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2019 26-50

Ethan Wilborn 6-4 180 WR Beaverton HS

Wilborn had a breakout off season as part of the EForce 7v7 Underclass group. Made the transfer from 4A Valley Catholic to 6A Beaverton.
One of the state leaders in multiple categories in 17'; Close to 800+receiving yards, with 40 receptions and 8 TDs
With continued progression the 6-4 wide out is a D1 kid

Jackson Simmons 6-3 240 DE Gladstone

Conference player of the year as a Sophomore at DE
Equally impressive on offense, but projects on D due to size and overall athleticism

Blake Gobel 6-8 215 TE Banks

You cant teach 6-8. He caught a lot of balls on the year. 40 rec, 548 yards, 8 TDs. 1st team all league, all state TE.

Joe Quillin 6-3, 280 DT Jesuit

1st team All Metro DL. Will be a three year starter
One of the strongest lineman in the Pacific NW
From a projection standpoint it will come down to size and how dominant he can be on the interior.

Troy Kiole 6-5 280 DT/ T- Madison

Two year all conference kid on the offensive side of the ball, impressed on defense towards the end of the year
Phenomenal frame, upside is off the charts. Off season camp performances will be key

Jacob Ferenczi 6-5 260 OL North Bend

One of the state's top O lineman for the 2019 class. D1 size and projection.
Helped the Bulldogs to the 4A state title game in 16'. Brother of 2016 4A Player of the Year RB Daniel Ferenczi.

Elias Spence 6-4 210 WR/TE North Medford

Great combination of size and speed; Can play multiple spots on the field
2nd team all SWC kid on both sides of the football WR/DE.
Could end up as a TE/OLB at the next level

Jahi Richardson 6-2 300 DL South Eugene

Big fast athlete who moves extremely well for a kid his size.
Can play on the interior or come off the edge; 2nd team all league DL

Bryson Breeze 5-11 185 Strong Safety Lake Oswego

The CO- TRL Defensive Player of the Year;
Unreal season leading the state in sacks, while chalking up 9 in two games
Brother of current Ducks Safety Brady Breeze, the state's top recruit in 2015; Cousin of 4* WR Chase Cota

Micah Pugh 6-3 190 TE/WR/OLB West Salem HS

One of the fastest rising recruits in the state. 1st team all league LB, 2nd team TE
Can play multiple spots on the field. Possesses legit D1 size and ability

Brian Espinoza 6-6 245 T Clackamas HS

Breakout performance at the NW Best Winter Showcase.
Big 6-6 frame and outstanding 2017 season make him a very appealing recruit heading into the off season

Simon Thompson 6-3 210 QB West Salem

OFFERS: Utah St, E.Washington
Legit dual threat QB with size. All conference DB as a Sophomore
Look for him to lead the Titans next season with a host of top athletes returning (Gould, Hurlburt)


Dawson Jolley 5-10 165 RB West Linn

1st team all league RB that could end up one of the best to ever come out of West Linn
Averaging 11.8 ypc with 7 Tds through 12 games, splitting time with Sr's Ahmir Mcgee and Tyler Good
One of the region's top RB's for the 2019 class. 4 year Varsity kid.

Zack Mandera 6-1 215 LB Roseburg

2x all conference LB, 1st team all SWC in 2017
Talented overall athlete (2x All conference Pitcher) with size, that can also run
New head coach Dave Heuberger has done a great job putting Mandera in a position to lead a young team

Henry Bledsoe 6-3 180 QB Summit HS

Son of former NFL great Drew Bledsoe.
Brother John, a WSU commit, helped Summit to its first state title in 2015
Henry brings a unique set of talents to the position learning from one of the best

Nick Ostmo 6-1 200 RB/LB Lincoln

1st team all league RB who went for 1000+ yards and double digit TDs on the year
Another individual with outstanding genes. Brother of standout football/baseball athlete Nolan Ostmo, who led the state in INT's. a few years back
Big fast kid that can run around you or over you

Kimani Quade 5-8 160 CB Sheldon

2x all conference DB and one of the most dangerous return men on the west coast
Breakout Sophomore season, finishing 2nd in the nation among 2019's with (11) INT's.
Great kid. Size will be the only question when referencing level of play

Will Scadden 6-3 175 WR Lakeridge

2nd team all league WR in the brutally tough TRL
Averaged 16.2 ypc with 7 TDs in 6 games
Started as a Sophomore and should be one of the top WR's in the state for the 2019 class

Jobadiah Malary Barlow 5-9 200 RB/DB Barlow

Another huge year for Malary; Mt Hood POY favorite
Among the state leaders in multiple statistical categories; 1255 Yds, 178 carries, 17 TDs
Straight away speed is the question if we are talking D1 ball

Stanley Green 5-10 165 CB West Salem

Originally from Alabama, 1st team all league CB
Equally dangerous on both sides of the football.
Breakout season projecting as one of the top corners in the NW

Eli Ntsasa 6-1 205 OLB West Linn

One of Oregon's breakout performers this season
Statistically at the top of the charts in the TRL. 60+ tackles, 7 tfl, 1.5 sacks, 3 pass break ups in 12 games
Brother of Qawi Ntsasa, the D1 projected human highlight reel.

Blake Sims 5-11 175 RB Southridge

2x All Conference athlete RB/SS
He is a burner with legit D1 quicks and could play a high level of collegiate ball with continued progression

Bryan Bafaro 6-0 202 FB Liberty

1st team all league FB, athletic enough to be the go to guy out of the tailback spot
Brother of former Oregon Duck LB Commit, baseball standout Brett Bafaro

Marcus Harris 5-10 165 ATH Grant

State leader in INT's with 9. 1st team all league DB/ 2nd team WR
One of Oregon's fastest rising Junior's
Football family, son of former Grant great head coach Diallo Lewis

Corbin Anderson 6-2 220 DE/OLB Lebanon

2x 1st team all league DE, could end up as an OLB at the next level
Helped the Warriors to the 2016 5A state title.
The question for Anderson becomes what position does he play at the next level