|High School:||Timberline HS '14|
HS: Graduated from Timberline HS in 2014. Named by the Seattle Times as a "White Chip" selection as one of the top 100 prospects in the state of Washington. He missed most of the 2013 season with a lacerated spleen as the Lumberjacks finished 6-4. He earned defensive back MVP honors at the 2013 Northwest Elite Football Camp in Mercer Island. He also attended the Army All American Combine in January 2013 in San Antonio, Texas. As a junior in 2012, Neil-Evergin earned honorable mention All-3A Narrows League honors as a defensive back. He helped lead Timberline to the regular season league title and a berth in the State 3A Playoffs. In the summer of 2012, he earned running back MVP honors at the Nike Football Training Camp in Eugene, Ore. Neil-Evergin was also named as the Bend (Ore.) Regional Offensive MVP for his performance in that camp going into his junior season. He competed in track and field as a sprinter and in the long jump and triple jump. He had a best mark of 11.16 seconds in the 100 meters, 21-6 1/2 in the long jump and 43-3 1/2 in the triple jump in the 2013 outdoor season. As a sophomore in 2010 he placed 10th in the triple jump at the State 3A Championships with mark of 41-5 1/2. As a senior he ran the anchor leg on his school’s 4x100 relay team which placed seventh in the State. He also represented the United States at an international track meet in Australia. He lettered four times in football and lettered in track from his eighth-grade season on. His Eagle teammate Ronnie Hamlin (’09) also attended Timberline.
Personal: Born 11/11/95 in Fairfax, Va. Will turn 19 three days after Eastern plays Montana. Full name is Asan Olajhia Neil-Evergin. His parents are Cameron and Lisa Evergin. Considering majoring in physical education. Name is pronounced “Ah-SAWN” “Neil-ever-gin.”