ScoutTV: David DeCastro (OL)

Half of the Pac-10 decided by March to offer Bellevue (Wash.) High School offensive lineman David DeCastro. To see why, check out these four minutes of highlight clips from his junior season (including the state championship game), as the 6'4" 285-pound road grader clears out holes for the Wolverines rushing offense that racked up 4,900 yards last fall.

He was the center of the Bellevue (Wash.) High School offense that helped the Wolverines to an undefeated 14-0 season and state championship.  David DeCastro can also play guard, where a number of colleges are recruiting him, and next fall he will play tackle on the Bellevue offensive line.  He is versatile, while also a physical player who fires off the ball and finishes his blocks downfield.  In these four minutes of clips from his senior season (most of them in the state championship game versus Kennedy), you can watch him punish defensive linemen and opponents in the second and third level of the defense.

"He's one of the few top D-I offensive linemen out there that could legitimately play all five positions along the line," says Northwest recruiting analyst Chris Fetters.  "He's a strong technician.  He needs to keep ramping up his strength numbers to be the overpowering lineman that he's capable of being."

David DeCastro Scout Profile

#52 C David DeCastro highlights vs. Kennedy -

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