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Updated by Battle Prep West on Dec 08, 2019
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Oregon On The Bubble

Jashua Allen 6-2 210 RB/LB Tigard

One of the top dual threat athletes state wide. Jash returns after earning 2nd team all conference honors at RB & LB last season. He has rushed for 7 TD's in the first 3 games of the year, showing off impressive agility for a big man. Expect Allen to draw heavy interest from multiple Big Sky's in the near future.

Jarred Daul 6-4 245 DE/OL Jesuit

Daul has gone off so far this year, wreaking havoc on opponents. The returning first team all Metro DE is part of a special line which includes his brother Joel, one of the nation's top centers for the class of 2018 Travis Spreen, and 6-8 UCLA commit Jaxson Kirkland. Jarred racked up 13 total tackles and an INT versus Central Catholic two weeks back.

Mike Irwin 6-1 195 QB Lakeridge

One of the state's top ranked QB's. The transfer from Mt View in Bend was the conference player of the year as a Sophomore. He is the epitome of a dual threat quarterback, rushing for 250 yards and 5 Td's while throwing for 250 more the last game of 2015. Three games in at Lakeridge and he is one of the state leaders in rushing TD's while hitting on 68% of his passes.

Trey Adams 5-10 175 Slot/CB Crescent Valley

Adams broke out as a Junior earning 1st team all league honors at WR and 2nd team all conference accolades from his DB spot. Trey brings legit versatility to the table as he could play on either side of the ball in college.

Derek Jackson 6-0 190 RB/ATH Century

Week in and week out Jackson continues to prove he is one of the state's top athletes. His 256 yards (141 rushing, 115 receiving) in the Metro opener, helped the returning 1st team all conference RB/DB establish himself as a league MVP candidate. He is currently on multiple Big Sky radars.

Jack Holum 6-6 240 TE/DE Lakeridge

Holum is a big athletic target that could essentially play on either side of the ball at the next level. His 6 catches for 79 yards and a TD, covering the first two weeks, speaks to his ability as a tight end.

Jarred Ellisen 6-6 225 DE/TE Tualatin

In my opinion one of the more under recruited kids in the region. Ellisen broke the schools all time sack record last season, set by Taylor Hart (Oregon Ducks/San Francisco 49ers). He has D1 genes and you can't teach 6-6. Even more appealing is his versatility as he projects as one of the top TE's in the west, catching multiple TD's last week.

Michael Abraham 6-3 235 OLB/H Back Central Catholic

"Biggie" has all the potential in the world as he is a very athletic big man. He earned 2nd team all league honors as a Junior from his D end spot, but projects as more of a backer. His ability to run the ball out of the backfield speaks to his overall athleticism.

Sam Paris 6-3 215 OLB Lincoln

Paris has legit size and the frame to do well at the collegiate level. He earned honorable mention all conference honors with 80+ tackles in 2015. Look for him to be the X factor on D if the Cardinals want to make a playoff run similar to last year.

Hunter Lampson 6-7 305 OL/DL West Linn

Lampson has the necessary size to play Division 1 football. He is an academic standout that should draw significant interest from Ivy league type schools. Playing opposite one of the nation's best, in 4* Oregon commit Alex Forsyth, helps a great deal from an exposure standpoint.

Marquis Sampson 5-7 155 ATH Madison

One of the most exciting athletes in the region. His ability to bounce and accelerate is unique. After three weeks Sampson returns as one of state statistical leaders with close to 500 yards on the ground and 5 Td's.

Love this kids film. Praise earned 1st team all league honors as a Junior, playing each down at mock speed. Look for him to be the difference maker if the Tornado are to make a run in the SWC.

James Bullock 6-1 175 CB/ATH Grant

Bullock should be considered a defensive player of the year candidate in the PIL. He has legit size and has locked up some of the state's top receivers . Look for him to thrive under elite DB coach Aaron Kincy.

Parker Cardwell 6-1 180 LaSalle

Cardwell broke out on the 7v7 circuit this off season and finished with one of the highest scores at the Nike regional in June. He is ranked one of the top 5 receivers in Oregon and currently sits on the D1 bubble. You will not find a better character kid as he should draw significant interest from the Ivy league.

Keonte McMurrin 5-10 170 Slot/CB West Salem

Coming off a phenomenal off season Keonte looks to be a GVC Player of the Year favorite. His 5 receptions for 125 yards and 2 Tds against Sprague put the Titans in a good position within the conference. Mcmurrin was offered by NAIA College of Idaho at the NW Best Collegiate Showcase back in June.

Ryan Walk 6-2 255 G/DE Sheldon

Walk earned 2nd team all league honors as a Junior and is fundamentally one of the top lineman in the region. He possesses D1 type ability although size could be prohibitive for him at that level, outside of the center position.

Wynn Nevin 6-3 290 C Eagle Point

Nevin will be a four year varsity starter and all conference athlete. He is the foundation for a much improved EP team that has blasted opponents, going 3-0 thus far. Give credit to head coach Seth Womack and Nevin who have lead the turnaround.

Anthony has unreal strength but doesn't have prototypical D1 size. Iongi requires a consistent double team and is a PIL lineman of the year favorite. He has been a difference maker up front for Don Johnson's Senators.

Tre Holmes 6-0 270 DT North Medford

Holmes comes from one of the most impressive and athletic families in the West. His cousin Tyrone was named the nation's most valuable player on the defensive side of the ball at the FCS level, out of Montana. He is currently with the Cleveland Browns. Tre earned 1st team all league honors in 2015 and is a 4 year varsity athlete.

Trey Davis 5-11 170 Slot- Central Catholic

Maybe the most slept on kid in the state. Trey led Team Oregon/EForce this off season in TD's, playing with double digit D1 athletes, and against some of the nation's best. He doesn't have prototypical D1 size but he is one of the best receivers in Oregon. Davis has D1 genes with his father starting 4 years at Oregon St, and brother earning 1st team all state honors.

Another kid that a lot of people don't know about. Kasiah earned 1st team all league honors as a Junior, and possesses ideal size for a collegiate linebacker. We will see if he can separate himself from what is an impressive group pf 2017 LB's.

Nick Ah -Sam 6-1 200 Safety/WLB Springfield

Ah-Sam is the returning 2x defensive player of the year in the Midwestern Conference. He is a phenomenal overall athlete that has a chance to be a player at the next level. Unfortunately the Millers (0-3) will not be a 5A contender in the conference or state, so the exposure could be lacking.

Jason Rucker 6-2 185 SS/WLB Westview

Rucker has had an outstanding start to his senior year, looking like one of the top defenders in the Metro League. He has been offered by some D2's and NAIA's throughout the country and currently sits on the D1 bubble. He is ranked a 3* recruit by Scout.Com

The big man earned 2nd team all league honors in 2015 and has the potential to be one of the state's best with continued progression. The talent and size are there to be a successful college athlete if he puts in the work.

Edmund Slevin 6-1 195 RB/S Lincoln

For the second year in a row Slevin continues to run wild for the Cardinals. The returning 1st team all league back will be a conference player of the year favorite, and one of the more physically impressive backs in the Pacific Northwest.