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Double Dip- Oregon and Washington Prospects Make Gains

Double Dip- Oregon and Washington Prospects Make Gains

Just a quick hitter tonight on a Friday.  Many of you are practicing with your teams and getting back to work!  Awesome to heat from so many of you.  And look here fellas the college coaches are out in force.  This is there time the next 30 days or so to get out and recruits and see  you guys do your thing.  So be aware!

There Are Always Eyes On You..Someone Is Always Watching You!

There are two guys who had offers coming into the week who gained +1 More this Week!  One from Oregon and one from Washington and they are two of our Favorite athletes.

AJ Hotchkins Tigard High School

6’0″ 225 lbs of power is AJ Hotchkins from Tigard HS. Many feel he is the premier FB on the West Coast or at least one of them. The kid is a specimen and hard worker.


First off was AJ Hotchkins.  The massive Full Back and Linebacker had just landed PSU and was already sitting on a nice offer from Idaho.  When we saw him at the PSU spring scrimmage it was clear he has added size and physicality.  We were the first Network to bring you the story of this young man about a year ago and boy he has not disappointed anyone.

Here is a link to his story earlier this year.

AJ has a host of schools close on him and we really see no reason why he does not end up in the Pac 12.  Almost 2000 people have watched his Video at HUDL which is quite extraordinary.  There is a reason for that.  Watch it and you will see one of the most impressive films in the USA for any recruit in the 2014 Class.

There will be more offers and the Montana Grizzlies are smart to move on him here.


Jarius McDade quietly caught our eye a year ago at the Nike Camp.  We loved him and once again were first to cover him.  He landed his second offer this week!

Jarius McDade quietly caught our eye a year ago at the Nike Camp. We loved him and once again were first to cover him. He landed his second offer this week!

Another amazing athlete is 6’2″- 300 lb DT / Nose Jarius McDade from O’Dea High School in Seattle, Washington.  The quick and athletic powerhouse had a good Junior season and showed amazing speed going big time on the defensive front.  A “low leverage” guy with a huge heart is how we see him.  Off the field an amazing student and classmate for the kids at community at O’Dea.

On the field your getting a non-stop work horse who is capable of demanding a double team all night long.  That folks open opportunities for others.  Pretty amazing to watch this big guy move.

Again like Hotchkins he had the Vandals offer in hand.  He added to that with a nice Big Sky offer from Northern Arizona.  He is another NW athlete in the 2014 football class that can do it all and could move up to the PAC 12 level.  Finding the right fit is the key for him just like AJ and all the other kids!

Catch his Film right here!


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