NorCal Top Tight Ends/Defensive Ends

NorCal Top Class of 2019 Positional Rankings: Winter Evaluation

Battle Prep West is presenting the Top NorCal Class of 2019 players from each positional group for our 3rd year in a row.  Northern California has proven time and time again to be a hotbed of talent and I am continuing with my original goal which was to help showcase the talent from this region to colleges from all over the country at every level.
  • North Coast Section (925, 510, 415, 707), Sac-Joaquin Section (916, 209), Central Coast Section (650, 408, 831), Northern Section, Oakland and San Francisco Sections are represented here
  • Criteria Used for Rankings:  Film, Collegiate Projection, Athleticism, Stats, Production against Competition Level, Current Offers
  • Rankings are constantly being updated; There will be a Spring Evaluation Period (Combines, Offers) and Summer BattlePrepWest.com 2019 Hot 100 Final Positional Rankings (June 2018)
  • The region is extremely large and sometimes we miss; if you feel like you are worthy of being ranked, please fill out this form HERE
  • Top NorCal Class of 2020 and 2021 are coming soon!
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NorCal Top TE/DE 2019

Joshua Pakola (St. Francis) 6-4, 240

Committed: Stanford

  • One of the nations best, constantly attacking the football on defense
  • Unstoppable off the edge at either OLB or DE
  • Elite athlete, can also play TE at next level
Isaiah Foskey (De La Salle) 6-5, 230

Offers: Alabama, Michigan, UCLA, USC, Washington, Texas, Notre Dame, Nebraska, 20+ Offers
12 Rec, 65 Yards

  • National recruit
  • Excellent instincts at DE - hard to block
  • Big target in the passing game
Skylar Loving-Black (Valley Christian) 6-5, 220

Offers: Nebraska, Arizona State, UNLV, Utah, Oregon State, Colorado, Wyoming, San Jose State, Nevada, Fresno State
8 Rec, 135 Yards, 3 TD, 3 Sacks

  • Unreal athleticism
  • Film is fun to watch - relentless blocker
  • Play play all over the field - TE, DE, OLB, and WR
Bradley Archer (Livermore) 6-4, 240

Committed: California
30 Rec, 300+ Yards, 4 TD, 20 TFL

  • Excellent speed and route running ability
  • One of the best TE's in the west - great hands
  • Ferocious blocker
Tyler Garay-Harris (Bishop O'Dowd) 6-6, 230

Committed: Washington State
41 Tackles, 3 Sacks

  • Stand up DE with long arms and great reach
  • Superb athlete
  • Tons of upside - D1 Size
David Hayward (Monte Vista) 6-4, 235

Committed: Montana State

  • Outstanding athlete, D1 Size
  • Extremely explosive, versatile skill set
  • Can play TE, DE or OT at collegiate level
Koby Gross (San Ramon Valley) 6-3. 235

Offers: Howard
22 Rec, 264 Yards, 5 TD

  • Great hands and willing blocker
  • Big reliable target that gets open
  • Athletic, can line up in multiple places on offense
Evan Bearden (Sonora) 6-4, 225

7 Rec, 158 Yards, 2 TD, 37 Tackles, 5 Sacks

  • Big, fluid playmaker that runs extremely well - big target
  • Can lineup in multiple looks on offense - TE, WR, Slot
  • Versatile athlete - causes havoc on defense
Logan Arnold (Yuba City) 6-3, 240
  • Great tackler, reads extremely well
  • Good hands, bats down balls often
  • Good size and motor - always finishes plays
Charlie Mcbride (Rocklin) 6-3, 230

24 Rec, 337 Yards, 1 TD

  • Big, strong and explosive athlete - hard to tackle after catch
  • Excellent hands and ability to get open
  • Great blocker and defensive end
Connor Mcintee (Jesuit) 6-4, 230

Committed: Air Force
13 Rec, 191 Yards, 2 TD, 24 Tackles

  • Hard to tackle after the catch
  • Good hands and blocking ability
  • Big athletic target
Gage King (Oak Ridge) 6-4, 230

2 TD, 2 Sacks

  • Outstanding blocker
  • Agile and with great usage of hands
  • Can play either side of the ball
Demistris Primes (Kennedy) 6-3, 220

5 Sacks, 1 TD

  • Outstanding athlete
  • D1 size and strength
  • Makes plays
Simon Mapa (Aragon) 6-3, 222

17 Rec, 286 Yards, 1 TD

  • Great hands and ability to catch in traffic
  • Good athlete with good strength
  • Big target - agile
Da'Marcus Johnson (Burbank) 6-2, 225

38 Tackles, 6 Sacks, 1 Int

  • Versatile edge rusher, good tackler
  • Good athleticism and motor
  • Good frame
Akili Bonner (Jesuit) 6-4, 220
  • D1 Frame and good athlete
  • Can play TE or DE at next level
  • Tons of potential
Julien Fish (Casa Roble) 6-5, 242

44 Tackles, 3 Sacks

  • D1 size
  • Extremely productive junior season, demands double team
  • Can play inside or outside on Dline at next level
Laronn Chapman (Hill) 6-1, 225

27 Rec, 390 Yards, 4 TD, 7 Sacks, 28 Tackles

  • Big frame and good athleticism
  • Productive junior season
  • Potential
Lopeti Pierce (Half Moon Bay) 6-3, 195

59 Tackles, 8 Sacks, 2 TD

  • Long athlete with good top end speed
  • Plays with a motor
  • Room to put on weight at next level
Corbin Mukel (Shasta) 6-4, 202

67 Tackles, 2 Int

Dean Rice (River Valley) 6-4, 280

Offers: Fresno State, Utah State

  • Scary athlete for size
  • Will continue to get better at next level
  • Potential NFL TE