|1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins|
Harbor (Wash.)- Committed to Washington
Arguably top tight end in the country; has complete package of size, speed, hands and toughness.
|2. Junior Pomee|
Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde|
May have the best hands of any receiver or tight end in the West.
|3. Dillon van der Wal|
Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian|
Soft hands as a receiver, quick motor as a defender.
|4. Troy Niklas|
Niklas' future could be as an offensive lineman.
|5. Raymond Nelson|
(Calif.) Christian- Committed to UCLA
Versatile two-way player who was all-state as a defensive end.
|6. Colby Jorgensen|
(Utah) Timpview- Committed to BYU
Huge target with great hands and feet.
|7. Jarett Finau|
(Wash.) Juanita- Committed to Washington
Really emerged as an athletic end in the past six months.
|8. Sam Meredith|
Mesa (Calif.) Helix
Big and strong athlete could grow into an offensive lineman down the line.
|9. Brock Haman|
Versatile player could play four spots in college.
|10. Micah Kalepa|
|Honolulu (Hawaii) Pac-Five
Gained 35 pounds in a year; could be an excellent OT prospect in college.
|Next 10 (11-20)|
|11. Mansel Simmons, Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon
12. Robert Craighead, Lakeside (Calif.) El Capitan
13. Wallace Gonzalez, La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat
14. Shairone Thompson, Kahuku (Hawaii)
15. R.J. Rickert, Gilbert (Ariz.) Mesquite
16. Tyler Bergsten, Phoenix (Ariz.) Greenway
17. Brendan Pineda, Tolleson (Ariz.)
18. Joe Farmer, Snoqualime (Wash.) Mount Si
19. Hayden Plinke, Hillsboro (Ore.) Glencoe
20. Benton Bray, Kingsburg (Ore.)