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September 08, 2004|Eric Sondheimer

A look at the top offensive linemen in the Southland:

CITY SECTION

*--* Rk Name, School Ht. Wt. Yr. Comment 1. Aleksey Lanis, 6-5 315 Sr. A human bulldozer Crenshaw 2. Jovan Hayes, 6-4 300 Jr. A future Dorsey All-American 3. Matthew Taula, 6-3 285 Sr. Might be best in Narbonne Marine League 4. Max Cavaleri, El 6-1 270 Sr. All-West Valley Camino Real League returner 5. Eduardo Felix, 6-0 265 Sr. Leads top Birmingham offensive line 6. Daniel Mafoe, 6-3 275 Jr. Already a college Carson prospect 7. Martell Moore, 6-2 260 Jr. On his way to Venice standout status 8. Jeff Dodson, L.A. 6-3 360 Jr. Might be biggest University in Southland 9. Jesus Deciderio, 6-2 245 Sr. Effective Sun Valley Poly run-blocker 10. Juan Solorio, 6-1 315 Sr. Three-year starter Fairfax 11. Manuel Lemus, 6-4 310 Sr. Worked hard in L.A. Jordan weight room 12. Nikolas Boas, 6-2 255 Sr. Two-time Canoga Park all-leaguer 13. Cesar Larios, 6-3 320 Sr. Three-year starter Huntington Park SOUTHERN SECTION 1. Rodney Picou, 6-5 315 Sr. Powerful run Canyon Springs blocker 2. Kevin Bemoll, 6-5 315 Sr. Committed to Ohio Mission Viejo State 3. Eben Britton, 6-6 280 Sr. Committed to Burbank Burroughs Arizona 4. Jeremy 6-2 262 Sr. Athletic with Sutherland, Palm improving Springs strength 5. Morgan 6-6 325 Sr. Has impressive Rosborough, L.B. size Jordan 6. Kevin Meagher, 6-2 270 Sr. One of the best Servite in Serra League 7. Tevita Stevens, 6-3 297 Sr. Aggressive, Hemet strong blocker 8. Justin Brown, 6-6 280 Sr. Has athleticism, L.B. Poly good feet 9. Tyler Perkins, 6-2 265 Sr. Three-year starter Mater Dei 10. Mike Aguayo, Los 6-5 255 Sr. Key protector for Alamitos passing attack 11. Tim Walter, Loyola 6-4 282 Sr. Starter on Division I title team 12. Anthony Santa 6-1 240 Sr. Best blocker on Croce, S.O. Notre potential 14-0 Dame team 13. Romney Fuga, 6-2 260 Jr. Can be dominant Edison blocker 14. Adrian Martinez, 6-5 250 Sr. Has size to cause San Clemente problems 15. Devin Head, 6-4 265 Sr. Guard has good Corona Centennial skills 16. Michael Combes, 6-3 265 Sr. Guard utilizes Bishop Amat strength 17. Zac Zimmerman, 6-4 250 Sr. Has been dominant Hart in practice 18. Jake Forshey, 6-6 285 Sr. Three-year starter Santa Ynez 19. David Jovin, East 6-4 285 Sr. A true big man on Valley campus 20. Hunter Dean, 6-3 318 Sr. Returning Murrieta Valley all-leaguer 21. William Linares, 6-4 285 Sr. Best in Golden Palmdale League 22. Chase Moline, 6-2 250 Sr. Aggressive, Mission Viejo effective blocker 23. Pepe Letuli, 6-4 260 Sr. Making steady North Torrance progress 24. Sione Fua, Crespi 6-3 290 Jr. Keeps getting stronger 25. Cesar Larios, 6-3 320 Sr. Three-year starter Huntington Beach 26. John Miles, 6-6 260 Sr. All-Pacific Arcadia League last year 27. Tom Gonzalez, 6-3 280 Sr. Could be best in Camarillo Pacific View League

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