It's not a deep year for offensive linemen in the West, but there is some serious talent at the top, including studs from Utah (Martinez and Sua-Filo), Oregon (Siddoway), Hawaii (Hasiak) and California (Graf and Philipp).
The UCLA prospects are designated with an **.
2. Xavier Su'a-Filo, Provo (Utah) Timpview**
Su'a-Filo is another athletic tackle who looks like he could be a tight end in college.
3. Michael Philipp, San Bernardino (Calif.) Arroyo Valley**
One of the better run-blocking linemen in the country.
4. Stan Hasiak, Kapolei (Hawaii) Kapolei**
Firmly entrenched himself as a top prospect after a strong showing at the USC Rising Stars camp.
5. Charles Siddoway, Eugene (Ore.) Sheldon**
The top offensive lineman in the Pacific Northwest.
8. Kevin Danser, San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep**
The top offensive lineman in the Bay Area.
9. Gavin Pascarella, Corona (Calif.) Centennial**
Ryan Bass loved to run behind him last year and Arthur Burns will enjoy it this season.
10. Danny Kistler, Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea
Teamed with Enger to form one of the best offensive lines in the West.
Other Tackles to Watch (in alphabetical order):
Adam Murray, Rohnert Park (Calif.) Rancho Cotate
David Born, Bakersfield (Calif.) West
Dustin Hodge, Tollhouse (Calif.) Sierra
Jeremiah Tofaeno, Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne
John Braun, Albany (Ore) West Albany- Oregon State
Jordan Johnson, Corona (Calif.) Santiago
Junior Fiefia, Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis
Marcus Cuellar, Independence (Ore.) Central
Matt McCarthy, Sacramento (Calif.) Christian Brothers
Pablo Ryan, Fairfield (Calif.) Vanden
Percy Taumoelau, Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood
Ryan Shott, Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capistrano Valley
William Prescott, Riverside (Calif.) King
1. John Martinez, Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood**
A big, physical presence inside, is one of the elite guards nationally.
6. Benson Ma'afala, Honolulu (Hawaii) Damien
The top inside lineman on the Islands.
7. Trevor Fox, Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral- Oregon
Chaparral has had one of the best running attacks in the Southland, and Fox is a big reason why.
8. Kapua Sai, Honolulu (Hawaii) Damien
He and Ma'afala team up for an outstanding line pair.
9. Caylin Hauptmann, Beverly Hills (Calif.)**
His performance at the UnderArmour/Scout.com Combine in Los Angeles was one of the best.
10. Brock Morris, Redlands (Calif.)
Has a lot of nasty in him and plays much bigger than his size.
Other Guards to Watch (in alphabetical order):
Benson Ma'afala, Mililani (Hawaii)
Blake Verhaalen, Oregon City (Ore)
Chauncey Makainai, Kailua (Hawaii)
David Cundiff, Sacramento (Calif.) McClatchy
Jacob Gowan, Santa Rosa (Calif.) Cardinal Newman
Jake Amaya, Menifee (Calif.) Paloma Valley
Jamaal Burrell, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Jordan Nesbitt, Rupert (Idaho) Minico
Joshua Andrews, Ontario (Calif.) Colony
Kala Friel, Honolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha
Kyle Hofman, Eastsound (Wash.) Orcas Island- Montana
Kyle Johnson, Sandy (Utah) Jordan
Makana Hoopai, Baldwin (Hawaii) Wailuku
Mark Clampitt, Torrance (Calif.) West
Matt Shinn, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos
Max Wagenknecht, Napa (Calif.)
Mike Beaton, Dallas (Ore)- Oregon State
Parker Robertson, Minden (Nev.) Douglas County
Rick Aversano, Newhall (Calif.) Hart
Ryan Mulitalo, West Valley City (Utah) Hunter- BYU
Sebastian Valenzuela, Burbank (Calif.) Burroughs
1. Hunter Blackmore, Kent (Wash.) Kentwood
The best pure center in the West, Blackmore opened a lot of holes for Demetrius Bronson.
2. Anthony Luna, Spokane (Wash.) Gonzaga Prep
3. Graham Vickers, Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch
4. Mitch Gaulke, West Linn (Ore.)
5. Luke Spencer, Kapolei (Hawaii)