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A look at the top linebackers in the Southland:

September 09, 2004|Eric Sondheimer

*--* CITY SECTION Rk Name, School Ht. Wt. Yr. Comment 1 Luke Laolagi, 6-2 205 Sr. Three-year starter Birmingham 2 Zach Crossland, 6-3 210 Sr. Runs, hits with the Dorsey best 3 Kevin Garrett, 5-10 200 Sr. Fast, athletic, Narbonne fearless 4 Chad Lowe, Dorsey 5-11 225 Sr. Had 148 tackles 5 Courtney Williams, 6-2 190 Sr. 15 sacks at defensive Dorsey end 6 Lamar Brumfield, 6-2 220 Sr. Big-time hitter Carson 7 Reggie Carter, 6-1 225 Sr. Excellent middle Crenshaw linebacker 8 Jimmy Miller, Venice 6-1 220 Sr. Had 128 tackles 9 Byron Bullock, 6-0 200 Sr. Flies to the ball Birmingham 10 Patrick Hill, Fairfax 5-11 210 Jr. Had lots of tackles last season 11 Solomon Elimimian, 5-11 220 Sr. Can run down backs Crenshaw 12 Lamont Long, Narbonne 6-1 190 Sr. Outside LB with speed 13 Marc Alanis, Sylmar 6-1 200 Jr. Led team in tackles 14 Andre Bouvay, Fremont 6-2 220 Sr. Force in the middle SOUTHERN SECTION 1 Luthur Brown, 6-3 225 Sr. Looks and plays like Lakewood an adult 2 Adrian McCovey, 6-4 215 Sr. It's quite a Lakewood linebacker duo 3 Danny Rohr, Arroyo 6-2 230 Sr. Fast, athletic, tough Grande 4 Nathan Thomas, 6-1 220 Sr. Baseline League MVP Claremont 5 Brett Stevens, 6-3 215 Sr. Had nine sacks Peninsula 6 Kevin Ellison, 6-1 220 Sr. Terrific all-around Redondo athlete 7 Ryan Shotwell, Dos 6-3 225 Sr. Had 14 sacks Pueblos 8 Allen Bradford, 6-2 225 Jr. Already an Colton exceptional player 9 Corey Drennen, Kaiser 6-3 215 Sr. Has speed, instincts 10 Prince Hall, Moreno 5-11 239 Sr. Makes lots of tackles Valley 11 Marc Tyler, Oaks 6-1 205 So. A player who can do Christian anything 12 Jason Brown, L.B. 6-2 220 Sr. Had 85 tackles last Poly season 13 Chris Stevens, Mojave 6-1 195 Sr. Division IV 200 champion 14 Rick Elmore, Grace 6-5 230 Jr. Had 24 sacks at Brethren defensive end 15 Mitchell Monteiro, 6-2 210 Sr. 82 unassisted tackles Paso Robles 16 Ronnie Williams, 6-1 225 Sr. Returning league MVP Arroyo 17 William Alo, L.B. 6-0 220 Sr. Three-year starter Poly 18 Josh Gage, Edison 6-0 200 Sr. Athletic, tough, smart 19 Jared Fano, Fountain 6-0 215 Sr. Had nine sacks Valley 20 Trevor Theriot, 6-1 230 Sr. Has good speed Nwprt. Harbor 21 Mark Johnson, Culver 6-2 215 Jr. A rising talent City 22 Jonathan Cornell, 6-3 210 Jr. Can be impact player Bishop Amat 23 Marcello Simmons, 6-2 195 Sr. Another Simmons to Lynwood shine 24 David Buehler, 6-2 205 Sr. He's finally healthy Anaheim Canyon 25 Todd Chisom, Beverly 6-1 220 Sr. All-Bay League Hills standout 26 Jerry Milling, 5-11 215 Sr. Was All-Division III Palmdale lineman 27 Ryan Colletta, C.C. 6-3 200 Sr. A-student with Canyon mobility -- Eric Sondheim er

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