NorCal Top Runningbacks

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 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 RB 2019

Austin Jones (Bishop O'Dowd) 5-11, 190

2018 Nike The Opening Finals Invite
Committed: Stanford

2200+ Total Yards, 29 Total TD

  • One of the top RB's in the nation
  • Record breaking productivity, will be 4 year starter
  • Good combination of power and speed - can also play WR/DB
D'Marcus Ross (Capital Christian) 5-11, 215

Offers: Colorado State, Fresno State, SDSU, UNLV, San Jose State, Utah State, Sacramento State, Montana State
1200+ Total Yards, 10 TFL, 20 Total TD

  • Collegiate level power and speed combo
  • Good hands out of the backfield
  • Has the ability to bounce inside runs to the outside
Adi Anderson (Moreau Catholic) 5-11, 200

Committed: San Jose State
2300+ Rushing, 29 Total TD

  • Shifty inside runner
  • Good breakaway speed
  • Excellent vision- list text here
Darrell Page (St. Francis) 5-10, 185

Offers: San Jose State, Sacramento State
2300+ Total Yards, 23 TD

  • Powerful runner with outstanding balance
  • Premier vision and patience
  • Film is fun to watch, playmaker
Larenz Redd (Sierra) 5-8, 170

Committed: BYU

  • Versatile, speedy playmaker
  • Offensive weapon with the ball in his hands
  • Tough football player
Thomas Alatini (Clayton Valley Charter) 5-11, 175

1500+ Total Yards, 15 Total TD

  • Big strong athlete with good speed
  • Physical runner, initiates contact with defense
  • Combo back - can return, move to the slot and carry the ball inside
Tyerell Sturges-Cofer (Liberty) 6-1, 195

Offers: San Jose State
1100+ Total Yards, 11 Total TD

  • Very hard to tackle, slippery runner
  • Good open field breakaway speed
  • Tons of potential, could play DB or WR at next level
Jacob Trach (Consumes Oaks) 5-7, 165

Offers: Sacramento State
1400+ Total Yards, 10 TD

  • Slippery skatback that has been dominant in HS
  • Great receiver out of the backfield
  • Dangerous in return game
Jarmar Julien (McClymonds) 5-11, 226
  • Big, physical downhill back
  • Good speed in the open field
  • Extremely hard to tackle 1 on 1
Paul Lautaimi (Aragon) 5-10, 185

1600+ Total Yards, 15 Total TD

  • Physical downhill runner
  • Will run through arm tackles
  • Explosive athlete
Aaron Smith (Archbishop Mitty) 5-11, 206

1400+ Total Yards, 15 Total TD

  • Physical player, hard to tackle
  • Good hands out of the backfield
  • Good size and strength
Felipe Figureroa (Franklin) 6-0, 210

1000+ Rushing Yards, 20 TD

  • Physical slashing runner
  • Delivers the blow on contact with defender
  • Excellent size and strength
Hamilton Grigsby (Antelope) 6-1, 195

Offer: Ohio

  • Strong, downhill back
  • Good speed in the open field
  • Hard to tackle
Opeti Fanguop (St. Francis) 5-10, 235

400+ Rushing, 10 Career TD

  • Bone crushing fullback
  • Excllent feet and agility for size
  • Physically dominant high school player
Levi Markey (Del Campo) 5-11, 205

1200+ Rushing, 12 TD

  • Powerful and explosive two way player
  • Downhill runner with good speed
  • Smart LB with good tackling ability
Issac Sharp (Hilmar) 5-10, 160

2000+ Total Yards, 17 Total TD, 53 Tackles

  • Slippery runner
  • Elusive open field speed
  • Good vision
Mhari Robers (Antelope) 5-7, 160

1000+ Total Yards, 15 Total TD

  • Good balance and cuts
  • Runs hard with a purpose
  • Slippery weapon out of the backfield
Premier Murphy (Pittsburg) 5-10, 185

787 Total Yards, 6 TD

  • Good athlete with good cuts
  • Quick first steps into the hole
  • Versatile player