|1. Alex Kelley|
(Calif.)- Committed to Colorado|
The best offensive lineman in San Diego County, helped team to CIF-San Diego title.
|2. A.C. Patterson|
Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman- Committed to UTEP|
Top offensive lineman from Nevada and has a high football I.Q..
|3. Andrew Main|
Alamitos (Calif.)- Committed to Nevada
Anchored one of the best offensive lines in Orange County.
|4. Jake Abbott|
(Ariz.) Centennial- Committed to Northern Arizona
Athletic and bright player.
|5. Justin Satele|
Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Helped paved the way for one of the best backfields in NorCal.
|1. Christian Westerman|
(Ariz.) Hamilton- Committed to Auburn
The nation's top offensive guard, college ready right now. Named UnderArmour All-American.
|2. Cyrus Hobbi|
(Ariz.) Saguaro- Committed to USC|
Under Armour All American is one of most athletic linemen in the country.
|3. Jordan Rigsbee|
(Calif.) Pleasant Valley- Committed to California|
The top interior offensive lineman in the Golden State in the 2011 class. Named U.S. Army All-American.
|4. Isaac Asiata|
Fork (Utah)- Committed to Utah
Massive athlete that can run and really lay the lumber.
|5. Isaac Luatua|
Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Alabama
Top interior offensive lineman in Southern California, was an Offense-Defense All-American.
|6. Marcus Martin|
Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw- Committed to USC
The best offensive lineman in the City Section, was named an Offense-Defense All-American.
|7. Siaosi Aiono|
(Calif.) South Hills- Committed to Utah
Athletic offensive lineman who plays with nastiness on the field.
|8. Dontae Levingston|
City (Calif.) Narbonne- Committed to SMU
Plays tackle for high school team but will slide inside in college.
|9. Brent Walker|
Ohio native was a big reason that the Cougars ran for over 6,000 yards in 2009 and 2010.
|10. Ben Wysocki|
|Los Alamitos (Calif.)- Committed to UCLA
Athletic lineman can play any of the three line positions.
|Next 10 (11-20)|
|11. Jamal Prater, Etiwanda (Calif.)- Committed to Oregon
12. Marcus Henry, Bellevue (Wash.)- Committed to Boise State
13. Daniel Murray, Encinitas (Calif.) Torrey Pines- Committed to Cincinnati
14. Jacob Welter, Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista- Committed to Ohio
15. Siosifa Tufunga, Long Beach (Calif.) Jordan- Committed to Washington
16. Thomas Gomez, Graham (Wash.) Graham-Kapowsin
17. Alex Mitchell, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson
18. Vi Teofilo, Phoenix (Ariz.) Moon Valley- Committed to Arizona State
19. Justin Addie, Mesa (Ariz.) Skyline- Committed to Oregon State
20. E.J. Galvez, La Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Nevada
|1. Troy Niklas|
The top offensive lineman in the Golden State, helped team to back-to-back berth's in the state title game.
|2. Andre Yruretagoyena|
(Ariz.) Chaparral- Committed to Oregon|
Long, lean and nasty, was an UnderArmour All-American.
|3. Paulay Asiata|
(Hawaii) St. Louis- Committed to Washington
Country strong; easily best OL on islands.
|4. Tyler Johnstone|
(Ariz.) Hamilton- Committed to Oregon
Teamed with Westerman for the best tackle tandem in the country. U.S. Army All-American
|5. Torian White|
(Calif.)- Committed to UCLA
Athletic offensive lineman still has his best football in front of him. Offense-Defense All-American.
|6. Ryker Mathews|
Fork (Utah)- Committed to BYU|
Has great feet, also brings balance to the trenches. Named a U.S. Army All-American.
|7. Dan Kristensen|
Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood- Committed to Utah
Keeps decent pad level despite height; has no problem moving people around.
|8. Akeem Gonzales|
Hills (Calif.) Alemany
Versatile two-way lineman could play on either side of the ball.
|9. Bryan Peters|
Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Kansas
One of three D-I linemen for the Matadores.