Northwest Scout Report
Luke Proulx –Running Back– Bothell (WA) - 2011
Final Score: Bothell 42, Union 21

Scout's Take: Proulx is a very talented high school running back. He has been one of the most productive backs in the state over his career. He run harder than you would ever expect based on his size, Proulx has the ability to run around defenders, but almost seems to prefer running over them. I don't know if he has the size and speed to play at the next level, but he is definitely one of the best backs in the state right now.

Recruiting: Interest from NW area schools.
Northwest Scout Report
Brandon Brody-Heim –Running back – union (WA) - 2012
Final Score: Bothell 42, Union 21

Scout's Take: Brody-Heim was impressive in the loss to Bothell. He is a tough runner that picks up extra yards by keeping his legs churning until he is brought to the ground. Only a junior, Brody-Heim is worth keeping an eye on. He would most likely move to fullback at the next level as his top end speed isn't quite what you look for in a tailback. However, he already weighs in at almost 200lbs and would have no problem putting more weight on his frame.

Recruiting:  Interest from NW area schools.


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Scout.com's Northwest Recruiting Analyst Jake Worthen heads out on the road to break down talent from this weekend's games...
Northwest Scout Report
Scout.com's Northwest Recruiting Analyst Jake Worthen break down talent from this weekend's games...
Northwest Recruiting Analyst
Trent Sewell
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Nov 10, 2010

Northwest Scout Report

Scout.com's Northwest Recruiting Analyst Jake Worthen heads out on the road to break down talent from this weekend's games...

Trent Sewell –wide receiver– Bothell (WA) - 2012
Final Score: Bothell 42, Union 21

Scout's Take: Sewell put on a show in the Cougar's first playoff game. He scored the first two touchdowns of the game and seemed to make a big play every time Bothell needed it. Sewell has ideal size for a wide receiver and uses his height to haul in balls over smaller defenders. He has the speed to get behind the defense and does with regularity. The one area of of his game he can improve on is his consistency. In the two games that I have seen him, he has had a drop that seemed like a ball he should have caught.  

Recruiting: Offers from Washington State and UCLA. Interest from other Pac-10 schools.
Northwest Scout Report
 Braden Foley –quarterback – Bothell (WA) - 2011
Final Score: Bothell 42, Union 21

Scout's Take: Foley has been impressive both times I have been out to see the Cougars. He has a great handle on the game and seems to stay calm in any situation. His ability to fit throws into tight spaces and avoid making big mistakes separated the two teams this past weekend. Foley is by no means a dual threat quarterback, but has the ability to move well within the pocket and escape pressure. Foley is still waiting for his first offer, I could see him drawing interest from FCS level schools and interest from NW area programs.

Recruiting: Interest from Northwest area schools.
Northwest Scout Report
Luke Proulx –Running Back– Bothell (WA) - 2011
Final Score: Bothell 42, Union 21

Scout's Take: Proulx is a very talented high school running back. He has been one of the most productive backs in the state over his career. He run harder than you would ever expect based on his size, Proulx has the ability to run around defenders, but almost seems to prefer running over them. I don't know if he has the size and speed to play at the next level, but he is definitely one of the best backs in the state right now.

Recruiting: Interest from NW area schools.
Northwest Scout Report
Brandon Brody-Heim –Running back – union (WA) - 2012
Final Score: Bothell 42, Union 21

Scout's Take: Brody-Heim was impressive in the loss to Bothell. He is a tough runner that picks up extra yards by keeping his legs churning until he is brought to the ground. Only a junior, Brody-Heim is worth keeping an eye on. He would most likely move to fullback at the next level as his top end speed isn't quite what you look for in a tailback. However, he already weighs in at almost 200lbs and would have no problem putting more weight on his frame.

Recruiting:  Interest from NW area schools.