FOUR & MORE: Inland Area OLs


1. Fiti Moe, Sr., Moreno Valley — Would have been the area’s best this season but has transferred to San Juan Capistrano’s JSerra Catholic in an effort to get an edge up on recruiting, and it’s hard to blame him when he’s already getting looks from USC and other PAC-12 programs.

2. Robert Joe Taylor, Sr., Yucaipa — Two-time all-CIF selection is an absolute force of nature for the Thunderbirds, and at 6-foot-5 and 310 pounds is among the biggest players in the Inland Area this season.

3. Andrew Madrigal, Jr., Norco — Cougars top lineman is finally into his body and starting to receive attention following an all-CIF nod as a junior.

4. Alec Estrada, Sr., San Bernardino Cajon — Two-year starter goes from protecting Cowboys franchise QB to protecting an incoming transfer.

A.J. Viapulu, Soph., Corona Centennial — Sophomore All-American is Huskies’ Next Big Thing.
Colby Grames, Sr., Redlands Citrus Valley — Versatile player can line up at TE and also kicks PATs, if necessary.
Phillip Cyr, Sr., Menifee Heritage — Crucial interior playmaker the both sides of the ball for Patriots.
Seth Morgan, Sr., Riverside La Sierra — Three-year varsity starter leads Eagles deepest group in years.

Austin Berry, Jr., Riverside North
John Gill, Sr., Redlands East Valley
Kevin Hoskins, Sr., Adelanto
Leonardo Mendoza, Sr., San Bernardino San Gorgonio
Mason Murphy, Jr., Riverside King
Frankie Norwood, Sr., Beaumont
Andrew Oestreich, Sr., San Bernardino Cajon
Christian Perry, Sr., Temecula Valley
Jonah Reeder, Sr., MoVal Rancho Verde
Salvador Silva, Sr., Corona Santiago
Josef Tena, Jr., Adelanto

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