Preseason Arizona OL Rankings

Ranking one of the deepest classes in recent state history; 12 players hold offers, 12 more could soon.

2010 Arizona Preseason OL Rankings

1- Christian Westerman – Hamilton
2- Andre Yruretagoyena – Chaparral
3- Cyrus Hobbi – Saguaro
4- Tyler Johnstone – Hamilton
5- Ryan Nowicki – Cactus
6- Mo Latu – Perry
7- Andrus Peat (JR) – Corona del Sol
8- Justin Addie – Skyline
9- Vi Teofilo – Moon Valley
10- Jacob Arzouman – Salpointe
11- Jake Abbott – Centennial
12- Zach Hemmila (JR) – Chandler
13- Travis Seefeldt – Liberty
14- Noel Ocampo – North
15- Josh Bruns- Mohave
16- Tyler Bode – Fountain Hills
17- Brennan Bowen – Westview
18- Wilson January – Centennial
19- Jesse Caldwell – Canyon del Oro
20- John Archuleta - Hamilton

LINK TO REASONING WHY I RANKED THIS WAY

Risers: Most college coaches like players to be long, meaning they are tall, may still be lanky, but have a frame to really fill out. There are several of those players list in the top 20 but there are a few underclassmen that also fall into this category. Players like Nick Dooley from Scottsdale Christian (6-7 290) and Nick Ziegenbein (6-6 290) from Pinnacle.

Quality OLs are hard to come by. During the Spring evaluation period, most colleges want to get the most "bang for their buck" and choose to stay in the Valley so they can recruit more high schools. Some players like Brady Cabral from Lake Havasu and Zach Wengert from St. John's, don't currently have offers but will likely start getting heavy interest once some of these Valley kids start making their college commitments.

Pound for Pound Award: Zach Nolte – Westview- 6-1 235- Not real big but I liked his film. WV will likely play him at TE this year, which will be a glorified OL in their high powered run game. Plays hard and while lean now, has a good enough frame that he may get some 1AA or D2 looks as an OT.

Biggest Questions: Is this the deepest OL class in the history of Arizona? To my count there are 12 kids with offers currently and their may be another 12 that get D1 or 1AA offers.

Watch List:

Jake Abbott - Centennial- 6-3 270
Zak Abdorrahimzadeh - Mesquite- 6-2 255
Justin Addie - Skyline- 6-3 290
David Aguilar - Independence- 6-1 235
Richard Alegria - Pueblo- 6-1 245
C.J. Anderson- Corona del Sol- 6-4 275
John Archuleta – Hamilton- 6-3 275
Jacob Arzouman - Salpointe- 6-5 280
Cody Ayers - Marana Mt. View- 6-0 220
Cameron Bailey - Shadow Mountain- 6-4 240
Joey Banks - Canyon del Oro- 5-9 175
Michael Bentley - Estrella Foothills- 6-0 275
C.J. Black - Chaparral- 5-11 245
Manny Blanco - Desert Edge- 6-0 230
Tyler Bode - Fountain Hills- 6-7 275
Brennan Bowen - Westview- 6-1 280
Josh Bruns - Mohave 6-6 250
Nathan Burch - Desert Ridge- 6-0 200
Brady Cabral - Bradshaw Mountain- 6-3 280
Jesse Caldwell - Canyon del Oro- 6-4 250
Jose Charles - Buena- 5-10 255
Nic Cosenza – Hamilton- 6-1 260
Cody Crozier - Horizon- 6-3 210
Sam Crozier - Rincon- 5-11 200
Chris Curruth - Valley Christian- 5-11 220
Stacy Davis (JR) - Tolleson- 6-5 245
Alex Dickman (JR) – Chaparral- 6-4 270
Sean Dodge - Maricopa- 5-11 250
Denzel Dotson (JR) - Cactus- 6-2 280
Enrique Diaz - Ironwood Ridge- 5-10 200
Nick Dooley (JR) – Scottsdale Christian- 6-7 290
Luke Dubas – Pinnacle- 6-1 270
Anthony Eggleston - Central- 5-10 240
Kyle Eleveld - Apollo- 5-10 260
Hunter Finn – Centennial- 6-1 245
Alex Garcia - Salpointe- 6-0 230
Adrian Gonzalez - Lake Havasu- 6-6 300
Tom Griffin- North Canyon- 6-0 230
Steven Gurrola - Washington- 6-2 250
Cody Harris - Dysart- 6-0 275
Kevin Harris - Brophy- 6-2 215
Mac Harris - La Joya- 5-9 215
Zach Hemmila (JR) - Chandler- 6-3 275
Ryan Hickey - Brophy- 6-3 260
Ricky Higuera - Buckeye- 5-10 245
Cyrus Hobbi - Saguaro- 6-3 285
Tyler Holmes (JR) - Chandler- 5-11 210
McKay Howell - Mesquite- 6-2 275
William Hurst - Willow Canyon- 6-1 240
Sheldon Jacks - Blue Ridge- 6-0 235
Wilson January - Centennial- 6-5 265
Tyler Johnstone - Hamilton- 6-5 255
Dalton Kaye - Arcadia- 6-0 225
Hunter King - Buckeye- 6-2 220
Bo Kitson – St. Mary's- 6-1 265
Wes Kollar (JR) – Kellis- 6-1 250
Edward Kuhnen - Glendale- 6-2 240
John Lachapelle (JR) - Apache Junction- 6-1 250
Mo Latu - Perry- 6-2 300
Rich Little - O'Connor- 6-1 225
Adrian Lopez - Maryvale- 6-3 280
Roman Lopez - Agua Fria- 5-10 270
Sergio Martinez - Hamilton- 6-1 230
Kevin McDonald - Seton Catholic- 6-2 275
Ryan McIe – Copper Canyon- 6-2 250
Andrew Miller - Cactus Shadows- 6-1 205
Josue Miranda – Bisbee- 6-2 285
Ian Montague - Notre Dame- 6-1 290
David Morales - Trevor Browne- 6-0 250
Zach Nolte - Westview- 6-1 235
Dallas Noriega - Saguaro- 6-0 270
Ryan Nowicki - Cactus- 6-5 285
Louis Payne - Marana- 5-9 210
Andrus Peat (JR) - Corona del Sol- 6-6 285
Thane Pierce - Horizon- 6-0 230
Taylor Price (JR) - Tolleson- 6-1 220
Noel Ocampo - North- 6-6 270
Steven Oliver – Hamilton- 6-2 250
Ryan Ortega - Desert Edge- 6-0 230
Steven Rakowski - Liberty- 6-3 190
Louie Ramirez - Casa Grande- 5-10 250
Matt Rossi- Sabino- 6-2 285
Carlos Ruiz - Maricopa- 5-9 210
Austen Salazar - Paradise Valley- 6-1 270
Travis Seefeldt - Liberty- 6-2 285
Luke Siwek - Scottsdale Christian- 6-0 275
Connor Sterrett - Liberty- 6-1 205
Seth Sullivan - Perry- 5-8 205
Josh Taase - Greenway- 6-8 430
John Tanguay - Basha- 6-2 230
Taylor Theel - Rincon- 6-0 200
Vi Teofilo - Moon Valley- 6-3 295
Tanner Todd - Ironwood Ridge- 6-1 250
Andre Torres (JR) - Goldwater
Eric Valdez - Buena- 6-0 250
Jacob Vieselman- Ironwood Ridge- 6-1 260
Zach Wengert - St. John's- 6-5 245
Christian Westerman - Hamilton- 6-5 285
Nick White - Gilbert- 6-4 280
Wade Wright - Mt. Ridge- 6-1 250
Alex Yazdi - Cactus Shadows- 6-2 235
Cody Yeager – Pinnacle- 6-0 250
Dylan Yole (JR) - Marcos de Niza- 5-10 180
Jack York (JR) - Notre Dame- 6-2 190
Andre Yruretagoyena - Chaparral- 6-5 255
Nick Ziegenbein (JR) – Pinnacle- 6-6 290

Disclaimer: Remember, this is just my opinion. It is also a prospect list, not a player list. A player list might look a lot different. A lot of different factors go into making a good college prospect. This list is always changing and not set in stone. If I missed a player, I am sure I did, please email me at jason76@24-7football.com.

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