1. Foster Sarell, Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin
The top tackle nationally and possibly the top offensive prospect the Northwest has seen, Sarell will be a four-year starter and an instant impact lineman.
2. Austin Jackson, Phoenix (Ariz.) North Canyon
The top prospect in the Southwest this year, Jackson is a long and athletic tackle with plenty of nasty.
3. Jake Moretti, Arvada (Colo.) Pomona
Colorado's top offensive lineman gave an early commitment to Ohio State Buckeyes.
4. Alijah Vera-Tucker, Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd
The top tackle prospect in the Bay Area, a number of Pac-12 schools are battling for the four-star.
5. Chuck Filiaga, Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta
Filiaga could play on either side of the ball in college but most schools like his upside on the offensive line.
6. Dontae Powell, Richland (Wash.)
A nasty and powerful tackle, Powell could play left or right tackle, and play it at a high level.
7. Jalen McKenzie, Concord (Calif.) Clayton Valley
An ACL injury robbed McKenzie of his junior year but he's back and healthy and ready for a big spring that should really help his recruitment take off.
8. Kanan Ray, Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon
Ray committed early on in the process to UCLA, choosing the Bruins from double-digit offers.
9. Alex Forsyth, West Linn (Ore.)
10. Andrew Vorhees, Kingsburg (Calif.)
Vorhees is the top lineman in Central California and has a slew of Pac-12 offers already to choose from.
-National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins and Director of Recruiting Brandon Huffman compiled these rankings.