Updated: Jul 29, 2018
21. DANIEL STOKES
WR / QB - MADISON
The versatile athlete can play just about any position on offense. Last year he threw for 388 yards and 7 TDs, ran for 280 yards and a TD and caught 349 yards with 4 TDs. With offers already from D2 and the Ivy League look for more offers to come his way in the fall.
22. QUINN ROFF
DE - SAN MARCOS
An absolute KNIGHTmare for offensive lines coming off the edge he had 10.5 sacks and 16.5 TFL as a junior. On offense he’s a match up problem for defenses hauling in 3 TDs at tight end last season. Look for another strong year for the big man on the end of the line on both sides of the ball for the Knights.
23. JAVELLE BROWN
FS / WR - MIRA MESA
While he is being recruited mostly as a safety, Brown will be one of the go-to guys for the Marauders on offense too. On the track he is one of Mira Mesa’s fastest sprinters running a 11.36 100m time. He has already been offered by BYU and will see more D1 offers as the season progresses and he continues to prove himself.
24. JAYDEN WICKWARE
ATH - SAN DIEGO
“Wind” of the” Earth, Wind and Fire” play making trio for the Cavers blew by defenders as a junior. He had 807 rushing yards and 6 TDs to go along with 226 receiving yards and 2 TDs. The division 1 offers are starting to come in and with his 4.0 GPA any university would be lucky to land Wickware.
25. CARSON DRAKE
OL / DL - SANTA FE CHRISTIAN
The man in the middle of the line for the Eagles in all 3 phases of the game had a strong junior year. Drake had 71 tackles, 10 TFL, 3 punt blocks, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries and 30 pancake blocks. The ironman played over 130 snaps a game and in the classroom he has a 4.18 GPA and a 1390 SAT score. He has received FCS offers and should have his pick of a wide variety of schools when his senior campaign is over.
26. JAMAHD MONROE
WR / DB - LINCOLN
On offense last year the Hornet had 460 receiving yards and 6 TDs. With much of last year’s receiving corps graduating Monroe will be Lincoln’s go-to guy on the perimeter. The playmaker has already received multiple division 1 offers and should continue to see more as the season progresses.
27. JADAN WASHINGTON
TE / DE - MISSION HILLS
The converted quarterback shined at tight end last season for the Grizzlies. At 6’3” 230 lbs. he has the size that college coaches are looking for too. Washington has already received offers from FCS and division 2 schools and should see more coming his way in the fall.
28. LUKA TRIFUNOVIC
T / G - LA COSTA CANYON
The 6’5” 250 lb. tackle is a monster on the field and in the class room which is why he’s already received an offer from the Ivy league and other FCS schools. His 4.2 GPA and 1300 SAT score are impressive and so is his athletic versatility which he shows off as a member of the LCC tennis team.
29. THADEO CAMPBELL
WR - CENTRAL
The Spartan had and eye popping 11 INTs (2 brought back for TDs), which was good enough to be an Imperial Valley League record and 3rd in the state of California for 2017. He also added 69 tackles. On the offensive side of the ball Campbell had 929 receiving yards and 7 TDs.
30. PAYSON CAMPISANO
OL / DL - TORREY PINES
The Falcon comes from an athletic bloodline, his father played basketball at San Diego State, his mom at Northern Arizona and his sister at Cal Poly after transferring from Oregon. The stand out on both sides of the ball will be the next in the family tree to have a college career with offers already from FCS schools.
31. RIKKI MAZZETTI
QB - VALLEY CENTER
The Jaguars’ signal caller comes into his senior season with 2 years of varsity experience under his belt. So far the three-sport star has thrown for 4371 yards and 37 touchdowns in his career. Mazetti helped lead Valley Canter to a perfect league record last season and will look to do it again in 2018.
32. GABE SOLIS
FS / WR - LA JOLLA
The Vikings’ go-to guy had 1,433 all-purpose yards and 11 TDs during his junior year. If his accolades on the football field weren’t enough he also sports a 4.8 GPA in the classroom. He has gotten the attention of Ivy League schools already but should start to pick up more interest as his senior season progresses.
33. WALTER PONGIA
OL / DL - SAINT AUGUSTINE
The big man on the St. Augustine line was second-team all Western League last season. He’s 6’3” and 300lbs. and colleges like his size. While he has gone on multiple visits he’s still awaiting his first official offer.
34. RAIDEN HUNTER
RB / MLB - SAN DIEGO
The two way star was one of the main reasons why the Cavers were able to win league and make it to the D4 CIF Finals last season. The two-way star ran for 1203 yards and 16 TDs on offense and had 81 tackles, 2.5 sacks, an INT and 4 caused fumbles on defense last season. He has started to pick up FCS offers in the preseason.
35. VINCENT SANTOS
OL / DL - EASTLAKE
Take a glance at this 6’4” 300lb. tackle’s highlight film and you’ll see more pancakes than you can find at IHOB. Division 1 schools have already taken notice and have sent the Titans’ anchor on the line offers.
36. JACK DREWS
MLB / TE - RAMONA
The Bulldog in the Bulldogs’ defense tallied 164 total tackles with 12.5 tackles for loss and 6 sacks in his career. Last season he made Second Team All-San Diego CIF defense. The Drewses are a football family, both his father and brother played collegiately at the University of Utah.
37. CARLOS HARRISON
OL / DL - CARLSBAD
The 6’4.5” 285 lb. people mover has already received offers from Mt. West and American Athletic Conference schools. Was part of a Lancer line the blocked for 1601 rushing yards last season.
38. DOMINIC HALEY
MLB / DE - BISHOP'S
Part of one of the most athletic and versatile defenses in the county Haley should compile some huge stats this season.
39. LAVONTE WEBB
OL - EASTLAKE
He’s 6’4”, 295 lbs. and his opponents will tell you he feels bigger. With coach John McFadden returning to Eastlake look for the Titans and Webb to have a big season in the South Bay.
40. NOAH SAULO
DT - MADISON
The 6’0” 265 lb. lineman should be a force on both sides of the ball for the Warhawks. In his career he has 7 sacks and 103 tackles.
41. ZION SORANI
WR - CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC
Playing WR in a run heavy offense isn’t great for putting up numbers but the Dons’ wide out has made his mark this offseason in 7 on 7 winning the MVP in the Maverick Invitational Passing Tournament and runs an eye popping 4.5 40-yard dash.
42. ARTYOM HARR
ATH - MIRA MESA
After making his way to Mira Mesa from Horizon Harr proved he could play in any division. As a junior he had 1412 all-purpose yards with 13 touchdowns. Look for him to put up even bigger numbers in his second season as a Marauder.
43. ROMAN COE
RB - EASTLAKE
During the Titan’s first year on the varsity level last season he made a splash running for 890 rushing yards for 8 TDs and 5.2 yards per carry. He will have a big line to run behind again this fall so expect monster stats out of him in 2018.
44. DUSTIN CONNELLY
TE / DL - RANCHO BERNARDO
One of the best edge rushers in San Diego the Bronco had 8 sacks last season. On offense at tight end he brought in a pair of touchdowns. He has the measurable too at 6’3” with a squat max of 400 lbs., a clean of 235 lbs. and an impressive 4.81 40-time.
45. ISAAC ANDERSON
DT - MISSION HILLS
The cog in the middle of the Grizzlies defense is hard for offenses to deal with. He bench presses 330 lbs. and deadlifts 235 lbs. Last year he made 1st Team All-Avocado League and there’s no reason to think he won’t do the same as a senior.
46. CAMERON AVUA'A
SS / OLB - POINT LOMA
The 6’3” 205 lb. Pointer has already picked up 2 offers from FCS schools. Last year he had 3 touchdowns on offense and a sack, an INT and a tackle for loss on defense. He will have a big opportunity in his senior season to make an impact on both sides of the ball.
47. ALEX GONZALEZ
RB / LB - CHRISTIAN
The Patriots’ 4.45 40-time speedster is a playmaker on offense. Last year he compiled 867 total yards and 14 touchdowns. At linebacker he made a habit of making plays in the backfield with 3 sacks and 4 tackles for loss.
48. RYAN SANBORN
K / QB/ DB - FRANCIS PARKER
While the Lancer two sport star will play at the next level on special teams he shows how versatile of an athlete he is on the football field by playing quarterback (16 total touchdowns) and safety (3 INTs) along with his kicking duties. He is rated a 5 star punter and has drawn interest from Ivy League schools.
49. MICHAEL LINGUADOCA
QB / DB - SANTA FE CHRISTIAN
The two-way starter for Eagles excels on the field and also in the classroom with a 4.36 GPA and a stellar 33 ACT score. Last year he made 2nd team All-Coastal League as a quarterback putting up 1029 passing yards for 11 TDs and ran for 454 yards with 5 TD. He even helped out on defense with a tackle for loss and an interception.
50. JACOB SEGA
OLB / RB - EL CAMINO
The Wildcats linebacker had a strong junior campaign with 123 total tackles 2 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles. Sega will be the star on the El Camino defense with a couple of last year’s leaders departing.
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Honorable Mention Tariq Jefferson
WR / CB - UNIVERSITY CITY
With great hands and explosive speed #11 will be a big time playmaker for UC this season.
Honorable Mention Miles McCormick
T / DE - CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC
Tough between the tackles only begins to describe this trench warrior for the Dons. Look to his destructive presence on defense has a lot of people screaming "Roll Dons" in 2018. He is also one of the best rugby players on the west coast.
Honorable Mention Jared Desmon
MLB / TE - OLYMPIAN
With over 100 tackles in his junior season Desmond emerged as a premier defender. His size also allows for him to serve as a perfect check down safety net on offense.
Honorable Mention Derek Diamond
QB / FS - RAMONA
Coming off a strong 2017 season, which ended with a finals appearance, Diamond will step in to the full time role as QB for the Bulldogs. With a monster arm and decent mobility big numbers should expected. He is currently committed to Stanford to play baseball.
Honorable Mention Mateo Sinohui
RB - VALLEY CENTER
As true of a North South runner as you will find in San Diego, Sinohui will carry a large workload for the Jaguars as the featured back this season.
Honorable Mention Kenyon Williams
QB - KEARNY
The Komets QB could double as an air traffic controller with all the time he will spend putting things in the sky. With a big arm and big offense to match look for Williams to put up video game numbers.