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  • There was 1 QB from the State of Washington in the Class of 2018 going into last week.  Jacob Sirmon of Bothell HS is not only the top rated QB in the NW but he is one of the best in the US with 30 plus offers […]

  • Again this year comes the TRENCH CAMP and boys and girls let me tell you there is no better camp in the USA for the Offensive and Defensive Line.  You think you learned from a clinic or a 3 hour camp?  Well t […]

  • Yes sir that is awesome!  What an opener that is going to be in Seattle at the UW-  can you be our analyst in the Stands and give us the break downs?  Gonna be a great one!

  • I am looking for games but I sort of already know that I want to see Ranier Beach (Seattle) and Madison (Portland) get after it in what could be one of the great border wars in many years!  Two Inner-City Schools going at it with Loaded D1 deep rosters?  Oh yes it could be epic!

    Where Are You Going To Be?

  • Having covered every single top recruit out of the Pacific NW the past 15 years I feel well qualified to give an opinion of which athletes are the best in each recruiting class.  In many cases the guys we cover […]

  • As waves of hopefuls rise up from the fields and bays and valleys of the Pacific NW we scan the landscape finding the best of the best.  This 2018 recruiting class from the Pacific NW is a real dandy, deep and […]

    • The rules have all but been thrown out the Window anymore. Having said that Gio can initiate contact anytime he wants. It is up to the coaches to decide if it is ok to contact him. He was approached at camp and the coaches have their windows down. It is the case that recruits should proceed as they see fit! It is ALWAYS a good idea to be pro-active and go to them regardless of the level of talent the kid has.

      At the NW Best Showcase there were Coaches standing around everywhere and I told the guys around me to get busy “pressing the flesh”.

      The NCAA Periods for Quiet and Dead Periods are here.

      “One of the hardest parts of the recruiting process for families is truly understanding when coaches are actively recruiting your student-athlete. While some coaches have players on their radar as early as eighth grade, the recruiting process for Division I and Division II programs “officially” kicks off June 1 of your student-athlete’s junior year. From that moment, every move coaches make—from official visits to calling—is strictly regulated by the NCAA through recruiting calendars, which vary by sport.

      In fact, it’s a pretty tight schedule. The NCAA lays out four kinds of “recruiting periods” throughout the year that limits the type of interaction coaches can have with student-athletes: contact periods, evaluation periods, quiet periods and dead periods.”

      So I would expect Gio’s contact level to jump WAY up after September 1st this year.

      But let me say that Nathaniel Kalepo had 5 D1 offers at that Camp and he is a 10th grader. So if contact is not allowed how did those offers happen? It is a free for all right now.

      Many of the offers we hear of are now being rumored to be untrue. I don’t consider verbals too much of an offer. That is me –

      In the end the real talent plays – bigger factors like grades, health, off field issues, and more play bigger roles. Look at Jared Goldwire- he never had things work out in HS as he made some not so good moves but he has played through it and is now on a bright path for his future! Thanks for the question!

  • After a great showing at May Madness, South Salem High School (OR) 2018 recruit Alex Sanchez had nothing much to prove.  But he was waiting for an offer to drop and on Friday at the NW Best Showcase the 6’2″- 260 […]

  • Here is the completely unvarnished look at the #NWBESTSHOWCASE linemen section of the camp as we have just returned.  So many colleges were in the house- this camp was as advertised by the Lewis and Clark Staff t […]

  • We have enjoyed watching Bailey Elder develop he past two seasons over at Stadium HS in Tacoma, Wa.  This kid is coming into his 3rd year as a starting offensive lineman and his baby face is full of beard now, […]

  • Spencer Tatafu And Kaimana Wa’a Shine At Camp – Spencer Tatafu And Kaimana Wa’a Shine At CampMay Madness was a couple weeks back and we covered over 100 athletes at that camp.  Those kids and their stories will […]

  • A short post today to thank every single man and woman who has served our country in the armed services.  Imagine life without freedom.  Imagine how many would have died without these brave men and women.  No ma […]

  • He is so hot right now that the streams around Mill Creek, Washington are about ready to boil over!  Daniel Arias of Henry Jackson High School has just received his 11th offer and many fo them just came in.  We s […]

  • Hey looked solid at the May Madness we attended last weekend in Bellevue, Wa but nothing compares to seeing Josh Jerome live or on film.  This 6’2″- 275 lb mauler is one tough kid on the football field.  To be a […]

  • This is one of the very last College showcases of his sort until the NCAA sorts out the new rules!  But- if there is 1 event that you attend this Summer that is not at a College Campus this is it!

  • This is one of the very last College showcases of his sort until the NCAA sorts out the new rules!  But- if there is 1 event that you attend this Summer that is not at a College Campus this is it!

  • This is one of the very last College showcases of his sort until the NCAA sorts out the new rules!  But- if there is 1 event that you attend this Summer that is not at a College Campus this is it!

  • Editors Update:  Oregon State, Boise State, Fresno State, Eastern Washington, Hawaii, UNC, & Portland State, are all 100% confirmed to attend the NWBESTSHOWCASE- At least a Dozen more colleges are expected to […]

  • NW Wide Receiver Class For 2018 Looking Epic:  Cole Turner has always had the ability.  God knows he has the size at 6’6″ and 200 lbs.  to be a dominate Wide Receiver in the collegiate ranks.  He has done the wor […]

  • This kid is way too big and fast not to land more!

    Keishon Dawkins

    Nevada is in- others are circling!

  • Keishon Dawkins is a Bonus Recruit.  What I mean by that is that he brings an added bonus to any team recruiting him.  He is big enough to play several positions and still fast enough to compete at TE with the f […]

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