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Top high school offensive linemen for 2011

Travis Averill of Anaheim Servite, Jordan Simmons of Encino Crespi, and Max Tuerk of Santa Margarita are among the best offensive linemen in Southern California's high schools.

August 26, 2011|Eric Sondheimer
  • Servite lineman Travis Averill has committed to powerhouse Boise State.
Servite lineman Travis Averill has committed to powerhouse Boise State. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles…)

Top high school offensive linemen

(Name; school; height; weight; class; comment.)

Travis Averill; Servite; 6-4; 280; senior; Boise State commit is stronger, quicker.

David Barajas; St. Bonaventure; 6-3; 307; senior; best in the Marmonte League.

Colby Cyburt; Mission Viejo; 6-5; 275; senior; gaining interest rapidly among college recruiters.

Taylor Hindy; Chaminade; 6-4; 300; senior; a pancake maker.

John Lopez; Orange Lutheran; 6-5; 315; junior; ready to be Trinity League standout.

Austin Maas; Mission Viejo; 6-4; 280; senior; committed to San Diego State.

Kyle Murphy; San Clemente; 6-7; 268; senior; top blocker, top student.

Jordan Simmons; Crespi; 6-5; 325; senior; college coaches in bunches want him.

Max Tuerk; Santa Margarita; 6-6; 296; senior; USC commit is in a class by himself.

Garrett Weinreich; Arroyo Grande; 6-5; 290; senior; a versatile player with size.

Lacy Westbrook; Dominguez; 6-5; 300; senior; offensive guard with lots of ability.

Others

Dejon Allen; Dominguez; 6-3; 265; senior; has college offers.

Beau Boyster; St. John Bosco; 6-4; 280; senior; veteran of Trinity League battles.

Christopher Caswell; Riverside Notre Dame; 6-7; 265; senior; has the size to be a standout.

Zachary Cody; Trabuco Hills; 6-2; 260; junior; all-leaguer.

Nick Enriguez; Chino Hills; 6-5; 275; senior; All-CIF pick.

Isaiah Folasa; Corona Santiago; 6-3; 300; senior; committed to UCLA.

Carl Hulick; Esperanza; 6-3; 280; senior; hard worker with improving strength.

Cameron Hunt; Corona Centennial; 6-4; 255; junior; as he gets stronger, beware.

Lio Lafale; Corona Centennial; 6-3; 335; senior; leader of what should be a top line group.

Marcus Manley; Fairfax; 6-2; 260; senior; can be All-City player.

Jonathan Miller; Morro Bay; 6-3; 290; senior; co-lineman of year in Los Padres League.

Mark Moreno; Huntington Park; 6-1; 250; senior; best in Eastern League.

Matt Pantell; Chino; 6-3; 275; senior; helped team go 11-1 in 2010.

Marcus Piechowski; Oaks Christian; 6-5; 245; senior; two-way starter.

Colin Prestesater; Crespi; 6-6; 285; senior; Glendora transfer is highly regarded.

Dominique Robertson; Redlands East Valley; 6-5; 290; senior; returning all-leaguer.

Eric Rodriguez; Palmdale; 6-3; 275; senior; three-year starter.

Derek Sabo; Lakewood; 6-3; 260; senior; knows how to pass block.

Anthony Sarrocco; Moorpark; 6-4; 260; senior; one of best in Marmonte League.

Coleman Shelton; Loyola; 6-4; 261; junior; has chance to be a standout.

Kelvin Shelton; Rancho Verde; 6-3; 262; senior; a physical player.

Riley Sorenson; Santa Margarita; 6-5; 318; junior; he keeps getting better.

Colin Sutton; Orange Lutheran; 6-5; 290; junior; part of the Lancers' twin towers.

Cameron Turner; Rancho Cucamonga; 6-2; 290; senior; All-CIF in 2010.

Corey Whitaker; Vista Murrieta; 6-5; 255; senior; he's big and also a shot putter.

Ricky Wolff; Crespi; 6-3; 233; senior; has worked hard to become major contributor.

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