Monday, June 20, 2011

2011 Incoming 'Cats: Wide Receivers

Welcome to our 1st in a series of posts where we preview our Linfield incoming class of 2011 recruits.  Linfield has released two posts detailing our incoming group of 36 'Cats and the ADvantage will be posting up their HS/JC highlight clips group-by-group. 

We're starting off with our 7 incoming Wide Receivers.  All 7 WR's hail from either Oregon or Washington and there looks to be a nice blend of size and play making ability. While we only have 4 clips (WC11 is working on pull the clip of one and missing the two others), you'll see why Linfield targeted these players to add to a group of WR's that have some proven vets and a young group of WR's that the staff is excited to see mature.

**PLEASE NOTE**  Wildcat11 wants to track down every player clip (DVD or on-line) that is listed on Linfield's press release.  However,  I've been unable to track down every single player DVD.  Some didn't have a DVD on file and others I just couldn't find. If I didn't have your video posted PLEASE don't take it personal. WC11 tried his best and if you didn't have a DVD on file then I looked for a clip on-line. I never want to short change our 'Cats.

Video are in alphabetical order (Last name)
Colin Nelson, 6’6, 200, Eastlake High School - Sammamish, Wash.

Evan Peterson, 6’1, 185, Issaquah High School - Issaquah, Wash.

Jackson Ruckert, 5’8, 170, West Albany High School - Albany, Ore.

Zack Young, 5’10, 180, Lake Oswego High School - Lake Oswego, Ore.

Video Not Available:
Kyle Harris, WR, 6’0, 170, Westview High School - Portland, Ore.
Taylor Hein, WR, 5’11, 185 Canby High School - Canby Ore. (Will try to add tomorrow)
Lucas Jepson, WR, 5’10, 180, Cabrillo Junior College, Aloha, Ore.

1 comment:

Dennis Anderson '58 said...

Good-looking group and nice job putting this together, Ryan. Mahalo. I was especially impressed with how Nelson, the 6-6 kid, can go get the ball in a crowd. Peterson also showed a nose for the end zone and used blockers well. He seems fearless. All these guys are promising future Wildcats. Imua.