Oregon’s 2024 rankings were just updated and released as referenced here https://www.prepredzone.com/2022/07/icymi-2024-rankings-were-posted-this-week-45/. Have a look as we breakdown #1-25 out of the Top 100. *Next Up #26-50 1. Joey Olsen Joey Olsen 6'5" | WR Lakeridge | 2024 State OR 6-5…
Oregon’s 2024 rankings were just updated and released as referenced here https://www.prepredzone.com/2022/07/icymi-2024-rankings-were-posted-this-week-45/. Have a look as we breakdown #1-25 out of the Top 100.
*Next Up #26-50
1.6-5 220 WR/TE Lakeridge (11 OFFERS: Oregon, Utah, Tennessee, Oregon St, Penn St, Wash St etc..) Currently listed as the #8 TE in America by 247. He will play split out for the Pacers and should be featured after catching 50 passes for 1,074 yards and 11 TDs the last two seasons.
2.6-4 290 OL Clackamas (9 OFFERS: Miami, Oregon, Washington, Ariz St, Oregon St, Cal etc..) Brooks earned 1st team all-conference honors as a sophomore. He was physically dominant as a youngster and can play multiple spots up front as the film speaks for itself.
3.6-4 200 ATH West Linn- Maybe the most versatile kid in Oregon and a potential double digit D1 offer athlete. Wiley earned 2nd team all TRL honors at WR, catching 23 passes for 403 yards and 3 TDs. He was maybe even more impressive on D, making 20 total tackles, with 3 tackles for loss, and 7 pass deflections.
4.6-4 220 TE North Medford (4 OFFERS: Oregon, Oregon St, Wash St, Arizona) Pugliano is listed as a 4* TE by 247. He will get a chance to back up the hype against legit SWC competition, after earning 2nd team and honorable mention all-conference honors last season.
5.6-5 310 DT Jesuit (OFFERS: UNLV) Cassidy could blow up here in the coming months, recently landing his first D1 offer. His god given size and strength put him in a special category, projecting as a 1st team all-state guy for the Crusaders.
6.6-3 225 LB West Albany- I think people are sleeping on Kachel. He was the only sophomore in Oregon to earn all-state honors on both sides of the football. He has great size and impresses after the catch, while projecting on D.
7.6-5 210 TE/WR Tualatin- As long as Fortier can stay healthy, he will prove to be one of the top prospects in the NW. He’s had an outstanding off season as I expect him to blow up this coming fall.
8.6-4 200 TE/DE West Linn- Both of the Donnerberg kids will hold a handful of division 1 offers, with brother Wiley ranking at the top of the charts. Gus is an appealing recruit as he can play on either side of the ball at the highest level.
9.6-5 235 TE Summit- Another kid who has a stock which continues to rise. Crowell has one of the highest ceilings of any player in Oregon, impressing with overall athleticism (basketball). If he’s a big time D1 guy he will have his way with 5A competition.
10.6-3 320 OL North Medford (OFFERS: San Jose St) Kim’s recent San Jose St offer was well deserved. He can play multiple spots on the offensive front, earning 1st team all-league honors as a sophomore. He will draw plenty of interest from the Pac 12s and others.
11.6-2 180 DB Tualatin- Probably the top DB in Oregon for his class. Noland is a phenomenal overall athlete and could very well end up one of the most recruited kids in the region.
12.6-5 265 T West Linn- One of the fastest rising prospects in Oregon in my opinion. Credit on the move from Grant, where he started as a freshman and earned 1st team all-league honors as a sophomore. He could very well be the X factor for a #1 ranked Lions team.
13.Timmy Mitchell Jr. 5-10 170 ATH Central Catholic- Most are aware of Mitchell after two very impressive seasons, where he won a state title, and became the youngest player ever to be named the MVP of the Les Schwab Bowl.
14.5-11 175 QB Central Catholic- I can’t say enough good things about Newman as he has proved himself as much as any player on this list. He was the Mt Hood POY as a sophomore, leading his team to the 6A state title. Size is the only question mark which he has countered nicely.
15.6-0 220 LB Lakeridge- Biondine put up one of the best stat lines in Oregon as a sophomore, playing out of position at DE. His 80 total tackles and 13.5 tackles for loss are just a glimpse of what he can do, as he could very well be one of the state’s top RB’s if given the opportunity.
16.6-5 220 DE South Medford- Staszak quietly had an outstanding sophomore campaign, making 41 total tackles, with 7 tackles for loss, and 4 sacks. His size and wingspan 6’10 speak for itself as you can expect him to be a SWC POY candidate.
17.6-1 190 ATH Sheldon- Another one of the most versatile kids in all of Oregon. He has been successful in his first two seasons at the Varsity level, catching 17 passes with 562 total yards as a freshman. Last year he excelled on D making 30 total tackles, with 7 tackles for loss, and 3 sacks.
18.Jr. 6-1 200 ATH Jesuit- An Oregon breakout player of the year candidate. He looked outstanding on D as a sophomore and has the potential of being one of the top backs in the state, teaming with 2023 standout .
19.5-10 165 CB Jesuit- Everyone knows the name as Burton proved himself last season, racking up 1st team All-Metro honors on D. He excelled on offense as well where he looked like one of the top slots in the state, grabbing 2nd team accolades.
20.6-0 195 ATH Canby- One of the leading candidates for Oregon 5A POY honors heading into the fall. He went off as a sophomore, averaging 11.5 yards per carry (1,412 yards/ 123 carries) and earning 1st team all-state honors. As good as he is on offense, he could very well play D at the next level.
21.6-1 195 QB North Salem (OFFERS: Oregon, Miami, Florida St, Louisville) TC will get his shot to prove himself in the 6A Central Valley Conference. He has skill guys all around him so opportunities should be plentiful from a statistical standpoint.
22.6-1 170 DB West Linn- Haines projects as a 1st team all-state kid on D this season. As most know he is the brother of former Oregon 6A PRZ POY Gavin Haines, now a RB at Oregon St. His upside is through the roof.
23.6-3 220 DE Oregon City- Not a lot of people know about him yet but they will. Swanson was impressive coming off the edge as a sophomore, earning 2nd team all TRL honors. The Pioneers could be the state’s surprise team.
24.6-2 210 LB West Linn (COMMITTED: Oregon St-Baseball) One of the top baseball players on the west coast for his class. The OSU commit can also play some football, where he racked up 2nd team all-league honors as a sophomore, making 55 total tackles, with 12 tackles for loss, and 4 sacks.
25.6-3 175 WR Ashland- Negra started as a freshman and had an outstanding off season on the camp circuit. The Grizzlies went winless in 2021 but have one of the best QB/WR tandems in Oregon at the 5A level ( ).