Concord (Calif.) Clayton Valley defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie, a Tennessee commit, held on to the top spot in the final 2015 Scout 300, and stayed atop the West 150 for the Class of 2015. It's the first time since Sacramento's Arik Armstead and Shaq Thompson were 1-2 in the final 2012 West 150, that Northern California is home to the region's top prospect in the final West 150.
Southern California produced the next two though, with Long Beach (Calif.) Poly cornerback Iman Marshall, the nation's No. 1 cornerback prospect at No. 2 and Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco quarterback Josh Rosen (UCLA), the country's No. 1 quarterback prospect at No. 3.
Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou defensive end Canton Kaumatule (Oregon) comes in at No. 4, the highest ranked player from the Islands since another Punahou product, Manti Te'o, was No. 2 in the West 150 in 2009.
Utah boasts the No. 5 product in the West in Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton linebacker Osa Masina, the top overall prospect in the Beehive State.
Gardena (Calif.) Serra is no stranger to the top ten in the West 150, and defensive lineman Rasheem Green is ranked No. 6 in the West.
California led the way in placing players in the West 150. Here is the state-by-state breakdown:California: 100
New Mexico: 1
When it comes to positional breakdown, there are more cornerbacks and receivers in the West 150 than any other position:
Wide Receiver: 22
Offensive Tackle: 14
Outside Linebacker: 12
Defensive End: 12
Offensive Guard: 11
Defensive Tackle: 9
Running Back: 8
Middle Linebacker: 7
Tight End: 5
Here is the final West 150 for the class of 2015.
National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins), National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager Brandon Huffman (@BrandonHuffman), Southwest Recruiting Analyst Jason Jewell (@jason247scout) and Mountain Recruiting Analyst Doug Kimmel (@DougKimmelScout) contributed to these rankings.