FOUR & MORE: Inland Area OLs


1. Parker Smith, Soph., Norco – According to the LA Times’ Eric Sondheimer, ‘Norco fans can’t wait to see the development of this 6-foot-3, 250-pound’er, who wears a Size 16 shoe.

2. Wade Helton, Soph., Corona Centennial – Slightly bigger than his Big VIII League counterpart, this 6-foot-5, 260 pound guard sets tone for Huskies’ fast-paced offense.

3. Byron Jones, Sr., Indian Springs – This 6-foot-3, 300-pound guard makes light work of 400-plus pound pulls in the weight room.

4. Nick Cabrerra, Sr., Eastvale Roosevelt – A 6-foot-7, 330-pound monster leads Big VIII League’s biggest offensive line.

PJ Enosa, Jr., San Jacinto – Can clog the middle as well as anyone and just continues to get stronger and faster.
Shimone Gray, Sr., Riverside King – One of the few bright spots for the Big VIII League cellar dwellars.
Daniel Sonora, Sr., Serrano – Underrated part of Diamondbacks success the last two years can play both ways.
Landyn Young, Sr., Murrieta Mesa – Top tackle in the Southwestern League this season needs to leave mark.

Shawn Bell, Sr., Alta Loma
Samuel Dreifuss, Sr., Big Bear
Isaiah Figueroa, Sr., San Bernardino
Edgar Hasibuan, Sr., Beaumont
Reed James, Sr., Apple Valley
Michael Leggett, Sr. Murrieta Valley
Benny Lucero, Sr., Serrano
Matthew Magana, Sr., Indio
Nate Maier, Sr., Rim of the World
Maika Matelau, Sr., Upland
Jacob Melendez, Jr., Elsinore
Avelardo Noriega, Sr., Citrus Hill
Jake Steele, Sr., Murrieta Valley
Junior Faumui Ta’ase, Sr., Aquinas
Santiago Torres, Sr., San Gorgonio
AJ Vaipulu, Sr., Centennial
Salvador Vasquez, Sr., Indian Springs
Shaun Young, Sr., Oak Hills


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