An early look at the top ten defensive ends in the West for the class of 2014...
West: Early Top Ten Defensive Ends
Arizona, Boise State, California, Colorado, Mississippi, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin
Lealao is a great looking prospect and one of the top five players in the West this year regardless of position. At 6-4, 280 pounds, Lealao has an NFL body but shows amazing quickness getting off the ball. He does a great job using his hands to get off blocks and has superior closing speed. With his frame and natural strength, Lealao could move inside down the road and his versatility is another thing that sets him apart, he's capable of playing anywhere on theline in any system and being a difference maker.
Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, USC, Utah, Washington
Cunningham has elite level athleticism that really jumps off the screen. He plays fast and can really get up the field. He can rush the passer, play the run and makes hustle plays when teams run a way from him. His first step is extremely quick and his closing speed is that of a linebacker. He plays with a lot of energy and passion and his size and skill set project very well to the next level.