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Oregon top Recruits #1-50 Class of 2017

Referenced below are the state's top ranked athletes for the class of 2017. Just as with the Oregon All Underclassmen Team, this list is organized by who projects highest at the collegiate level. Over the next few months we will be re- releasing the 2017 & 2018 positional rankings for each class. You may click on the "Oregon Player Rankings" to see the lists compiled earlier in the year. All relevant feedback is appreciated.

Elijah Molden 5-11 180 CB/RB West Linn (Offers: Oregon, Stanford, Arizona St, Washington, Wash St)

4 Star National Recruit & ranked one of America's top DB's
2015 "Nike Opening" Invitee
1st Team All State Offense & Defense
1,547 yards, 23 TD's, 11.5 yards per touch
NFL Genes; Father Alex Molden- 1st Round NFL Pick (1996-03)

Marlon Tuipolutu 6-3 275 DT Central (Offers: USC, Oregon, Oregon St, Washington, Utah, Cal, Wash St, Boise St, Iow...

Ranked one of the top 5 D lineman in the Nation
Oregon 5A Defensive Player of the Year
Dominated at the 2016 US Army All American Camp/Combine
Maybe the top D lineman to come through ORE since Ndamukong Suh

Daniel Green 6-3 225 LB Madison (Offers: E.Washington)

One of the top LB's on the West Coast
Recorded 165 total tackles and earned 1st team all league honors
Oregon Battle Prep Co-Defensive POY
Expect double digit D1's and a host of Top 25's to offer shortly.

David Morris 6-3 205 S/LB Sherwood (Offers: Cal, Oregon St, Colorado St, Hawaii)

1st team all league RB/S, 2nd team all state D
1,118 yards, 15 TD's, 16.4 yds per touch, 77 total tackles
One of the top dual threat athletes in the West
2016 Oregon POY Candidate

Connor Neville 6-2 195 QB Wilsonville (Offers: Wash St, Boise St, Hawaii)

4 star national recruit, ranked one of America's top QBs for 2017
3,110 Passing Yards, 40 total TD's/8 INT's, 311 YPG, 65.3 Com Pct
2015 NWOC Player of the Year
National qualifier, West Coast Rivals QB Champ (2015) among 80 competitors

Jaxson Kirkland 6-7 305 T Jesuit (Offers: Washington St, Hawaii)

1st team all state lineman, 2015 state champion
NFL Genes; Father Dean Kirkland (Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Denver)
Projects as one of the top lineman in the Western Region

Alex Forsyth 6-4 300 OL West Linn (Offers: Oregon St, Wash St, Colorado St, San Diego St)

One of only (2) 1st team all state Jr. O Lineman
Projected multi offer D1 lineman
Fundamentally elite with legit size

Cody Shear 6-4 270 OL Sheldon (Offers: Hawaii, Nevada)

The first OL from the 2017 class with a D1 offer
1st team all SWC, potential Pac 12 OL
When all is said and done one of Sheldon's best ever

Anthony Adams 6-0 180 ATH Newberg

4 Sport Varsity athlete as a freshman
1st team all league DB/QB as a Sophomore in the state's toughest conference (TRL)
Brother of standout Portland St 6-3 WR Darnell Adams
Lockdown DB that allowed 2 complete passes in 9 games at national 7v7 tourny

Demetrius Douglas 5-11 170 CB/Slot Jesuit (Offers: Oregon, Colorado St)

Unquestioned D1 athlete
NFL Genes; Omar Douglas NY Giants 1994-98
2nd team all Metro, incredibly fluid from CB spot
4 TD's on first 5 touches of season

Malik Thirdgill 6-4 235 TE/OLB Central Catholic

All conference TE but may project more as an OLB/DE
Outstanding size and speed
Multi sport kid that has the potential of blowing up this off season

Tim Tawa 6-0 185 QB West Linn (Committed: Stanford- Baseball)

Stanford Baseball Commit
2X Oregon Gatorade & TRL Player of the Year
2015 6A State Player of the Year
New All Time Oregon Passing leader for season; 4,420 Yards
50 TD's/3 INT's, 68.3% Com Pct.

Mason Elliott 6-3 190 WR Westview (Offers: Idaho)

1st team all conference WR
80 receptions, 1071 yards, 11 TDs, 16.4 yards per catch
Multi sport D1 kid with size

Travis Mackay 6-6 265 OL/DL Central Catholic

Ideal frame at 6-6 and athletic
All conference kid that shows off his overall athleticism on D
Should help his stock on 2016 Camp Circuit

Isaia Mullen 6-4 195 WR Madison

OFFERS: Montana State
1st team all conference WR; 24 receptions, 502 yards, 7 TD's
The most dangerous red zone target in Oregon
One of the state's top basketball players

Wyryor Noil 6-0 185 CB/Slot Madison

Originally from Louisiana, 4.0 student
1st team all PIL ATH/DB
One of the region's most versatile kids. Transitioned to QB for Senators

Mike Irwin 6-1 190 QB Mt View

2014 Conference (IMC) Player of the Year as a Sophomore
Upped his stock significantly, projecting at the D1 level
One of the top rushing QB's in the West.

Jonny Neville 6-4 210 WR Wilsonville

OFFERS: Cornell
1st team all NWOC WR
45 Rec, 813 yards, 13 TD's, 18.1 Yds per catch
Upside is off the charts as he is pushing 6-5
Could legitimately be a 6-5 240 Tight End at the D1 level

John Bledsoe 6-3 185 QB Summit Offers: Northern Arizona

2015 5A Oregon Player of the Year; Son of NFL Legend Drew Bledsoe
Led Summit to first ever conference & state title
2,551 Passing Yards, 31 TD's/3 INTs, 66.2% Com Pct

Harrison Steiger 6-4 195 WR Wilsonville

Led the state in multiple statistical categories
61 receptions, 1,141 yards, 20 TD's, 18.7 yards per catch
1st team all league, 2nd team all state WR

Jake Porter 6-4 235 DE West Linn

1st team all conference, Honorable Mention all state D End
Comes off the edge as quick as any kid in the state
Legit 6-4 prospect who has a stock that is rising quickly

Luka Nixon 6-6 220 DE/TE Sherwood

1st team all league DE; 50 total tackles, 7 sacks, 5 tackles for loss
All Conference TE. 25 Yards per catch, 2 TD's
At 6-6 he is a very appealing recruit that can play on either side of the ball

DeQuahn Lee 6-1 190 QB Oregon City

Comes from a very talented family; D1 genes
1st team all league; 37 TD's/6 INT's
Has put himself in the D1 conversation with outstanding year

Jarred Ellisen 6-6 210 DE/TE Tualatin

1st team all league DE; 49 total tackles, 12 sacks
Broke all time school record set by Taylor Hart (Univ of Oregon, NFL- Philadelphia Eagles
Incredibly versatile, 6-6 TE/WR; 16 rec, 244 yards, 1 TD on running team

Trey Woods 6-4 195 RB/S North Bend

Leading candidate for 4A Player of the Year honors in 2016
At 6-4 one of the top receiving backs in the region.
Missed 2015 regular season due to injury, 8 TD's in 3 playoff games.