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Is the state trending up or down?

Is the state trending up or down?

Last week, the initial Scout 300 list for the class of 2015, which provides an overview of the top high school football recruits in the nation, was released. Even though there is no shortage in talent, the state of Oregon was unable to place a single athlete on the list.

While Oregon is not a football hotbed, compared to the likes of Georgia or Texas, the state has produced some quality talent over the past decade, leaving some to wonder if 2015 will be a down year. Washington was able to place six athletes on list and even Idaho was able to put an athlete on it. Despite Oregon being able to put together solid classes in the past few seasons (including a top-heavy...

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