FOUR & MORE: Inland Area RBs


1. Donovan Harvey, Sr., Elsinore Quietly transformed into the loudest of all the running backs in this year’s class, leading the Tigers to two early wins while pacing all CIF-Southern Section juniors with 932 yards and 12 TDs.

2. Freddy Fletcher, Sr. San Bernardino CajonFollowing a stellar sophomore campaign in 2019, his breakout junior season saw him finish a close second to Harvey in yards (927) and TDs (11).

3. Eddie Allain, Sr., Riverside Norte Vista – The heralded freshman phenom is finally a senior and he’s aiming at his third 1,000-yard season in four years.

4. Hunter Roddy, Sr., Temecula ChaparralBeefed up to provide a strong second option for the Pumas offense, and now has D1 colleges calling.

Jaydn Ott, Sr., Norco – Can’t just waltz back into the Inland Area and be the best, you got to be about it first.
Dylan Riley, Soph., Valley View – One of the top freshman in the nation during the spring with 849 yards.
Gavin Galzote, Sr., Vista Murrieta – The quiet leader on a team full of leaders, averaged 101 yards per game.
Christian Bozeman, Soph., Arlington –
Was running over defenders as a 14-year-old freshman in the spring. 

Jessie Carvajal, Sr., Norte Vista
Armando Cuellar, Jr. Beaumont
Dvant Finch, Sr., Oak Hills
Hanyi Joh, Sr., Palm Desert
Mykel Johnson, Sr., Xavier Prep
Brandon Lopez, Jr., Patriot
Venasio Mikaele, Jr., Riverside North
Kaleb Most, Sr., Apple Valley
David Myers, Jr., San Jacinto
Donovan Price, Sr., Kaiser
Keionte Turner, Jr., Vista del Lago


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