Arizona's Top Offensive Linemen

We go as deep as we ever have in our preseason prospect rankings of the top OLs headed into the 2012 season

Top 40 Offensive Linemen

1. Kenny Lacy – Mountain Pointe
2. Casey Tucker (JR) – Hamilton
3. Natrell Curtis (JR) – Mountain Pointe
4. Andrew Mike (JR) – Sabino
5. Patrick JosephHamilton
6. Nick Allen – Desert Ridge
7. Travis Fister – Salpointe
8. Antonio RosalesTucson
9. Charlie Renfree – Brophy
10. Billy Nichols – Pinnacle
11. Layth Friekh (JR) – Centennial
12. Breeon Auzenne (JR) - Salpointe
13. Hayden Johnson - Centennial
14. Tyler Shank - Chandler
15. Patrick JohnsonParadise Valley
16. Elijah Cox - Ironwood
17. Spencer Nathe - Centennial
18. Kamryn Bennett (JR) – Centennial
19. Jon Sekona (JR) – Apollo
20. Mitch Wehrli – Desert Vista
21. Colin MarquezRed Mountain
22. Austin Hall (JR) - Brophy
23. Josh Scow – Desert Ridge
24. Devon Finai - Hamilton
25. Dylan Fischer – Desert Vista
26. Reggie Peterson - Snowflake
27. Aaron Seiple – Notre Dame
28. Dylan Greenberg - Salpointe
29. Devin Brunetti - Saguaro
30. Carson Purtell - Pinnacle
31. Kelepi Fifita (JR) - Central
32. Jacob Molina – Thunderbird
33. Gabe MurphyShadow Mountain
34. Michael KeledjianRed Mountain
35. R.J. Deanda - Cactus
36. Aaron Simmons – Corona del Sol
37. Hayden Alley - Saguaro
38. Jordon Davis – Poston Butte
39. Jose Tellez - Alhambra
40. Yaqoob Alhmad - Dobson

Riser- Josh Scow from Desert Ridge is a player that could shot up this list. He has a good frame and a lot of tools to be a good college OL.

Sleeper- Paul Vinke from Phoenix Christian missed time as a junior with an injury and is not well know because he moved to AZ from out of state. Good size kid that plays hard.

Up and Comers- I called Marshall Forest a D1 OL the day I saw him at Boulder Creek his freshman year. He started at TE as a sophomore but has since moved to Chaparral where he will play on the O and D lines. Keep an eye out on OT Quinn Bailey from Higley. He split time last year as a sophomore but the 6-6 270 pounder is only going to improve the more football he plays.

Crazy Depth- I don't remember ever ranking any position ever 40 deep. To be honest, there are about 5-7 other names that could be argued to be put on this list. It all starts up front and the next two years in AZ will have some very talented big boys.

Others to Watch

Max Anae (JR) – Canyon del Oro- 6-2 220
Alex Anderson (JR) – Saguaro- 6-4 275
Angel Arevalo – Central- 5-9 265
Jacob Badger - Blue Ridge- 6-3 215
Brendon Benton - Benson- 5-11 190
Michael Bradley – Skyline- 6-1 210
Aaron Campos – Perry- 5-10 200
Taylor Canada – Millennium- 6-4 265
Ryan Carney-Ash – Sunrise Mountain
Dylan Cary (JR) – Desert Edge- 6-3 260
Tony Castro (JR) – Washington- 6-3 215
Dylan Chambal – Campo Verde- 6-2 255
Thomas Chiarello – Desert Mountain- 6-1 280
Tony Contreras – Perry- 6-1 230
Mike Cook (JR) – Centennial- 6-3 270
Noah Cooper – Trevor Browne- 6-1 325
Jay Cortez – Chavez - 5-9 200
Zach Davis – 6-5 245- Lake Havasu
Brandt Davidson (JR) - Ironwood Ridge- 6-3 235
Daniel Denogean – St. Mary's- 6-3 235
Blake Duckworth – Ironwood – 6-2 300
Bill Duckworth – Ironwood – 6-2 300
Tyler Elam (JR) – Centennial- 6-0 280
Sawyer Elms – O'Connor- 6-5 210
Vaughn Fontana – Cienega- 6-1 255
Connor Gallagher – Notre Dame- 5-10 260
Chris Gant - Florence- 5-11 200
Eddie Gianinna – Mt. Ridge- 5-10 220
Gage Gipson – Liberty- 6-3 260
Sam Hartman – Desert Vista- 6-3 220
Tyler Henson – Marcos de Niza- 5-10 200
Ramon Heredia – Cibola- 5-8 210
Johnny Herrero – Kingman Academy- 6-5 280
Bryce Holland – Hamilton- 6-1 215
Ricky John – 6-4 280- Desert Mountain
Drew Johnson – Sunrise Mountain- 6-3 250
Glen Justice - Yuma Catholic- 6-1 225
Saaevion Kelly – North- 6-2 260
Cody King – Desert Ridge- 6-2 275
Jeck Kness – Pinnacle- 6-3 265
Garrett Kohnke - Sahuaro- 6-2 230
Troy Kowalski (JR) – Mt. Ridge- 6-4 260
Jared Krall – Coconino- 6-5 260
Will Kreitler – Gilbert- 6-0 240
Nick Ledvina - Millennium- 6-0 220
Tyler McClure – Chandler- 6-1 265
Harley McKinney – Chino Valley- 6-3 295
Manuel Medina - Agua Fria- 6-1 240
Luis Mejia – Basha- 5-11 230
Nic Mercer (JR) – South Mountain- 6-6 250
Greg Mills – Tempe- 6-0 215
Charles Murphy – Desert Ridge- 6-1 220
Mario Nava – 6-2 280- Chavez
Pete Netler (JR) – Saguaro- 6-3 250
Juan Rangel – La Joya- 5-11 260
Justin Ravsten – Perry- 6-7 230
Wilber Rivera – Alhambra- 5-10 245
Connor Roberts – Brophy- 6-2 250
Alex Rosner - Brophy- 5-11 215
Manuel Sagasta - Coolidge- 6-2 240
Ivan Sanchez (JR) – Basha- 6-2 240
Joe Sanford – McClintock- 6-2 265
Chris Shaver – Agua Fria- 5-9 180
Ryan Sheetz – Desert Mountain- 6-5 280
Wyatt Smilie – Deer Valley- 6-1 230
Zack Tamburo – Desert Vista- 5-11 250
Tevita Taufa (SOPH) – Desert Ridge- 5-11 210
Dalton Tebbs – Queen Creek
Shane Till – Queen Creek
Aaron Tukuafu – Mesquite- 6-1 215
Brendan Turelli – Arcadia- 6-3 235
Jose Villapando – San Luis
Essie Weaver – Westview- 5-8 180
Logan Wheeten – Higley- 6-6 270

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