In a region full of standout defensive linemen, Rusty Fernando from Apache Junction High School may have had the best season of them all.
Everyone knows about Corey Adams, Craig Roh and Justin Jungblut but few talked about Fernando (6-3 195) this year. He let his game do the talking as he racked up 99 tackles and 12 sacks for the Prospectors, helping them to an 8-3 record.
Rusty does not currently have an offer but is hearing from NAU.
See him and his high motor in action here (#56):
AJ plays Cienega this Friday in the 1st round of the 4A1 state playoffs.
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