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More Premier Football Recruits From The Big Camp

More Premier Football Recruits From The Big Camp

In part 5 of our ongoing coverage of the NW Stars Camp which was held in Kent 2 weeks ago we dig in even deeper.  To date we have provided exposure for every one of the 350 athletes who came to the camp.  Over 400 College coaches have received the roster with the campers contact info, school info, and GPA information.  Northwest Elite Index and our staff at Northwest Prep Report have produced many stories on the camp to date and we have credited 52 stand out athletes to date.

More Premier Football Recruits From The Big Camp

We continue the coverage of the camp looking even deeper at more of the talent.   Coaches and their staffs will benefit from looking closely at these athletes; all of whom we feel project well into the collegiate ranks.

Justin Sieber Kentwood HS

Justin Sieber of Kentwood HS (WA) came out to the NW 9 this past Summer and showed he was a fine QB. He followed that up with a great year and the 2018 QB can really get it done. Great arm and SMART! He moves on after next year we feel!



Austin Lane Lakewood HS

Austin Lane. Lakewood (WA) Junior is a 6’2″ pure athlete who is a fine QB recruit. Another NW 9 Finalist Lane has leadership skills and a terrific release! Greta prospect and a Blue Chip kid!



Teryn Berry Redmond

Teryn Berry of Redmond HS (WA) is a 2018 QB. This is a kid who plays in a run oriented offense but do not for a moment think that he is not a legit passing QB- Sort or a Vernon Adams / Isaac Dotson duel threat guy- he has the skill set to play all the way up! Watch his film and do your homework coaches.



Tevin Hill

Senior Tevin Hill from Wilson (WA) is lanky and has long arms and he is a brawler- he outmanned most of the top defenders and he is a legit WR and Safety. One of the best Seniors in the Camp!



Justice Powell Ferndale

Justice Powell out of Ferndale (WA) came in at Rb and Safety and impressed me so much. It is just amazing the talent that comes to these camps looking for a shot and I hope he gets it. He has an awful lot to offer.


Aj Allen Lakeside QB

AJ Allen is all of 6’6″ and the 2018 QB from Lakeside (WA) is one of the smartest QB’s in the game – also an honors student at one of the best schools in the USA. He spins it and he has great vision. This is not just a call kid who can chuck it – he is a player!


Joey Sinclair Lincoln HS

All Joey Sinclair knows what to do is win! He posted over 2800 yards last season and his abilities on defense are equally good. He has the X Factor to be a winner. He is a 2017 Grad from Lincoln (WA).


Chris Lefau Eastside Catholic

Chris Lefau of Eastside Catholic is about 225 lbs and he moves like he is a cat. He plays WR and RB and boy is he talented. There is no way a college will not benefit from having this guy!


Isaiah Owens Liberty

Isiah Owens – Liberty HS (WA) 2018 grad is a pure athlete . I am not sure how he made it to post signing day without some serious interest- he plays WR and DB and he is an excellent athlete.


Spencer Funderbunk Tumwater 2020

Spencer Funderbunk (Tumwater 2020 ) may have a unusual name but this Freshmen came in at the TE spot and ran some crisp routes and made some bug plays! He of course needs a couple of years to settle in but we like what we see a lot!




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  1. Steve Faber

    March 7, 2017 at 11:28 am

    Thanks for highlighting these talented kids. Kid of shots big holes in the \”Just play hard and they\’ll find you. \” chant some like to spout. Every year talented kids go without scholarship offers because they flat don\’t market themselves effectively.

    Athletes, you must be proactive and take responsibility for your futures. Reach out to coaches whose programs you are a good match for. Have a powerful highlight video with only your best plays and no music or other distractions. Go to the right camps. Play 7v7 if it applies to your position.

    Kill it in the classroom and community. Get achademic help to boost your GPA if you must. It\’s all about separating yourself and getting noticed, then making sure coaches love what they see.

    No social media stupidity. That will flush your scholarship chances down the crapper in a hurry. Just ask any of the dozens of high talent players who\’ve lost opportunities because of it.

    Start early. If you\’re a talented freshman or sophomore, get your ducks in a row now. Ex UW passing game coordinator and current Falcons QB coach Bush Hamdan told me one of the most important things you can do is make a list of all college programs you think you would be a good fit for. Do not neglect D2 schools, even if you think you are a solid D1 prospect. Contact the proper coaches at those programs. Do not wait until your senior year. Their rosters will be full.

    It\’s up to you, not your parents or high school coaches. It\’s your future. Grab it

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