2014 Final West State Rankings

Check out how UCLA prospects and commits shape up in the final West state rankings of the 2014 class...

West State Rankings
Arizona | Big Sky | California
Colorado | Hawaii | Nevada
New Mexico | Oregon | Utah |
Washington | West 150

The final California Top 100 is led by two of the premier two-way prospects in the country, Gardena (Calif.) Serra five-star cornerback Adoree Jackson and Long Beach (Calif.) Poly five-star safety Juju Smith, who went wire-to-wire as the top two prospects in the Golden State. A pair of running backs are 3-4, Oakley (Calif.) Freedom's Joe Mixon and Imperial (Calif.) back Royce Freeman. Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco five-star guard Damien Mama rounds out the top five.

In the Arizona Top 75, the nation's top-ranked quarterback, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain's Kyle Allen, heads the list and the West's No. 1 offensive tackle, Casey Tucker, is second in the state.

The Washington Top 40 has Bellevue (Wash.) safety Budda Baker at the top of the state rankings followed by two-way Fife (Wash.) lineman Kaleb McGarry.

The Colorado Top 40 boasts a pair of Army All-American running backs at the top, Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian's Christian McCaffrey and Englewood (Colo.) Cherry Creek's Nathan Starks.

The Utah Top 35 has the nation's top tight end leading the way in South Jordan (Utah) Bingham's Dalton Schultz and the West's top defensive tackle, Salt Lake City (Utah) Highland's Bryan Mone right behind him.

The Oregon Top 20 is led by the rivals in the Holy Bowl, Portland (Ore.) Jesuit linebackerJoey Alfieri at No. 1 and Portland (Ore.) Central Catholc defensive tackle Connor Humphreys at No. 2.

The Nevada Top 25, has a pair of four-star Semper Fidelis All-American offensive tackles leading the list in Henderson (Nev.) Green Valley's Tyrell Crosby and Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman's Nick Gates.

The Hawaii Top 20 has four defensive prospects leading the postseason list, led by Honolulu (Hawaii) Kaiser middle linebackerFitou Fisiiahi and Kapolei (Hawaii) defensive end Kingston Fernandez.

The Big Sky Top 15, which covers Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, has a strong Idaho contingent, including the top two prospects, Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) tight end Chase Blakley and Boise (Idaho) Timberline defensive end Don Hill.

The New Mexico Top 5 boasts Rio Rancho (N.M.) Cleveland defensive tackleDesmond Branch at the top and Albuquerque (N.M.) Sandia defensive end Cameron Bean.

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