Updated DL Rankings

Check out the depth of this group

Our defensive line rankings were just as tough to do as the LBs. From top to bottom, there are a bunch of very talented football players with nearly all of them being courted by D1 schools. Opposing QBs watch out this year for this fearsome bunch.

Defensive Linemen (6/24/2005)


1. Jon Hargis

6'4 295

Red Mountain

2. Jermaine Williams

6'4 255


3. John Romero

6'5 290


4. Isaiah Smart

6'0 195

Moon Valley

5. Cody Anderson

6'4 256

Apache Junction

6. Sammy Salamasina

6'2 230

Moon Valley

7. Dontay Moch

6'3 215


8. Brian Dean

6'2 225


9. Anthony Freeman

6'0 230


10. Brooks Reed

6'3 215


11. Sean Humphrey

6'2 230


12. Andrew Berryhill

6'4 230


13. Jeff Jones

6'3 250


14. Mitchel Hunt

6'3 250

Corona del Sol

15. Everson Griffen

6'3 255

Agua Fria

16. Kyle Mataszewski

6'3 205


17. James Brooks

6'6 260


18. Will Osolinsky

6'6 250

North Canyon

19. Jacob Nichol

6'1 235

Sunrise Mountain

20. Travis House

6'3 215



Others To Watch:


Josh Linden- Apache Junction, Nick Kelley- Arizona Lutheran, Josh Rohr- Buena, Aaron Tevis- Canyon del Oro, Brett Booen-Catalina Foothills, Tom Ramsey- Centennial, Jake Samia- Chandler, Tony Pawlak- Chandler, Jaime Cassillas- Coolidge, Gabe Hernandez- Cornado, Andy Stitt-Corona, Robert Holbrook- Corona, Nathan Burns- Glendale, Craig Lacey- Glendale, JD Hanley- Greenway, Max Dewitt- Highland, Danny Stephens- Highland, Gavin McDowell- Highland, Andrew de la Torre- Ironwood, John Hicks- Kingman, Justin Howe- Mesa Mt.View, Dan Huber- Mesa Mt.View, Tony Lewis- Millennium, Matt Guyer- Mohave, Mike Moore- Mt. Pointe, Tyler Graft- Mt. Pointe, Spencer Ast- Mt. Ridge, Luis Villarreal- North, Andy Wickizer- Queen Creek, Kevin Daly- Red Mountain, Kyle Agustine- Sabino, Chance Wright- Sahuaro, Kris Poindexter- Westview, Miguel Esparza- Westwood,  Nick Anderson- Winslow 



























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