FOUR & MORE: Inland Area RBs


1. Branden Rankins, Sr., San Bernardino Aquinas — Brawny, a little brash and a known thunder-runner since his sophomore season, this 5-foot-10, 205-pound wrecking ball has a future playing on Saturdays (and maybe even Sundays).

2. Travis Dye, Sr., Norco — Talented like his brothers and built in much the same way, another 5-foot-10, 190-pound dynamo can hit first and run away from the speediest of defensive backs on his way to the end zone.

3. Justin Keeling, MoVal Valley View — His 5-foot-7, 175-pound frame took a pounding but went the distance and into school record books in 2016, totaling more than 2,000 rushing yards.

4. Jonta McMullen, Sr., Grand Terrace — Comparisons to NFL Hall of Famer Barry Sanders don’t miss the mark here. Smallish at 5-foot-4, 160 pounds, but plays bigger than his bio.

Tyler Allgeier, Sr., Fontana Kaiser — Stud runner must navigate coaching change in final season.
Thomas Kinslow, Jr., Corona Centennial — May not be Huskies’ next great back but he’s getting touches.
Kayvionta Patterson, Jr., MoVal Rancho Verde — Shifty & elusive by only 5-foot-2, 120 pounds.
Sherod White, Sr., Menifee Heritage — Plays big and will feature in Patriots’ run-heavy offense.

Isaiah Baker, Sr., Riverside Ramona
Khoury Bethley, Sr., Chino Don Lugo
Walter Carl III, Jr., Chino Hills
Derrin Henry, Sr., Chino
Vince Lewis, Sr., Hemet Tahquitz
Chris Melesio, Jr., Riverside Norte Vista
Lawrence Starks, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga Etiwanda
Kai Thompson, Sr., Murrieta Mesa
Kylaun Woods, Jr., San Bernardino Indian Springs

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