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Oregon's Top 50 (2021 Class)

Nate Rawlins-Kibonge 6-7 255 DE Jefferson

OFFERS: Oklahoma, Miami, Nebraska, Cal, Arizona St, Oregon St, Colorado, Wash St, Indiana
Unreal overall talent with size. Racked up 1st team All PIL honors. Committed to Washington St in hoops. Ridiculous upside as he is still raw. You can't teach 6-7 and very athletic. Could hold offers from everyone before he is done.

Keith Brown 6-1 230 LB Lebanon

COMMITTED: Oregon
Currently ranked the #1 ILB in the country. Helped himself immensely on the camp circuit. Should absolutely dominate 5A football in Oregon. It will be an interesting transition once in the spotlight for the Ducks.

Damir Collins 5-9 190 RB Jefferson

OFFERS: Oregon, Ariz St, Cal, Colorado, Wash St, Oregon St, Boise St, Maryland, Utah St, Nevada
One of the fastest rising athletes in America for the 2021 class. Went for 2,453 yards and 30 TDs, averaging 10+ ypc, racking up PIL Offensive POY honors. Covering the last two seasons he has accounted for 4500 rushing and receiving yards and 46 TDs. Statistically Damir could rank as one of Oregon's all time greats when all is said and done.

Patrick Hisatake 6-5 235 OLB Clackamas

OFFERS: Arizona St, Maryland, Nevada
Hisatake has a stock that is rising quickly. His combination of size and speed are rare. This off season will be telling as his versatility makes him a double digit D1 offer type kid.

Carson Cota 6-5 240 TE/DE South Medford

OFFERS: Oregon, UCLA
Cota can play at the highest level on either side of the ball. As most know he is the brother of UCLA WR Chase Cota and son of 8 year NFL Vet Chad Cota. Earned 2nd team all conference honors in 2019 after an outstanding off season.

Mitchell Duea 6-6 235 DE West Linn

Mitchell could end up being one of the most recruited kids in the state. He is a D1 kid on either side of the football. Accounted for 32 total tackles, 3 sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss and 7 hurries on the year. Also caught 9 passes for 4 TDs offensively. Will abuse defenders if you try and cover him 1 on 1. That said as I like him on the defensive side.

Trent Walker 6-3 190 WR/DB Beaverton

OFFERS: Air Force
One of the top players in Oregon and what will be a nationally ranked recruit. Racked up 1st team All Metro honors on both sides of the football, accounting for 1600 all purpose yards (1,010 receiving 13 Tds). Added 59 total tackles defensively with 2 INTs, 3 forced fumbles and another defensive TD. Three sport athlete, unquestioned D1 kid.

Drew Carter 6-3 185 QB Tigard

OFFERS: Nevada
True dual threat kid. 3* national recruit, also projecting at the D1 level on the basketball floor. Earned 1st team all league honors at QB. The only underclassmen selected to the All state team at quarterback. Carter currently sits on the D1 bubble with multiple Mid Majors and PAC 12 schools. Expect to hear a lot about him over the off season.

Charlie Pickard 6-5 260 T Jesuit

One of the NW's only lineman to earn 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football at the state's highest classification level. His overall versatility makes him a very appealing recruit. What will be a multi offer D1 kid.

Shane Schwake 6-8 275 T Sheldon

Schwake has the potential of being the state's top recruit at the position. He possesses unique coordination for a kid 6-8, showing off his overall versatility on the defensive side of the ball. Earned 2nd team All SWC honors in 2019.

Anthony Pugh 6-4 225 DE West Salem

Pugh was injured most of his Junior year but broke out as a Sophomore earning 1st team all conference honors. Overall he is one of the top players in the state. Possesses legit size and genes, with his brother Micah playing LB at Air Force. Academic standout 4.0 GPA

Holden Whipple 6-5 285 T West Salem

Whipple is an intriguing prospect with size. His ability on the basketball floor only adds to his arsenal of talents. With continued progression and added size, he could play multiple spots on the line, at the highest level collegiately.

Jason Davis 6-2 210 LB Jefferson

OFFERS: Arizona St
Statistically he went off in 2019 earning 1st team all league honors. His 137 total tackles, 18 tackles for loss, and 4 sacks helped him grab his first D1 offer. With continued focus and progression he could be one of the best in the West.

Carter Neuman 6-5 225 DE Sheldon

Neuman had a monster Junior season. With continued progression he should be considered one of the top defenders in Oregon. Earned 1st team all conference honors this past season at DE making 25 total tackles with 7 tackles for loss. Also caught 27 passes for 314 yards and 4 TDs, helping to show off his overall athleticism.

Keenan O'Donnell 6-5 315 DT Thurston

1st team all league, 2nd team all state 5A selection. Two time state champion. Multi sport athlete. Requires a consistent double team if you don't want him to disrupt the entire game. Kid is a winner

Liam Brown 6-5 280 DL/T Sunset

Not sure if he is going to be an offensive or defensive guy, but he does come from a talented family with D1 genes and size. Earned 3rd team All Metro honors defensively. This off season will determine a lot from a recruitment standpoint.

Henry Buckles 6-3 280 C Hood River

OFFERS: San Jose St
One of the fastest rising prospects in the region. Would have to be a center if we are talking D1 ball due to size. Named the offensive lineman of the year within his conference. Also a nationally ranked track athlete as a thrower.

Zach Holmes 6-3 270 G West Linn

Former Head coach Chris Miller calls Holmes a D1 kid. Fundamentally he is as good as any lineman in the state. He was hurt most of the 2019 season. Earned honorable mention All TRL accolades. West Linn will be a state title favorite.

Nate Denney 5-10 195 RB/SS Bend

Denney is a special athlete. He could be the exception to the rule if we are talking D1 ball. One of the most versatile athletes in the NW. Earned Mountain Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors rushing for 2,275 yards and 26 TDs. Also excelled on D making 70 tackles with 2 INTs. 4.0 student who could be an Ivy League type kid.

Jake Hannah 6-4 300 T North Bend

One of the more intriguing lineman state wide. Possesses great size and overall versatility earning 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football.

Bryan Cuthbertson 6-1 240 LB Sherwood

The Pacific Conference Defensive POY. Just an absolute monster. Would not want to be the opposing RB. One of the more exciting LB's we've seen in some time. Plays with a junkyard dog type mentality. State leader in multiple statistical categories 158 total tackles (74 Solo).

Andrew Simpson 6-1 165 CB Mountainside

One of the most versatile kids in the entire NW. Can play on either side of the ball. My #1 ranked DB in the state of Oregon due to his instincts and overall athleticism. Had an MVP type post season, beating the #1 ranked team in the state in Tigard, while helping the new school to a state quarterfinal appearance.

Gavin Haines 6-1 195 RB/WLB West Linn

Haines could play on either side of the ball collegiately. He went off this past season rushing for 2,019 yards and accounting for 24 total TDs. His size and overall versatility make him an appealing recruit at the next level. Gavin was named 1st team All TRL

Dyami Rios 6-2 210 LB McNary

Dyami has legit film. Earned 2nd team all league honors at LB (should have been 1st). 1st team on offense. Always playing at full speed, while showing off impressive anticipation. 98 total tackles, 8 tackles for loss, and 4 sacks on the year.

Blake DeBisschop 6-3 175 QB West Linn

Remember this name. West Linn will be ranked the #1 team in the state heading into 2020. Played behind Ethan Coleman who was a state leader in multiple statistical categories. DeBisschop has D1 genes and could be Oregon's breakout player of the year next season. Has an absolute whip and looked great during the playoffs.