Max Browne and Thomas Tyner are both 5 Star Rivals.com athletes and ranked in the Top 10 in the Nation this year! They will lead a talented group into Bowl Season!
For most all of us the Prep Football season is over here in the Northwest. But our very best kids are moving on to play in some bowl games which will help ring in the new year. We don’t miss much as you may well know by now and will be following closely the top kids from Oregonand Washington and Hawaii in a couple of big games the first week of 2013.
First up is the Under Armour All American Game.
That Game will be played on January 4th at Tropicana Field in Florida.
Here is a schedule of events:
Monday, Dec. 31
Practice No. 1, 12-3 p.m. ET, ESPN Wide World of Sports (Orlando, Fla.) Fields 28-30
Tuesday, Jan. 1
Practice No. 2, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. ET, ESPN Wide World of Sports Fields 7-9
Wednesday, Jan. 2
Practice No. 3, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. ET, ESPN Wide World of Sports Fields 7-9
Media Day Luncheon, 1-2 p.m. ET, ESPN Wide World of Sports Stadium Mezzanine
American Family Insurance Skills Challenge, 2:30-4:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Wide World of Sports Field 7
Thursday, Jan. 3
Practice No. 4, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. ET, ESPN Wide World of Sports Fields 7-9
Under Armour All-America Game, 5 p.m. ET, Tropicana Field
For more information on the Under Armour All-America Game, updates on current and past players and news from the Selection Tour, visit us at underarmourgame.com, like us atwww.facebook.com/UnderArmourGame.
Watch the game at 5 PM EST on ESPN.
Players from Our NW Region:
Kennedy Tuimasealii– 6’1″- 300 pounds – DT – Waianae HS- Oahu, Hawaii 2 Stars
Isaac Savaiinaea- 6’3″-235 Pound Linebacker- Punahou HS- Hawaii 3 Stars
Evan Voeller- 6’4″- 295 pounds – OL-West Linn, Oregon 4 Stars
Evan Voeller is an All American and a future Oregon Duck! He has been at the top of the linemen for some time in the region and is a terrific story out of Oregon~!
Congrats to these terrific kids and best wishes to them.
Next Up the Semper Fidelis Bowl
A newer bowl game run by Junior Ranks this game hosts a ton of top talent. And the Marines are serious about bringing the best of the best into the game. This one is going to be a great one.
That game too is on January 4th and will air on the NFL Network at 6PM PST.
In this one we have the following athletes represented from our coverage area:
Tere Calloway- Seattle Prep High School Washington 5’11″- 195 Pounds RB / ATH 3 Stars
Brayden Kearsley- Aloha HS Oregon, 6’5″- 295 Pounds – OL- 4 Stars
Payton Pelluer- Skyline HS Sammamish, Wash. – 6’2″- 230 pounds Linebacker 3 Stars
Jeremy Tabuyo- Saint Loius HS- Hawaii 6’1″- 185 WR -
Calloway is undecided and has several D-1 schools to choose from. Kearsley is the hottest recruit in this Region uncommitted as his ability at the O-Line is legendary now and he has 12 majors after him. Pelluer is heading to Washington State to follow in his Dad’s footsteps and Tabuyo committed to Texas A & M a while back in a super smart move. This is a terrific bunch of guys!
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Brayden Kearsley #55 is a monster on the O line and should lead the line group up front for the West squad.
Then there is the US Army All American Game!
The grand-daddy of them all. And this one is going to be loaded with more top prep Talent from the Pacific Northwest.
The game that has seen more NFL stars get their start then any other game is in its 11th season in San Antonio. Texas and this years game should be a real doozy.
That game will be on Saturday January 5th On NBC. Check Your Program Guide for times.
The Roster will include the Top rated Kids form around the North West including:
Max Browne- Skyline High School Washington – 6’5″-200 Lbs QB- USC Commit 5 Stars
Thomas Tyner- Aloha HS Oregon 6′)’- 218 pounds- RB – Oregon Commit 5 Stars
Myles Jack– Bellevue HS Washington – 6’3″- 233 Lbs – LB/ATH/RB 4 Stars
Reeve Kohler– Saint Louis Hawaii- 6’3″ 280 Pounds – OL – 4 Stars
Scott Pagano- Moana Lua Hawaii – 6’3″- 285 Pounds – DT – 5 Stars Clemson
Browne ended the season the greatest HS QB in Washington State History and #1 out of all QB’s in the US. Tyner was the most productive RB in Oregon history with almost 3800 yards in rushing in 2012 and is a top 3 RB in the US. Both are committed.
Jack his Wolverines ended the year at #1 in the Nation and was just amazing this season. He led his team to their 5th Title in 5 years. This young man has a host of schools and as many as 25 Major offers. He has a soft verbal to UCLA but the UW Huskies are pulling him back in it seems and he has made it clear that Georgia can get him if they offer. A Southern boy who says he could go home to play very easily.
Kohler made headlines in 8th grade as a powerhouse kid with D1 Schools offering him. After Hawaii offered him in 8th grade the NCAA added some rules about verbal offers not being made to Junior High kids. It is no surprise that the gifted monster O linemen is being courted by a host of schools and could commit at the game.
Pagano is just a specimen. A terrific kid with a HUGE motor he can really play! Watch him inside the trenches in this one. The Clemson commit is ready to throw down and get this game going!
Thomas Tyner could start at the RB spot for the West!
Max Browne blew away the record books over 3 seasons in the State of Washington and should start at QB for the West!
Scott Pagano of Moanalua HS in Oahu, Hawaii will represent the State of Hawaii in the defensive trenches!
There is a look at the best kids from the Northwest and Pacific regions of the USA that are going on to play in the big High School All American Bowl games. Cheer them on everyone because every time one of them goes out and makes a statement on National TV like this more and more colleges come out here looking for kids just like them!
God Bless you all and Happy New Year!
About the AuthorDirk Knudsen
Dirk is a lifelong resident of the Pacific NW; athlete and Merit scholar. He runs camps, clinics, and has been a sports writer and analyst for nearly a decade now; mostly with Rivals.com as the editor of OregonPreps and WashingtonPreps.com. Dirk is the founder of NWPR & BrainChampions.org; a charity for injured athletes suffering from Brain Trauma / Concussion. He is a father of three and married.
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