With the spring 2021 football season underway, SBLive California continues to take a look at the top high school football players in the state, position by position.
After taking an in-depth look at the best tight ends in the state, we’re now breaking down the state’s top offensive linemen.
Since this is not a recruiting ranking, players’ national rankings or college offers were not primary criteria, but were taken into account – mainly for players who haven’t received a full opportunity to shine at the varsity level yet. Performances in club football or at camps were not taken into consideration. The rankings were compiled by SBLive reporter Bodie DeSilva.
Class of 2021 offensive linemen who have decided to graduate and enroll early in college were not considered in these rankings.
TOP 20 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN IN CALIFORNIA
20. Brody Crane – Santa Margarita – Senior
Crane has helped the Eagles to a 2-2 start in 2021 while dealing with a difficult Trinity League schedule. He has signed with Navy.
19. Rolan Fullwood – Lawndale – Senior
Fullwood has helped the Cardinals get off to a 3-0 start in 2021. He has signed with Fresno State.
18. Christian Jones – San Luis Obispo – Senior
Jones stands 6-foot-9 and weighs 300 pounds. He has signed with San Diego State.
17. Robert Wyrsch – Soquel – Senior
Wyrsch helped the Knights to an 11-3 record while paving the way for an offense that averaged over 25 points per game in 2019. He has signed with Washington.
16. Anthony Rosas – Sierra Vista – Senior
Rosas has contributed on both sides of the ball for Dons. He chose UNLV over a group of schools that included Auburn, Arizona State, and Miami.
15. Ross Maseuli – Mater Dei – Senior
Maseuli is a massive interior line prospect (6-4, 350). He signed with San Diego State over offers from schools in Power Five conferences.
14. Kenji Swanson – Sierra Canyon – Junior
Swanson has a big frame at 6-foot-6 and 300 pounds. He’s already added offers from 15 schools.
13. Mason Randolph – Yorba Linda – Senior
Randolph has helped the Mustangs start 5-0 during the spring season. He has signed with Boise State.
12. Austin Barry – JW North – Senior
Barry chose Arizona State over offers from nearly 20 colleges.
11. Jason White – Orange Lutheran – Senior
White signed with Oregon State in February after picking up offers from several west coast schools.
10. Devin Spencer – Corona Centennial – Senior
Spencer has played several spots on the line for the Huskies during his career. He’s committed to the University of Pennsylvania.
9. Andrew Madrigal – Norco – Senior
Madrigal has played a key role in the Cougars 4-0 start to the spring season. He has signed with Nevada.
8. Shawn Martinez – Helix – Senior
Martinez was so dominant during his junior season that he was named the Grossmont – Hills League Offensive Player of the Year as he helped lead the Highlanders to the Open Division Championship. He has signed with Southwest Minnesota State.
7. George Miki-Han – Mater Dei – Senior
Miki-Han has been a key piece for the Monarchs the past couple of seasons. He’s headed to Colorado State.
6. Maximus Gibbs – St. John Bosco – Senior
Gibbs is massive (6-foot-6, 385 pounds) and played a huge part in Bosco’s success in 2019. He has signed with USC.
5. Elia Migao – Chaparral – Senior
Migao signed with BYU over offers from 10 other schools.
4. Garrett DiGiorgio – Serrano – Senior
The Diamondbacks went 12-1 and scored 67 touchdowns in 2019 with DiGiorgio blocking up front. He has signed with UCLA.
3. Noah Pulealii – Palma – Senior
Pulealii helped the Chieftains average nine yards per carry and score over 35 points per game in 2019. He has signed with UCLA.
2. Mason Murphy – JSerra – Senior
The 6-foot-5, 290-pounder chose the Trojans over offers from six other Pac-12 schools.
1. Earnest Greene – St. John Bosco – Junior
Greene played a big role in helping the Braves capture the national championship in 2019. He’s helped lead them to a 5-0 start in the 2021 spring season and is one of the most sought after junior recruits in the country.