Class of 2011 California Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Brandon Huffman
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. De'Anthony ThomasLos Angeles (Calif.) CrenshawUSC
CB | 5-10/160
Could be a five-star at four different positions
2. Greg TownsendBeverly Hills (Calif.)  
DE | 6-4/240
The top pass-rusher from the Golden State
3. Viliami MoalaSacramento (Calif.) Grant 
DT | 6-3/340
A load in the middle, is top prospect in Northern California
4. George FarmerGardena (Calif.) Serra 
WR | 6-2.5/210
When he wants to be, may be the top football player in the state
5. Todd BarrLakewood (Calif.) 
DT | 6-3/265
Non-stop motor makes Barr a beast off the edge
6. Victor BlackwellSanta Ana (Calif.) Mater DeiUSC
WR | 6-2/195
One of the premier playmakers in the nation
7. Brendan BigelowFresno (Calif.) CentralWashington
RB | 5-10/180
The state's top pure running back is coming back from ACL injury
8. Antwaun WoodsWoodland Hills (Calif.) TaftUSC
DT | 6-1/310
Another player, who when he wants to, is as dominant as they come
9. Mustafa JalilSan Diego (Calif.) CathedralCalifornia
DT | 6-4/300
One of the best big-game lineman you'll find in the country
10. Stefan McClureVista (Calif.) 
CB | 5-11/175
The top cover corner in the West
11. Jason GibsonGardena (Calif.) Serra 
OLB | 6-2/210
Plays with his hand down for Serra but can play linebacker too
12. Marqise LeeGardena (Calif.) Serra 
S | 6-1/185
Two-sport star is a ball-hawking safety
13. Amir CarlisleSunnyvale (Calif.) The King's AcademyStanford
RB | 5-11.5/190
Think Jahvid Best when watching this fellow small school star
14. Cody KesslerBakersfield (Calif.) CentennialUSC
QB | 6-2/225
Strongest arm of any quarterback in California
15. George AtkinsonLivermore (Calif.) Granada 
RB | 6-2.5/198
Versatile athlete could play receiver or running back in college too
16. Junior PomeeMoreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde 
TE | 6-3/215
May have the best hands of any receiver or tight end in the West
17. Christian HeywardSan Diego (Calif.) Point Loma 
DT | 6-3.5/266
Big, athletic tackle could scoot outside and play as an end
18. Jordan RigsbeeChico (Calif.) Pleasant ValleyCalifornia
OG | 6-5/285
The top offensive lineman in the Golden State
19. Devon BlackmonFontana (Calif.) Summit 
WR | 6-1/180
Versatile playmaker has played quarterback, running back and receiver
20. Kyle BoehmSan Jose (Calif.) MittyCalifornia
QB | 6-3/210
Strong arm and built like a linebacker but great athlete
21. James SampleSacramento (Calif.) Grant 
S | 6-2/195
Hardest hitting safety in California
22. Dillon van der WalWestlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian 
TE | 6-7/235
Soft hands as a receiver, quick motor as a defender
23. Kelsey YoungNorco (Calif.)Stanford
RB | 5-10/190
Rushed for almost 1,800 yards as a backup at Toby Gerhart's alma mater
24. Davon MorelandLos Angeles (Calif.) SalesianSMU
OLB | 6-3/215
Rush end will end up as a backer when he gets to college
25. Dylan WynnConcord (Calif.) De La Salle Oregon State
DE | 6-2/235
May have the best motor of any defensive lineman in California
26. Max WittekSanta Ana (Calif.) Mater DeiUSC
QB | 6-3/205
Another polished quarterback from the Mater Dei quarterback chain
27. Troy NiklasAnaheim (Calif.) Servite 
OT | 6-5/265
Niklas' future could be as an offensive lineman
28. Ifo Ekpre-OlomuChino Hills (Calif.) 
CB | 5-10/180
Great ball skills helps him offset his size
29. Evan CrowerSan Diego (Calif.) St. AugustineStanford
QB | 6-3/180
Polished and steady, is San Diego's top quarterback
30. Antoine ArnoldTemecula (Calif.) Chaparral  
WR | 6-3/185
One of the most physically gifted players in the region
31. Aaron WallaceSan Diego (Calif.) Rancho BernardoUCLA
OLB | 6-3/215
Great bloodlines for Wallace, who's one of West's top backers
32. Brandin CooksStockton (Calif.) LincolnUCLA
WR | 5-10/165
Slot receiver is quick, has great hands and pound for pound is tough
33. Devin LucienEncino (Calif.) Crespi 
WR | 6-0/190
Another smooth route runner with excellent pass-catching ability
34. Corey WallerLong Beach (Calif.) Poly 
OLB | 6-2.5/210
Making the move from defensive end to linebacker has been seamless
35. Isaac LuatuaLa Mirada (Calif.)Alabama
OG | 6-3/298
Top interior offensive lineman in Southern California
36. Marcus MartinLos Angeles (Calif.) CrenshawUSC
OG | 6-4.5/335
The best offensive lineman in the City Section
37. Jordan PerkinsLodi (Calif.)Stanford
RB | 6-0/180
Often overlooked back has been the model of consistency
38. Blake RenaudConcord (Calif.) De La Salle Boise State
MLB | 6-2/230
Anchored the Spartans to the state title as a junior
39. Puka LopaSacramento (Calif.) Grant  
DE | 6-2/245
Overshadowed by other defensive starters, had the best stats for Pacers
40. Jeff WorthyWhittier (Calif.) ChristianBoise State
DT | 6-4/270
Small school tackle has been bigtime all spring and is one of West's best
41. Jalen JeffersonVentura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure 
OLB | 6-3/205
Versatile backer could even be a big safety in college
42. Tre MaddenMission Viejo (Calif.)USC
OLB | 6-1/217
One of the best athletes in the state, has played quarterback in Wildcat
43. Shaquille MoseleyFresno (Calif.) Edison 
OLB | 6-2/205
Central California's top linebacker prospect
44. Kameron JacksonLong Beach (Calif.) PolyWashington
CB | 5-10/175
Excellent spring and summer has made Jackson one of premier corners in West
45. Charles BurksHuntington Beach (Calif.) Edison 
DE | 6-1/230
Pound for pound, is one of the toughest defenders in the state
46. Josh AtkinsonLivermore (Calif.) Granada 
CB | 6-0/180
Not as heralded as his twin, George, but a gifted player in his own right
47. Jimmy LaughreaRocklin (Calif.)Boise State
QB | 6-2/180
Northern California quarterback was the QB MVP at Stanford NFTC
48. Siaosi AionoCovina (Calif.) South HillsUtah
OG | 6-4/290
Athletic offensive lineman who plays with nastiness on the field
49. David RichardsPalmdale (Calif.) 
WR | 6-3/185
Big, rangy receiver has only been playing the game for two years
50. Raymond NelsonModesto (Calif.) ChristianUCLA 
TE | 6-5/215
Versatile two-way player who was all-state as a defensive end
51. Mercy MastonBakersfield (Calif.) 
CB | 5-11/185
52. Woodson GreerGardena (Calif.) Serra 
OLB | 6-2/215
53. Rahim CassellLakewood (Calif.) 
OLB | 5-11/220
54. Dontae LevingstonHarbor City (Calif.) Narbonne 
OG | 6-4/285
55. Bryan PetersLa Mirada (Calif.)Kansas
OT | 6-5/305
56. Akeem GonzalesMission Hills (Calif.) Alemany  
OT | 6-3.5/233
57. B.J. KelleyFresno (Calif.) Central 
WR | 6-2/175
58. Brent WalkerNorco (Calif.) 
OG | 6-5/300
59. Ben WysockiLos Alamitos (Calif.)UCLA
OG | 6-4.5/280
60. DeVante WilsonCorona (Calif.) 
DE | 6-3/215
61. Ian SeauEncinitas (Calif.) La Costa Canyon 
DE | 6-4/235
62. Kevin AndersonPalo Alto (Calif.)Stanford
DE | 6-4/230
63. Maataua BrownParamount (Calif.)Washington 
DT | 6-5/295
64. Steve DillonPalmdale (Calif.) 
DE | 6-3/266
65. Cody KurzVentura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure 
DE | 6-3/245
66. Stephane NembotVan Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep  
OT | 6-7/270
67. Lavonte BarnettLancaster (Calif.) Paraclete 
OLB | 6-2/228
68. Richard MullaneyThousand Oaks (Calif.) 
WR | 6-3/185
69. Jared NorrisBakersfield (Calif.) CentennialUtah
MLB | 6-2/228
70. Rashad WadoodLakewood (Calif.)Arizona State
CB | 5-10/181
71. Rodney HardrickColton (Calif.) 
MLB | 6-3/205
72. Joel WillisGarden Grove (Calif.) Pacifica  
CB | 5-10/180
73. Max GamaLa Mirada (Calif.)Washington State
S | 6-1/195
74. Nelson SpruceWestlake (Calif.) 
WR | 6-2/195
75. Jordan RichardsFolsom (Calif.)  
WR | 5-11/185
76. Marcus PetersOakland (Calif.) McClymonds  
CB | 5-11/195
77. Torian WhiteLakewood (Calif.)UCLA 
OT | 6-6/280
78. Cody TempleBakersfield (Calif.) Liberty 
DT | 6-3/285
79. Matthew LyonsLos Angeles (Calif.) DorseyWashington
OLB | 6-2/190
80. Quinn BauduccoMoorpark (Calif.)Minnesota
MLB | 6-3/220
81. Darryl PauloSacramento (Calif.) Grant  
MLB | 6-4/270
82. Ryan HendersonMoreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho VerdeUtah 
CB | 5-9/175
83. Michael EubankCorona (Calif.) Centennial 
QB | 6-5/220
84. Chad JeffriesGlendora (Calif.)San Diego State
QB | 6-3/195
85. Derrick BrownMurrieta (Calif.) Vista MurrietaUtah
QB | 6-3/215
86. J.B. SalemNewport Beach (Calif.) Newport HarborStanford
DE | 6-4/245
87. Jemond HazelyCorona (Calif.) SantiagoSan Diego State
WR | 6-1/167
88. Mike BercoviciWoodland Hills (Calif.) TaftArizona State
QB | 6-2/205
89. Jamal PraterEtiwanda (Calif.)Oregon 
OG | 6-5/280
90. Lene LesateleCerritos (Calif.) GahrBYU 
DE | 6-3/245
91. Aubrey ColemanWalnut (Calif.) Washington
DE | 6-6/215
92. Robert AshElk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes OaksBoise State
DE | 6-3/245
93. Thierry NguemaCorona (Calif.) Santiago  
CB | 6-0/175
94. Adam PulsipherTemecula (Calif.) Temecula ValleyBYU
MLB | 6-2/230
95. Brian ClayVacaville (Calif.) Will C. Wood 
CB | 6-1.5/181
96. Chance EarlySan Diego (Calif.) Cathedral 
WR | 6-1/180
97. Patrick OnwuasorInglewood (Calif.) 
S | 6-2/190
98. Jacob WelterDanville (Calif.) Monte Vista Ohio
OG | 6-5/291
99. Sam MeredithLa Mesa (Calif.) Helix 
TE | 6-4.5/260
100. Reggie CoatesEncino (Calif.) Crespi  
DE | 6-2/230
Last updated: 8/18/10