Chris Barrett, a 6-5, 250 pound athlete from Tustin (Calif.) has committed to USC. Barrett told us…
Post Season Rankings: The Offensive Linemen
When we had Radovich as our top OL in the pre-season, he actually called us to say he wasn't sure he deserved that. After seeing him play this past season, he definitely lived up to the hype and then some. He always had the physical ability but added a serious mean streak to the mix this season.Baker is probably the most ready of this group to step in and play right away in college. His size and strength will allow him to compete early in college and it's very difficult to imagine Baker not earning All-American honors someday.We had Brown as our top defensive tackle in the pre-season and still love his upside at that position. At the same time, due to injuries, Brown has played much more offensive line as a senior and looked very good. He has great strength and can physically man handle just about any player he goes up against. Brewer has the complete package of size and athleticism. He was the state's heavyweight wrestling champion last year and much of his quickness and aggression can be attributed to that sport. Speredon is a player we loved at the Nike Camp over the summer and he followed it up with a great senior year. He looks like a college player already and has the frame to get huge in a couple of years. Offensive Linemen:Pre-season ranking is in parentheses.1. (1) Drew Radovich 6-4, 270 Mission Viejo CA- USCLived up to the hype and then some, great senior year.2. (2) Sam Baker 6-5, 275 Tustin CAA prototype guard prospect and could be the best of the group.3. (DT) Kevin Brown 6-2, 290 Long Beach Poly, Long Beach CAHad over 100 pancake blocks this past season.4. (3) Mikal Brewer 6-4, 275 Centennial, Peoria AZ- StanfordHas All-American potential and huge upside.5. (4) Jason Speredon 6-5, 265 Granger, West Valley City UTHas all the tools to play on Sunday's.6. (5) Mike Pollak 6-4, 275 Corona del Sol, Tempe AZA mauler who man handles opposing players at the H.S level.7. (6) Roy Scheuning 6-4, 290 Pendleton OR- Oregon StShould be at least a two time All-Pac 10 player, he's that good.8. (14) Ryan Kalil 6-3, 255 Servite, Anaheim CA- USCGreat year at tackle, will play center in college.9. (NR) Bobby Byrd 6-6, 290 Oceanside CA- Wash. StWas dominant in every game he played in this season.10. (13) Hercules Satele 6-2, 245 Long Beach Poly, Long Beach CAGreat looking center prospect, very strong and tough.The Next 15:11. (8) Dallas Reynolds 6-4, 305 Timpview, Provo UT12. (9) Russell Foster 6-7, 290 Bonita Vista, Chula Vista CA- Wash. St13. (11) Travis Draper 6-4.5, 255 Paso Robles CA- USC14. (15) Kyle Gunther 6-4, 268 Camarillo CA15. (7) P.J Irvin 6-5, 285 Agoura, Agoura Hills CA- UCLA16. (10) Matt Reese 6-7, 330 Centennial, Bakersfield CA17. (NR) Kyle DeVan 6-1, 255 Vacaville CA- Oregon St18. (NR) Nikola Dragovic 6-3, 270 Rancho Buena Vista, Vista CA- UCLA19. (NR) Preston Clover 6-5, 260 Laguna Hills CA 20. (NR) Cliff Standford 6-4, 275 Jefferson, Los Angeles CA21. (NR) Josh Tschirgi 6-4, 280 Skyview, Vancouver WA- Oregon22. (18) Charles Owens 6-2, 265 Long Beach Poly, Long Beach CA23. (NR) Whitfield Usher 6-3, 315 Jefferson, Los Angeles CA24. (20) Chad Macklin 6-8, 265 Golden West, Visalia CA25. (19) Robert Gustavis 6-3, 270 North Torrance, Torrance CAOthers To Watch:Adonal Airington 6-8, 340 Clackamas, Milwaukee ORSeth Baker 6-4, 300 Cactus, Glendale AZ Eric Bergland 6-6, 275 Beaverton ORAleks Blagojevich 6-2, 300 Serra, Gardena CARoderick Bolden 6-4, 302 De Anza, Richmond CAJacob Bouge 6-4, 260 Unversity, Spokane WAAdam Cimina 6-7, 344 Acalanes, Lafayette CAIsley Filiaga 5-11, 280 Timpview, Provo UTJuan Garcia 6-3, 275 Eisenhower, Yakima WARobbie Garibay 6-6, 310 Foothill, Palo Cedro CAAaron Gilbert 6-3, 330 Jackson, Federal Way WABrandon Glover 6-4, 325 Pinole Valley, Pinole CAAlex Gottleib 6-4, 275 Valencia CADrew Hansen 6-8, 278 Southridge, Kennewick WAMatt Hines 6-0, 295 Beyer, Modesto CAMichael Kautz 6-5, 290 Dixon CAViliamu Kuaea 6-4, 300 Lakes, Lakewood WAZaul Lepe 5-11, 330 Serra, Gardena CAKevin Myers 6-5, 337 Manual Arts, Los Angeles CARobert Oberst 6-5, 295 Aptos CAEarl Pantley 6-5, 325 Torrey Pines, Encinitas CAEddie Pantley 6-5, 325 Torrey Pines, Encinitas CAChris Piligian 6-6, 255 Hart, Newhall CAAndrew Reinen 6-2, 263 South Salem, Salem ORCesar Rodriguez 6-6, 225 Bishop Amat, La Puente CAMike Rodriguez 6-3, 250 Oak Grove, San Jose CAEric Sandie 6-1, 241 De La Salle, Concord CANicolas Silva 6-2, 304 St. John Bosco, Bellflower CALouis Solis 6-5, 305 Sylmar CATom Sorensen 6-3, 270 Brighton, Salt Lake City UTDylan Storey 6-4, 260 El Modena, Orange CAPeter St. John 6-3, 270 Beaverton ORBrett Thielke 6-5, 270 Skyline, Issaquah WAJustin Tyler 6-8, 310 Ironwood AZKevin Weeks 6-6, 250 Miramonte, Orinda CAR.J Willing 6-4, 290 Kamehameha, Honolulu HINate Wimber 6-1, 285 Mission Viejo CA Editors Note:Players are ranked based on a combination of college potential, on the field performance and camp evaluations. How many scholarship offers a player has or where he has committed has NOTHING to do with where a player is ranked.
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