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Austin Johnson Of Kalama a Rising Talent

A nice interview with Kalama’s Austin Johnson. He is really looking great and at 185 pounds is on his way as a student athlete. He has a 3.75 GPA.

Austin Johnson Of Kalama a Rising Talent

A nice interview with Kalama's Austin Johnson.  He is really looking great and at 185 pounds is on his way as a student athlete.  He has a 3.75 GPA.

 

I am the Founder of the Northwest Prep Report. For 17 years I have led the way to the best of my ability to promote the best talent from the Pacific NW free of charge. It is my pleasure to continue to serve High School athletes from all over the Pacific NW and beyond. Formerly with Rivals.com my sites have now crossed over 8,000 stories, 7 MILLION Video Views, and 15,000 regular followers. Together with the best football people in the USA we pursue excellence for our NW athletes.

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  1. Bill White

    March 11, 2012 at 11:50 am

    Dirk, I follow your site for more than one reason now since Austin Johnson is my grandson and I got him interested in track and field at the age of 5 due to the fact that I was the head track coach at Kalama for quite a few years. You have a great site and are doing some absolutely great things for many athletes that might go unknown or undiscovered and colleges are going to benefit from what you do. Keep up the great work, it is being watched by more and more each day and my family and I are happy to spread the word. Thanks again, Bill White, Kalama 

    • Dirk Knudsen

      March 11, 2012 at 12:14 pm

      Thanks Bill. I am honored to have you say so.

      What I see is the best in these kids and yet the people with the worst intentions (Money Over All) are coming at they and their families. This is why I can not be paid for anything I do beyond the small stipend rivals pays me to cover the North West. I am a coaches son and he taught me right. So I am trying to make a difference. It is irrelevant to me if anyone notices but nice when they do!

      Thanks again Bill

      Dirk

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