West 2011 Final Rankings: OL

Two of UCLA's commits, Torian White and Ben Wysocki, make the list of the West's top offensive linemen in the class of 2011...

CENTERS

1. Alex Kelley
Vista (Calif.)- Committed to Colorado
The best offensive lineman in San Diego County, helped team to CIF-San Diego title.

2. A.C. Patterson
Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman- Committed to UTEP
Top offensive lineman from Nevada and has a high football I.Q..

3. Andrew Main
Los Alamitos (Calif.)- Committed to Nevada
Anchored one of the best offensive lines in Orange County.

4. Jake Abbott
Peoria (Ariz.) Centennial- Committed to Northern Arizona
Athletic and bright player.

5. Justin Satele
San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Helped paved the way for one of the best backfields in NorCal.

OFFENSIVE GUARDS

1. Christian Westerman
Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton- Committed to Auburn
The nation's top offensive guard, college ready right now.  Named UnderArmour All-American.

2. Cyrus Hobbi
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro- Committed to USC
Under Armour All American is one of most athletic linemen in the country.

3. Jordan Rigsbee
Chico (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
Spanish Fork (Utah)- Committed to Utah
Massive athlete that can run and really lay the lumber.

5. Isaac Luatua
La Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Alabama
Top interior offensive lineman in Southern California, was an Offense-Defense All-American.

6. Marcus Martin
Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw- Committed to USC
The best offensive lineman in the City Section, was named an Offense-Defense All-American.

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7. Siaosi Aiono
Covina (Calif.) South Hills- Committed to Utah
Athletic offensive lineman who plays with nastiness on the field.

8. Dontae Levingston
Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne- Committed to SMU
Plays tackle for high school team but will slide inside in college.

9. Brent Walker
Norco (Calif.)
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

OFFENSIVE TACKLES

1. Troy Niklas
Anaheim (Calif.) Servite
The top offensive lineman in the Golden State, helped team to back-to-back berth's in the state title game.

2. Andre Yruretagoyena
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral- Committed to Oregon
Long, lean and nasty, was an UnderArmour All-American.

3. Paulay Asiata
Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis- Committed to Washington
Country strong; easily best OL on islands.

4. Tyler Johnstone
Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton- Committed to Oregon
Teamed with Westerman for the best tackle tandem in the country. U.S. Army All-American

5. Torian White
Lakewood (Calif.)- Committed to UCLA
Athletic offensive lineman still has his best football in front of him.  Offense-Defense All-American.

6. Ryker Mathews
American Fork (Utah)- Committed to BYU
Has great feet, also brings balance to the trenches.  Named a U.S. Army All-American.

7. Dan Kristensen
Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood- Committed to Utah
Keeps decent pad level despite height; has no problem moving people around.

8. Akeem Gonzales
Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany
Versatile two-way lineman could play on either side of the ball.

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9. Bryan Peters
La Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Kansas
One of three D-I linemen for the Matadores.

10. Ului Lapuaho
West Valley City (Utah) Hunter- Committed to BYU
Certainly has the physical makeup to be a quick tackle prospect.

Next 10 (11-20)
11. Stephan Nembot, Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep- Committed to Washington
12. Ryan Nowicki, Glendale (Ariz.) Cactus- Committed to Penn State
13. Jacob Arzouman, Tucson (Ariz.) Salpointe- Committed to Arizona
14. Dexter Charles, Stanwood (Wash.) Committed to Washington
15. James Euscher, Aloha (Ore.)- Committed to Oregon
16. Adam Sheffield, San Jose (Calif.) Branham- Committed to Boise State
17. Taylor Reich, San Diego (Calif.) Westview- Committed to SMU
18. Jordan Smith, Redlands (Calif.)- Committed to San Diego State
19. Jordan Hicks, South Jordan (Utah) Bingham- Committed to Utah State
20. Brian Farley, San Diego (Calif.) Patrick Henry

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