FOUR & MORE: Inland Area DBs


1. Jaxen Turner, Sr. MoVal Rancho Verde — 6-foot-2, 170-pound speed burner Will graduate as one of the most accomplished dual-sport athletes in school history, with crazy stats (16 INTs already in two seasons!) and multiple CIF-SS and CIF-State playoff appearances to his name.

2. J.T. Dozier, Sr., Corona Centennial — Hard-hitting 6-foot, 180-pound free safety will provide the back-end punch as one of the rare unheralded athletes in perhaps the Huskies’ best defense in recent memory.

3. Aiden Koenig, Jr., Corona Santiago — Transferred from Riverside Notre Dame, where he had five INTs last season, to fight for a spot in the Sharks crowded defensive backfield and play lacrosse.

4. Carlos Montes, Sr., Rubidoux — Four-year varsity starter plays so much bigger than his 5-foot-6, 145-pound frame, committing every inch and ounce on every play.

Tre Anderson, Sr., Riverside King – Multi-faceted talent will be on both sides of the ball for Wolves.
David Diaz, Sr., Chino Hills Ayala – Led all returning Inland players with seven INTs last year.
Javon Nicholson, Sr., San Bernardino – Athletic cover corner a star-in-the-making for Cards.
Brandon Stallone, Sr., Redlands East Valley – CBL’s top-tackling safety is a team leader.

Zach Alexander, Sr., Riverside Arlington
Gary Ganson, Sr., San Bernardino Aquinas
Mark Perry, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Quincy Preston, Sr., Grand Terrace
Kai Ruth, Sr., Moreno Valley
Cameron Stephens, Sr., San Bernardino Cajon
Jacob Zinn, Sr., Murrieta Mesa


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