Posted On: 12/3/21 8:58 AM

Saturday’s 6A State Title game projects to be one of the more competitive contests in some time. Looking at the game I went to a trusted source in former All State and Collegiate WR Ryan Potter. Referenced below are his thoughts and why he gives Tualatin the edge. I will counter and elaborate as well. Have a look ..

 

POTTER: Here are the advantages that I see for Tualatin

1.Height at the second level. Tualatin DBs go 6-2, 6-1, 6-4, 6-0. A lot of Cru Newman Cru Newman 5'11" | QB Central Catholic | 2024 State OR ’s passes are 50/50 balls to King and Williams. That doesn’t work against Tualatin because they have the height to defend it.
2.Height in the receiver core. Tualatin can line up WR’s/TE’s that go 6-2, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4. Outside of King, CC doesn’t have the height or size in the secondary to defend that.
3.Senior leadership. The team is very senior heavy.
4.X Factor- Jack Wagner Jack Wagner 6'4" | QB Tualatin | 2023 State OR . Wagner is as fast as Malik Ross Malik Ross 6'0" | ATH Tualatin | 2022 State OR and with them both on the field at the same time it is very difficult to key on Malik.

SUMMARY- In order to win Tualatin needs to keep Cru Newman Cru Newman 5'11" | QB Central Catholic | 2024 State OR

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