FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area OLs


1. Cameron Hunt, Corona Centennial — Big No. 78 knows what it’s like to win; he’s played in back-to-back CIF-Southern Section Inland Division championship games. Committed to Cal, Hunt (6-foot-4, 263 pounds) will move the line of scrimmage for the Huskies and Coach Matt Logan’s schematic offense.

2. Addison Pulsiper, Temecula Valley — Already committed to join his brother, Adam, at BYU, this brawny athlete has the height to play on the O-line but the athleticism to perhaps plays elsewhere. Addison (6-foot-6, 230 pounds) has quick feet, a great short burst and the Cougars may play him at DE.

3. Miguel Flores, San Bernardino Aquinas — It’s being reported that the hulking 6-foot-5, 293-pounder has recruiters swirling. With a body like that, the swirling probably justified. The Falcons list him on their roster as T/NG. Now that’s just scary.

4.  Anthony Juarez, Corona Centennial — Just plain nasty. This 6-foot-6, 310-pounder who teams with Hunt to form one of the best offensive line in the Big VIII League, if not the best in the Inland Area.

AND MORE: Drew Santiago, Murrieta Mesa — A three-year starter for the Rams, Santiago (6-foot-3, 305 pounds) may finally be reaping the rewards of having to protect QB Chase Chambers.

2 Responses to “FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area OLs”
  1. Fred Taylor says:

    I agree with your ranking of the best OL’s in the Inland Area. An honorable mention however does need to go out to Nick Ponzio of Great Oak who is right in the periphery. Your research on these unknown heroes was spot on. Good Work!!

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