NorCal Top Offensive Lineman

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 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 OL 2019

Joey Capra (Placer) 6-4, 265

Committed: Oregon

  • Pancake Machine
  • Super athlete with great usage of hands and good feet
  • Will continue to put on weight at next level
Zachary Welch (Oak Ridge) 6-5, 292

Committed: Nevada

  • Excellent feet and hands
  • Elite size - runs well
  • Can play Center, Guard or Tackle
Nathan Peterson (Dixon) 6-5, 285

Offers: San Jose State, Montana State

  • Premier size, plays with good pad level
  • Tons of potential
  • Fires off the ball well
Hunter Jones (St. Mary's of Stockton) 6-3, 250

Offers: Utah State

  • Outstanding athleticism - can get out and run
  • WIll be one of the Top OL in NorCal season
  • Good size
William Vehikite (Stellar Prep) 6-4, 295

Committed: San Jose State

  • D1 size and strength
  • Good hands and feet
  • Tremendous upside
Justin Scrempos (Milpitas) 6-8, 300

Committed: San Jose State

  • One of the larger players in California
  • Good hips and feet
  • Tremendous upside
Nikko Pohahau (St. Francis) 6-5, 260

Offers: San Jose State, Montana State

  • Outstanding run blocker
  • Premier size and athleticism
  • Plays with great pad level, pancake machine
Isaias Sierra (Pittsburg) 6-1, 285
  • Explosive guard with a good punch
  • Good pad level, can get out and run
  • Tremendous upside
Jason Cannedy (Clayton Valley Charter) 6-3, 285
  • Excellent on down blocks
  • Good athlete
  • Potential
Joe Wagner (Folsom) 6-3, 260

Offers: Sacramento State

  • Starter on one of the top teams in the nation
  • Elite Size
  • Outstanding fundamentals, can play guard or tackle
Michael Arellano (Rio Vista) 6-4, 290
  • Premier size
  • Good athleticism with the ability to run
  • Great usage of hands
Zackary Gieg (Valley Christian) 6-1, 275
  • Excellent first step
  • Gets under opponents pads for pancakes
  • Technician
Shane Semeit (Capital Christian) 6-5, 265
  • Tons of potential
  • Explosive of the football
  • Can play guard or tackle
Kaden Richardson (Folsom) 6-1, 260
  • One of the top Centers in the west
  • Plays with tenacity, excellent in shotgun
  • Great technique and good size
Gio Spinelli (Pittsburg) 6-1, 265
  • Lightning quick center with good size
  • Good technique
  • Will be 3 Year starter
Eric Soares (Modesto) 6-3, 270
  • Good size and strength combo
  • Once he's engaged with defender its over
  • Excellent potential
Ayush Vyas (Harker) 6-2, 265
  • Good strength and athleticism
  • Can play either side of the ball
  • Drives his feet on contact
Cliff Johnson (Merced) 6-3, 302
  • Outstanding technique at tackle
  • Elite size and strength
  • Can play either side of the ball
Clayton Schaible (Dublin) 6-3, 270
  • Plays with a motor
  • Good tackler
  • Causes havoc in the backfield