Top Prospects: Mt. San Antonio/Cerritos

When Mt. San Antonio (10-1) and Cerritos (8-3) take the field on Saturday in the So Cal Championship Game, plenty of talented prospects will be on display. JCFootball.com takes a look at five players from each squad and which four-year schools are after them...

Cerritos

TE Clark Evans - The Colorado bounceback is a talent prospect who has had a big season for the Falcons hauling in 28 receptions for 377 yards and nine touchdowns. Evans received All-Conference honors this season.

Schools showing interest: Akron (offer); Utah; Arizona; Utah State; Iowa State; Oklahoma State


S Daniel Roundtree - Roundtree is a big, physical safety prospect who has schools from all over looking at him. Through last week, Roundtree had posted 53 tackles and two interceptions on the season.

Schools showing interest: Arkansas, Colorado, Colorado State, Iowa State, Kansas State, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah


S Chris Metcalf - Metcalf started next to All-American Keith McGill last year, so he didn't get a lot of attention from observers, but this year he garnered First Team All-Conference honors.

Schools showing interest: Arkansas, Colorado, Colorado State, Iowa State, Nevada, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah


DT Fred Lavulo - Lavulo doesn't put up big numbers in Cerritos' scheme, but his job as a nose tackle is to take up blockers and that's what he does with a passion and earned Unanimous First Team All-Conference honors this season, posting 19 tackles and 2.5 tackles-for-loss.

Schools showing interest: Iowa State, Kansas State, Fresno State, San Diego State, Washington State


DE Alauna Finau - Alauna is a big-time player and had a solid sophomore season for the Falcons posting 30 tackles, nine tackles-for-loss and six sacks so far this season and earned Second Team All-Conference honors.

Schools showing interest: Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, Washington State, Akron, Toledo, Iowa, Iowa State


Mt. San Antonio

OT Tino Tuilata - Tuilata was named a Unanimous First-Team All-Conference player after an outstanding sophomore season.

Schools showing interest: Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Arizona, Colorado, California, UCLA, Washington, Idaho, Houston and many more


OG Junior Salt - Salt is big and physical and he plays with a nasty attitude. Some schools even project him on the defensive side of the ball. He's strong and athletic. Like Tuilata, Salt received Unanimous First Team All-Conference honors.

Schools showing interest: Arizona (offer), Arizona State (offer), Auburn, BYU (offer), Colorado (offer), Iowa State (offer), Kansas State (offer), Miami (Fl), Oregon, Oregon State (offer), Utah (offer), Utah State (offer)


WR Alonzo Agwuenu - Agwuenu has several offers to his name and is a big, athletic wideout that schools covet. So far this season, Agwuenu has led the Mounties with 61 receptions for 928 yards and 15 touchdowns and received First Team All-Conference honors.

Schools showing interest: Akron (offer), Arizona State (offer), Kentucky (offer), Nevada (offer), Oregon State (offer), Utah State (offer), Washington, Western Michigan (offer)


DE Koliniasi Leota - Leota earned First Team All-Conference honors this season after posting 35 tackles, 13 tackles-for-loss, six sacks and two interceptions.

Schools showing interest: Miami (Fl), Oregon State (offer), Utah (offer), Washington State, Idaho, Utah State, Arkansas, Tennessee


LB John Tauteoli - Tauteoli also received Unanimous First Team All-Conference honors this season using his instincts and athleticism to post 43 tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and one sack for the Mounties.

Schools showing interest: Oregon State, Idaho, Arizona State, Texas Tech, Baylor, Houston, Southern Miss


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