Final California OL Rankings- Class of 2011

Anaheim Servite's Troy Niklas and Chico Pleasant Valley's Jordan Rigsbee lead the Golden State's list of the top offensive lineman in California in 2011...

CENTERS

1. Alex Kelley
Vista (Calif.)- Committed to Colorado
The best offensive lineman in San Diego County, helped team to CIF-San Diego title.

2. Andrew Main
Los Alamitos (Calif.)- Committed to Nevada
Anchored one of the best offensive lines in Orange County.

3. Justin Satele
San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Helped paved the way for one of the best backfields in NorCal.

OFFENSIVE GUARDS

1. Jordan Rigsbee
Chico (Calif.) Pleasant Valley- Committed to California
The top interior offensive lineman in the Golden State in the 2011 class. Named U.S. Army All-American.

2. Isaac Luatua
La Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Alabama
Top interior offensive lineman in Southern California, was an Offense-Defense All-American.

3. Marcus Martin
Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw- Committed to USC
The best offensive lineman in the City Section, was named an Offense-Defense All-American.

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4. Siaosi Aiono
Covina (Calif.) South Hills- Committed to Utah
Athletic offensive lineman who plays with nastiness on the field.

5. Dontae Levingston
Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne- Committed to SMU
Plays tackle for high school team but will slide inside in college.

Next 5 (8-12)
6. Brent Walker, Norco (Calif.)- Committed to
7. Ben Wysocki, Los Alamitos (Calif.)- Committed to UCLA
8. Jamal Prater, Etiwanda (Calif.)- Committed to Oregon
9. Daniel Murray, Encinitas (Calif.) Torrey Pines- Committed to Cincinnati
10. Jacob Welter, Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista- Committed to Ohio

OFFENSIVE TACKLES

1. Troy Niklas
Anaheim (Calif.) Servite
The top offensive lineman in the Golden State, helped team to back-to-back berth's in the state title game.

2. Torian White
Lakewood (Calif.)- Committed to UCLA
Athletic offensive lineman still has his best football in front of him.  Offense-Defense All-American.

3. Akeem Gonzales
Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany
Versatile two-way lineman could play on either side of the ball.

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4. Bryan Peters
La Mirada (Calif.)- Committed to Kansas
One of three D-I linemen for the Matadores.

4. Stephan Nembot
Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep- Committed to Washington
Cameroon native came to the U.S. to play basketball and has turned into a D-I football prospect.

Next 5 (6-10)
6. Adam Sheffield, San Jose (Calif.) Branham- Committed to Boise State
7. Taylor Reich, San Diego (Calif.) Westview- Committed to SMU
8. Jordan Smith, Redlands (Calif.)- Committed to San Diego State
9. Brian Farley, San Diego (Calif.) Patrick Henry
10. Brian Moran, Atherton (Calif.) Sacred Heart

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