NorCal Top Athletes

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 SectionOakland 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!
Feel free to contact us at anytime here at battleprepwest@gmail.com

NorCal Top ATH 2019

Tristan Sinclair (San Ramon Valley) 6-2, 205

Committed: Stanford
2018 Nike The Opening Finals Invite

6 Total TD, 1 Int

  • Extremely explosive athlete - projected on Defense but could be unstoppable @ WR/H Back
  • Flies around the field - film is fun to watch
  • Excellent DB instincts in coverage, great tackling ability
Giles Jackson (Freedom) 5-10, 185

Committed: Michigan
2018 Nike The Opening Finals Invite

2200+ Total Yards, 28 Total TD

  • Electrifying playmaker with excellent vision
  • Slippery, extremely hard to tackle
  • Can score at any moment - rush, return, wr - One of the top weapons in the west
Laiatu Latu (Jesuit) 6-5, 238

Offers: Alabama, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, San Diego State, Utah, Arizona, California, Fresno State, Vanderbilt, UCLA, Nebraska, Florida
4 Rec, 1 TD, 12 Sacks, 2 Int

  • Elite defender - flies around the field with energy
  • Premier athleticism and size
  • Could play TE, DE, OLB or WR at the next level
Sione Vaki (Liberty) 6-0, 185

Offers: USC, Utah, Utah State, Boston College, San Jose State, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Nevada
1200+ Total Yards, 19 Total TD, 45 Tackles, 1 Int

  • One of the nations best athletes
  • Dangerous with the football in his hands - receiving, running, returning
  • Playmaker - fun film to watch
Makai Polk (El Cerrito) 6-4, 182

Committed: California

  • Long and rangy athlete with tremendous upside
  • Smart football player, reads the play extremely well from the safety spot
  • Can play WR/DB at next level - good speed and ball instincts
Zach Larrier (Monterrey Trail) 6-0, 180

Offers: Washington State, Oregon State, California, Fresno State, Nevada, Wyoming, Sacramento State
1300+ Total Yards, 13 TD, 36 Tackles, 1 Int

  • Extremely versatile playmaker; plays QB for team but projects at WR/DB
  • Excellent top end speed
  • Explosive athlete, good burst
Jaden Tauanuu (Pittsburg) 6-3, 205

Offers: Arizona, Utah State, San Jose State
9 Rec, 193 Yards, 2 TD

  • Versatile offensive weapon - H, TE, WR
  • Vicious blocker
  • Smooth athlete with tremendous upside
Willie Harts III (Pittsburg) 6-1, 175

Offers: California, Arizona State, Nevada, San Jose State, Washington State, Oregon State, Colorado State
15 Total TD

  • True athlete - QB, WR, DB RB, Return
  • Great moves after the catch, nose for the end zone
  • Film is fun to watch
Maurice Wilmer II (St. Francis) 6-2, 187

Offers: Colorado, San Diego, Nevada, San Jose State, UNLV, UC Davis, Nevada, Montana State
600+ Total Yards, 2 Int, 6 TD

  • Big strong playmaker - excellent on deep ball
  • D1 size and speed combo
  • Can play in multiple spots at next level
Levelle Bailey (Burbank) 6-3, 190

Offers: UNLV, Idaho State, Montana State, Nevada, NAU, Sac State, Fresno State, Idaho, Northern Arizona
`1300+ Total Yards, 5 Int, 14 Total TD, 52 Tackles

  • Big, strong athlete with good feet
  • Plays in attack mode at all times
  • Excels on both sides of the football; versatile
Matt Horne (Elk Grove) 6-2, 180

Committed: UNLV

500+ Total Yards, 3 TD, 39 Tackles

  • Good acceleration in the open field
  • Good athlete with good size
  • Can play WR/DB at next level
Jackson Canaan (Jesuit) 6-3, 215

Committed: San Jose State

  • Dynamic smooth athlete with great vision
  • Can play all over the field (RB, OLB, WR, DE)
  • Extremely productive junior season
Josh Scott (Deer Valley) 6-0, 165

1200+ Total Yards, 10 TD, 28 Tackles

  • Explosive athlete, can score at any moment
  • Excels in press man, good hands
  • Elite athlete
Murvin Kenion (SPSV) 6-0, 165

12 Total TD, 30 Rec, 6 Int, 1000+ Total Yards

  • Dynamic playmaker on top team
  • Comfortable on both sides of the ball - athlete
  • Outstanding junior season statistically
Isaiah Ward (Inderkum) 6-1, 205

9 Sacks, 44 Tackles, 1000+ Total Yards

  • Tough, strong athlete - contributes all over
  • Can play LB, RB, WR at next level
  • Good usage of hands, hard to block
Anthony Heard (Sacred Heart) 5-8, 175
  • Excellent cover corner, good tackler
  • Great athlete, good speed and strength combo
  • Can play RB, WR, and multiple spots in secondary
Tyler Green (Christian Brothers) 6-0, 175

1500+ Total Yards, 41 Tackles, 2 Int, 20 TD

  • Crafty route runner with good movesa after the catch
  • Outstanding junior season statistically
  • Can play all over the field
Malini Ti'a (Granada) 5-11, 170

1000+ Total Yards, 10 TD, 6 Int

  • Crafty skill player that contributes on both sides of the ball
  • Smooth athlete, deceptive speed
  • Good upside - can play WR, DB, Return at next elevel
Jasaun Allen (Chavez) 5-11, 175

1700+ Total Yards, 24 Total TD, 2 Int, 33 Tackles

  • Slippery speedster that makes plays all over
  • Extremely productive junior season
  • Can contribute in multiple ways at next level
D'Angelo Bellamy (Central Catholic Modesto) 6-2 185

35 Tackles, 1 Int, 3 TD

  • Good size and strength
  • Can play multiple spots at the next level
  • Elusive speed
Carter Krupp (Woodcreek) 6-1, 185

2400+ Total Yards, 24 TD

  • Good athlete with elusive speed
  • Comfortable under center and in the gun
  • Could play QB/DB/WR at next level
Jehiel Budgett (Monterrey Trail) 5-11, 170

1400+ Total Yards, 6 Int, 38 Tackles, 10 TD

  • Extremely productive junior season on both sides of the ball
  • Deceptive speed in the open field
  • Can contribute in multiple ways at next level
David Coker (Serra) 5-8, 165

700+ Total Yards, 7 TD

  • Strong, smart player with good balance
  • Excellent quickness, can turn the corner
  • Sure tackling DB with good ball skills
Demari Davis (Pinole) 6-0, 160

2000+ Total Yards, 15 Total TD

  • Good top end speed
  • Good vision in return game, leads team at QB
  • Can play multiple positions at next level
Jake Gookin (Sonora) 5-11, 170

1500+ Total Yards, 10 TD

  • Explosive athlete - outstanding runner
  • Team leader - comfortable under center, good play action
  • Can play multiple positions at the next level (WR, DB, QB)
Paris Warren Jr. (Grant) 6-2, 205

400+ Total Yards, 3 TD

  • Good size, speed and strength combo
  • NFL Genes
  • Excellent tackler and willing blocker
Austin Williams (Concord) 5-11, 190

900+ Total Yards, 9 TD

  • Good balance and field vision
  • Plays with a burst
  • Can also contribute at DB
ADeonte Taylor (Milpitas) 5-10, 175

1000+ Total Yards, 4 Int, 7 Total TD

  • Makes plays for his team in multiple ways
  • Good moves
  • RB/WR/DB/Return