Class of 2011 Arizona Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Brandon Huffman
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Christian WestermanChandler (Az.) HamiltonTexas
OG | 6-5/295
College ready right now
2. Brett HundleyChandler (Az.)  
QB | 6-4/217
Dual-threat QB holds nearly 25 offers
3. Andre YruretagoyenaScottsdale (Az.) ChaparralOregon
OT | 6-4/265
Long, lean and nasty.
4. Cyrus HobbiScottsdale (Az.) Saguaro 
OG | 6-3/285
Under Armour All American
5. Todd Peat Jr.Tempe (Az.) Corona del Sol 
DT | 6-3/270
Will play in US Army All America game
6. Kelvin FisherGilbert (Az.) Higley 
S | 6-0/180
Could play four positions in college
7. Ka'Deem CareyTucson (Az.) Canyon del OroArizona 
RB | 5-11/190
Might be best back in state history
8. Tyler JohnstoneChandler (Az.) HamiltonOregon
OT | 6-6/260
His progression from week 1 to week 10 was tremendous
9. Ryan NowickiGlendale (Az.) Cactus 
OT | 6-5/280
Big and physical player that runs extremely well
10. Brock HamanScottsdale (Az.) Saguaro 
TE | 6-3/230
Versatile player could play four spots in college
11. Mo LatuGilbert (Az.) Perry 
DT | 6-3/306
Offers on both sides of the ball. Latu is a physical specimen
12. Isreal MarshallPhoenix (Az.) Mountain Pointe 
S | 6-2/200
Long and rangy, has offers as a MLB, OLB and S
13. Jordan MorganLakeside (Az.) Blue RidgeCal
S | 6-0/187
State's small school player of the year as a JR.
14. Reggie GilbertLaveen (Az.) Betty FairfaxArizona
DE | 6-3/230
Still raw and learning the game, his best football is in front of him.
15. Jacob ArzoumanTucson (Az.) SalpointeArizona 
OT | 6-5/280
Next up in school's tradition of quality offensive linemen
16. Aulelio OlomuaTeec Nos Pos (Az.) Red Mesa  
DE | 6-5/235
Dominated small school ball in AZ to the tune of 23 sacks.
17. Sam KampMesa (Az.) Mountain ViewOregon 
DE | 6-4/225
Will miss senior year with an injury
18. Vi TeofiloPhoenix (Az.) Moon Valley 
OG | 6-3/280
State champ heavy weight wrestler.
19. Justin AddieMesa (Az.) SkylineOregon State
OG | 6-3/285
Big and athletic, you should see him play basketball.
20. Jebron HarringtonPeoria (Az.) CentennialSan Diego St 
OLB | 5-11/205
Great looking player that could be the face of SDSU's defense for years.
21. Sam PapaMesa (Az.) Desert Ridge 
OLB | 6-4/220
Another versatile player that could be a TE or LB in college.
22. Gary RossPeoria (Az.) Centennial 
WR | 5-11/175
Dangerous return man
23. Jake AbbottPeoria (Az.) Centennial 
C | 6-3/270
Athletic and bright player
24. Cedric ParkerChandler (Az.) Hamilton 
CB | 6-0/180
Could play S or CB
25. Peter IgrasScottsdale (Az.) Notre Dame Prep 
DE | 6-3/235
Could grow into a DT
26. Matt JonesScottsdale (Az.) Horizon  
RB | 5-10/200
Tough between the tackles with enough speed to get to the edge.
27. Gary ChambersGlendale (Az.) Ironwood 
WR | 6-3/195
Big target that makes a great redzone threat.
28. R.J. RickertGilbert (Az.) Mesquite 
TE | 6-3/220
Lines up in the slot or as an h-back
29. Jon LindemannScottsdale (Az.) Saguaro 
S | 6-3/200
Raw player that wasn't a full-time starter til midway through JR year.
30. Tyler BergstenPhoenix (Az.) Greenway 
TE | 6-4/220
Throw-back TE
31. Brendan PinedaTolleson (Az.) 
TE | 6-3/224
Explosive. 63 foot shotputter
32. Kyle CombsScottsdale (Az.) Chaparral 
MLB | 6-1/225
Realy gets after it in the run game.
33. Tony VaitafaMesa (Az.)  
OLB | 6-2/190
Intense player that has yet to be offered.
34. JeRyan ButlerTempe (Az.) Marcos de Niza  
CB | 5-9/170
Missed JR with injury
35. Danell MilesGoodyear (Az.) Desert Edge 
S | 6-1/195
Could be school's first D1 player
Last updated: 8/18/10