family. Declan had an outstanding playoff run. With continued growth and discipline he will be a multi offer division 1 kid.

EJ Broussard 5-11 200 LB/RB Mountainside (OR)

Started as a freshman at Westview, before making the transfer to Mountainside HS, and earning all conference honors at RB in 2018. Projects as one of the top dual threat kids in Oregon.

Devin Bradd 6-0 190 RB Eagle Point

Bradd played varsity ball as a freshman and went off in 2018, totaling 22 TDs with 1,523 rushing and receiving yards. He averaged 8.4 ypc, carrying the ball 158 times on the season.
He should be considered one of the top RBs in the state regardless of classification

Jonah Hayes 6-4 270 La Salle

Updated Analysis: Moves very well on the interior especially for a kid with legit size. Look for him to be one of the best big men at the 5A level.

Tre Anderson 6-5 210 TE/OLB Parkrose

Updated Analysis: Still somewhat of an unknown playing at Parkrose but his upside if through the roof. Has a future in football although he could pursue basketball. Questions remain.

Jalen Grable 6-2 160 WR Westview (OR)

One of Oregon's top 2021's starting as a freshman. Had a really nice Sophomore season looking like one of the best players in the conference at times. Caught 22 passes for 379 yards and 6 TDs on the year

Miles Wilson 5-9 180 SS/RB Reynolds

One of the fastest rising athletes in the state. Went for 18 TDs as a Sophomore earning all conference honors on both sides of the football. Plays LB but projects as more of Safety. A guy everyone wants to have on their team.

Updated Analysis: Impressed all off season playing for "We the Best 7v7". Not sure what position he will play at the next level but I can't say enough good things about Wilson.

Bryan Cuthbertson 6-0 240 LB Sherwood

Kids a hitter. He will do damage to ball carriers in the coming seasons. Really like his game. Averaged 6 tackles per contest with multiple sacks on the year

Updated Analysis: With continued growth and progression Cuthbertson could be a big time backer at the next level. Expect this year to be telling from a recruitment standpoint

Lucas Cloyd 6-3 265 DL Oregon City

One of the fastest rising dual threat lineman state wide. Earned honorable mention All Conference honors on D where he projects collegiately

Tyeson Thomas 6-2 180 CB/WR Lakeridge

Physical kid with size who projects on D from his corner spot. Could also be one of the better WR's in the state. One of the fastest rising 21's in Oregon coming from a football family

Updated Analysis:.Thomas made the move to Lakeridge over the off season also doing well on the 7v7 circuit playing for EForce. Expect his stock to continue to rise as 6-2 corners are appealing.

Nate Denney 5-11 200 SS/RB Bend

Updated Analysis: Outstanding overall athlete. Went for 987 all purpose yards and 10 TDs on offense, also racking up 2nd team all conference honors on D. Size might be a question at the next level but he is physically elite.

Carter Neuman 6-4 190 TE/DE Sheldon

Didn't get a bunch of Varsity time but his upside is through the roof.. Brings legit size and speed to the table. Look for him to be a featured guy on both sides of the football

Cole Peters 5-10 185 SS West Linn

One of the most impressive season's from any Sophomore state wide. An absolute monster on D. Led the team in total tackles (115), and tackles for loss (14).

Brody Reese 6-2 280 DT Century

One of the top wrestlers in the nation for his age group. Had an outstanding year on the defensive side of the ball from his DT position, accounting for 86 total tackles, 10 tackles for loss, 3 sacks, and 10 hurries

Tyler Exline 6-3 215 DE Banks

Exline will be a 4A Oregon defensive POY candiate the next two seasons. Was a key player helping the Braves to the 2018 state title. Accounted for 56 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 13 hurries and 6 sacks on the year

Trey Martin 6-2 210 QB Oregon City

Statistically one of the better QB's in the state, starting as a Sophomore. Hit on 52% of his passes throwing for 1,838 yards and 18 TDs in 9 games. Big body kid with a nice arm

Updated Analysis: Martin had an impressive off season playing for "We the Best 7v7" . His overall demeanor and ability to perform against top competition helped his stock.

Salem Matteis 5-11 200 WLB Mountain View

Updated Analysis: Earned 2nd team all league honors on the defensive side of the ball as a Sophomore. One of Oregon's top coaches Brian Crum calls him the real deal.

Spencer Kuffel 6-0 165 S Tigard

Honorable Mention All TRL Safety. Smart and physical kid. Impressive return man who will also contribute offensively in the years ahead

Nick Kennewell 6-2 180 WR Clackamas

Brother of 2020 standout Richard Kennewell. Didn't get a ton of Varsity playing time on a very deep Cavs roster. Look for Nick to play a significant role moving forward

Dawson Muggy 6-0 180 ATH Thurston

Updated Analysis: Another kid who projects as one of the best at the 5A level for the defending state champs. Dual threat kid. Made 23 total tackles with 1 INT on D, also accounting for 3 Tds on offense, while averaging 15 yards per touch.

Va'atausili Tofaeono 6-0 220 LB Century

Statistically one of the top defenders in Oregon as a Sophomore. Made 84 total tackles on the season. Look for him to be a conference POY candidate in the coming years.

Omar Muse 5-9 165 ATH David Douglas

One of the most exciting and explosive kids to watch in Oregon for the class of 2021. Was a named a 2nd team All Mt Hood WR and honorable mention kick returner. Had 68 touches for 992 yards and 9 TDs on the year

Trevor Jaasko 5-11 165 ATH Crater

Updated Analysis: Jaasko had some of the top #s state wide among Sophomore's, catching 44 passes for 732 yards (16.6 ypc) and 10 TDs. He followed this up with a strong off season performance playing for MVP 7V7, one of the fastest rising programs in the state.

Kyle Moxley 6-1 220 OLB Southridge

Breakout year from the Sophomore. One of the top defenders in the Metro. Led his team with 88 total tackles, 9 tackles for loss, and 7.5 sacks. Potentially a conference defensive POY candidate next season

Updated Analysis: Moxley made the move to Southridge HS in 2019. He will be a key factor if the Hawks want to make the playoffs, losing one of the most talented perimeters in school history.

Andrew Simpson 6-1 160 WR Mountainside

Updated Analysis: Versatile dual threat kid who continues to progress. Simpson excelled for Team Lillard over the off season. Has the potential of being an all conference kid on Offense, Defense, and special teams for one of the fastest rising programs in Oregon.

Ethan Evans 6-4 195 TE/WR Gresham

Evans earned honorable mention all conference accolades at his TE position. Upside is high as he has substantial room to add size with his frame

Clay Masters 5-10 170 Slot West Linn

Masters has a stock that is rising quickly. Really nice year in 2018, catching 7 passes for 80 yards and a TD, on a very deep Lions team. Also did well on D and special teams accounting for 15 total tackles and 214 kick return yards

Bailey Jaramillo 6-5 305 OL Wilson (OR)

Brother of 4* Oregon Duck freshman Dawson Jaramillo, one of the most athletic and talented lineman ever to come out of the state. Bailey has the genes and similar size. From a projection standpoint the off season will be telling

Chad Overholt 6-2 210 LB Wilsonville

Football family. Had an impressive Sophomore season helping the Cats to the 5A state title game. Accounted for 78 total tackles, 2 tackles for loss and 3 TDs offensively

Henry Buckles 6-2 265 G Hood River (OR)

1st team all league OL. Played varsity ball as a freshman and did well. One of the top young lineman in Oregon. Collegiate projection will depend on continued growth

Updated Analysis: Buckles continues to impress with his versatility winning state in the shot put as a Sophomore.. You can expect Henry to draw significant interest potentially playing center at the D1 level.

Timon Davis 5-9 150 ATH Grant

Racked up 1st team All PIL accolades as a Sophomore. Can play multiple spots on the field. Will need to add size but potential is there playing for one of the top DB coaches anywhere in Aaron Kincy.

Jack Artman 6-2 180 QB Clackamas

Very fluid and impressive kid who should thrive once he gets an opportunity. Has played behind 1st team all league quarterback Austin Atkeson

Updated Analysis: A lot of credit to Artman who played well and took advantage of every opportunity at QB for "We the Best 7v7" over the off season. He is a standout multi sport athlete (baseball) for the Cavs.

Samiu Letisi 6-2 265 DT South Salem

Quick and elusive on the interior. Moves very well for a kid still so young. Plays on both sides of the ball projecting on D due to size.

Gavin Haines 6-0 200 WLB West Linn (OR)

Not the biggest kid but another super talented athlete. Averaged 6.8 yards per carry and 16.7 yards per catch in limited varsity time, also contributing defensively.

Cameron Bettles 6-2 180 S Clackamas

Updated Analysis: The youngest Bettles got limited time on an extremely talented and deep Varsity roster. Look for him to play a pivotal role in the secondary this season. As most know he is the brother of former Clack standout Braelen Bettles.

Myles Broadus 5-9 165 SS Central Catholic

The last name speaks for itself. Undersized but very talented. Got legit Varsity time as a Sophomore making multiple plays

Joe Mac Donald 5-9 185 CB/S Barlow

Undersized if we are talking projection but super talented. Had one of the best seasons of any Sophomore in Oregon. Will be one of the top players in the Mt Hood next season

Hagan Stephenson 5-10 155 ATH Marist

Updated Analysis: Stephenson had an impressive Sophomore season catching 40 passes for 754 yards and 7 TDs (18.9 ypc). From a projection standpoint size could be an issue along with the lack of competition at the 4A level.

Dane Sipos 5-11 160 CB Lebanon

Football family. Grabbed 2nd team all league honors from his DB spot this last year. Look for him to be one of the state's best at the 5A level.

Jacob Smith 6-1 205 OLB Central Catholic

Didnt get a ton of Varsity PT, but has been impressive at off season camps and has legit size. Look for him to make an impact on the defensive side of the ball next season.

Tanner Volk 6-0 165 S Aloha

Son of head coach Bill Volk. Had a nice Sophomore year catching 22 passes for 193 yards and 6 Tds. Also impressed on D where he projects making 25 total tackles

Kristian Fralich 5-8 160 Slot Cascade Christian

It's tough when you are undersized and playing 3A football in Oregon. Regardless Fralich is legit. Accounted for 1240 all purpose yards and 12 Tds with 42 total tackles and 4 INTs on D as a Sophomore

Charles Willmott 5-11 155 DB Lincoln

Willmott earned 2nd team all league DB honors averaging 5 tackles per game, also impressing on offense when called upon averaging 8+ yards per carry.