FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area CFBers



1. Jamaal Williams, Sr., BYU — Fontana Summit’s all-time rushing leader is on a mission to rebound from last year’s season-ending knee surgery, and attack the record books in his final college season. Underrated coming into 2016, BYU’s 6th all-time rusher will remind scouts and fans what made him a Maxwell and Doak Walker watch list nominee.

2. Blake Barnett, Jr., Alabama — Corona Santiago’s record-breaking quarterback appears the favorite to be the starting job when the Crimson Tide play USC on Saturday, Sept. 3. Barnett is one of two choices for coach Nick Saban, but the pro-style QB has earned his coaches’ trust this off-season.

3. Chris Hawkins, Sr., USC — Rancho Cucamonga’s original ball hawk returns for his second season as a starting safety in for the best football team in Los Angeles. Surpassed 100 career collegiate tackles last season, and a sure-fire NFL draft pick.

4. Viliami and Alani Latu, Arizona State — Rancho Cucamonga’s defensive legacy runs through this pair of massively talented brothers.

Marcus Baugh, Jr., Ohio State — Riverside North big man may finally get starter minutes at TE.
Coltin Gerhart, Soph., Arizona State — Norco-turned-Vista Murrieta QB has been playing safety lately.
Nate Meadors, Soph., UCLA — San Gorgonio’s multi-faceted playmaker has emerged a top defensive back.
J.J. Taylor, Fr., Arizona — Corona Centennial fireball is third on the Wildcats’ RB depth chart.

Lorenzo Burns, Fr., Arizona — Temecula Linfield HS
Victor Bolden, Sr., Oregon State — Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos HS
Kylie Fitts, Sr., Utah — Redlands East Valley HS
Tevita Halalilo, Fr., UCLA — MoVal Rancho Verde HS
Cameron Hunt, Sr., Oregon — Corona Centennial HS
Malik Lovette, Fr., Oregon — Redlands East Valley HS
Jonah Moi, Jr., Oregon — Redlands Citrus Valley
Matt Morin, Sr., Arizona — Temecula Chaparral HS
Jamal Morrow, Jr., Washington State — Menifee Heritage HS
Jamie Nunley, Fr., Arizona — Vista Murrieta HS
Nathan Smith, Fr., USC — Murrieta Mesa HS
Lokeni Toailoa, Fr., UCLA — Rialto Carter HS

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