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More NWPR Updates On Offers And Commits

More NWPR Updates On Offers And Commits

In part two of our update, we are bringing more updates on 14 of the very best athletes from all over the Pacific NW who have landed new offers, made verbal commits, or released some news.  In Part 1 this week we covered 10 athletes and they all gained some extra coverage and eyeballs.  The great thing about the December early signing period which started last month is that most of the big names are off the board.  This has for the first time ever put the focus on the much larger group of talented Seniors who often have to wait for the colleges and universities to get the letters from their top tier recruits on National Letter of Intent Day.  That does not seem to be the case this year.  We love this development!  Below you will find a wide variety of names from all over the NW.  Some have their first offer, others have made a verbal commitment.  Here are tonight’s updates:

Malakai Salu- Central Catholic (OR) – Navy official visit was just completed and he just walked off the field in Hawaii at the Polynesian Bowl.  This young man is one of the best LB in the West!

David Sotelo – Snoqualimie (WA) – Committed to Western Oregon.  Congrats David!  The Wolves are making some moves.

Spencer Thompson- Eastlake (WA) –  Spencer is big,  talented, and tough as nails. Look for this kid to be right in the middle of the National Championship aspirations.

Qawi Ntsasa – West Linn (OR) – Committed to Air Force Academy.  West Linn Coach Chris Miller has long said Qawi would rise to this level.  This is a blue chip kid folks and he is headed to a blue chip program.  Congrats Qawi.

Tank Brewster – Mt Si High School – Has a number of offers and options developing.  He is one of many NW Recruits looking at Preferred Walk On options and some good scholarships too.

Korbin Williams – Central Catholic (OR) He gained some nice options including a PWO from Portland State and a nice offer from WOU!

Isaiah Abdul- Camas HS (WA) Landed an offer from SFU. The DB/RB showed some super nice skills and looked terrific for the Papermakers this past year!

Dayshawn Neal- Hermiston High School (OR)- The amazing athlete and State Champ finally broke through with an offer. The question we have is why are the in-state schools not offering this kid? All he does is win!! Congrats Dayshawn.

Darius Martin Junior- Clackamas HS (OR) – CB/OLB – Siskiyous JC.  Let us give a major plug here for Siskyou’s JC in Weed CA.  They have a package for Oregon athletes that allows a recruit to play in California and pay not more than $10,200 for Tuition and Housing and that amount is reduced by FAFSA -Pell Grant Money.  Better yet the JC route allows aspiring athletes the ability to move on after 1 or 2 years depending on their grades.  This route is a solid one for tryly talented athletes.  JC Football is not for those who are not a great fit at D1 or D2.

Blessed to receive my first offer from the College of Siskiyous #GoEagles

Isaiah Lewis – Monroe (WA) –  CWU offer.  This guy is one of the finest athletes in the Pacific NW and another great kid who may end up at CWU.

Tao McClinton- Sammamish High School –  Terrific talent and one that could have stayed in State!

Josh Jerome – Monroe (WA) – Committed to EWU – The Mauler from Monroe we call him.  Josh is so powerful and such a talent.  This guy is going to wreak havoc in the  Big Sky. What a great fit!  Way to Go Josh!

Isaiah Cole- Monroe – Whitford has offered him.  Talk about a hard-working kid who is all about the Team.  He is very talented and we expect this young man to be a great influence where he goes.

Jaden Sheffey – Woodinville (WA) – All he did was win, put on an offensive showcase every Friday, and come within a few points of a State Title with his boys.  He is a duel threat guy and if Linfield lands him it will be a bountiful harvest no doubt! Way to go Sheff!


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