Southern California is always stacked with quarterback talent, and this season was no different. With so many college prospects performing at a high level, we stretched our end-of-season quarterback rankings to 50 players — and there were still dozens of honorable mentions who had compelling cases to be in the Top 50.

Our Top 50 QB rankings are mostly based on the numbers these players put up in 2019, but there are some exceptions for great players who dealt with injuries or other factors out of their control. Additionally, our rankings significantly factored in strength of competition, so statistics are the primary basis but not the only one.

Without further ado, these were the Top 50 quarterbacks in the Southern, L.A. City, and San Diego Sections in 2019.

50. Carter Freedland – Corona Centennial – Senior

Corona Centennial rolled with three quarterbacks every game. All three of them are recognized here and all three might have cracked the top 50 were any of them playing more than one third of each game. Freedland only had 818 passing yards and eight touchdown passes this season, but throw in 353 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns and factor in that he only played a few drives each game, and you get the picture of how productive he is.

49. Axel Ayers – Eagle Rock – Junior

In his junior year, dual-threat QB Axel Ayers led the Eagles to the L.A. City Section Division 1 semifinals. He averaged over 200 passing yards per game and also finished the season with over 1,000 rushing yards. In total, his 26 passing touchdowns and 12 on the ground gave him 38 for the season. Expect Ayers to be one of the top quarterbacks in the City Section next season.



48. Nick Hernandez – Monrovia – Senior

Hernandez led Monrovia to a 10-2 season with 2,961 passing yards and 33 passing touchdowns. His efficiency was excellent, as he completed 64.2% of his passes and only got picked six times on the year, good for a passer rating of 132.2.

47. Isiah Del Toro – Western – Senior

Western consistently put up monster point totals last season, and Del Toro was at the center of it. He finished with 2,850 passing yards and 33 passing touchdowns in only 11 games, and completed 65.6% of his passes. He also rushed for 428 yards.

46. Trent Butler – Reseda – Senior

Butler had an amazing year for Reseda, and his impact on the L.A. City Section Open Division champion went even farther than his great stats. He passed for 2,865 yards and 27 touchdowns to only six interceptions and rushed for 422 more yards. His leadership was also key in Reseda’s state title game appearance.

45. Trillian Harris – Colony – Junior

Before getting injured late in the season, Harris was producing heavily for Colony. In seven games he had 1,705 passing yards and 408 passing yards, and 17 total touchdowns. A strong 6-5 athlete, Harris will enter next season on breakout watch.

44. James Jimenez – Northview – Senior

Northview drew a tough first-round matchup with Ventura in the playoffs, but the Vikings had one of the best offenses in Division 7 in 2019 and Jimenez was the biggest reason why. In 11 games, he threw for 2,497 yards and 29 touchdowns to only three interceptions. With over 18 yards per completion on average, he finished with an excellent passer rating of 138.8. On top of that, he was the biggest rushing threat on the team with 703 rushing yards and ten rushing touchdowns.

43. Drew Nash – South (Torrance) – Senior

As the heart and soul of the Spartans, Nash carried South through Division 14 and all the way to the state championship before falling short against St. Bernard’s (Eureka). On the year he finished with 3,145 passing yards, 37 passing touchdowns, and 425 rushing yards on 66.6% completion and only six interceptions.

42. Nick Billoups – San Clemente – Senior

Billoups might be the only player on this list who is a full-time standout on defense in addition to being a college prospect at QB. Because he’s so strong of a defensive back, Billoups didn’t get every snap under center this season, but he still finished with 932 passing yards and 554 rushing yards.


41. Kyle Kyckelhahn – Aliso Niguel – Senior

In only 12 games, Kyckelhahn threw for over 3,000 yards and 27 touchdowns and also ran for over 500 yards and ten more touchdowns.

40. Dylan Wheatley – Citrus Valley – Junior

Wheatley was the catalyst this past season for an underrated Citrus Valley team with a very explosive offense. As a junior he threw for 3,132 yards and 47 touchdowns, and Citrus Valley went 10-2 averaging 41.5 points per game. 

39. Brandon Rose – Murrieta Valley – Sophomore

As a sophomore on a Division 2 team, Brandon Rose to the occasion time and time again. Sorry, it had to be done. But seriously, Rose has quietly established himself as one of the better young QBs in SoCal high school football. He eclipsed the 3,000-yard mark in 11 games and threw 30 touchdowns on only four interceptions. Throw in 68.4% completion and he finished the year with a passer rating of 131.2, and he also ran for 395 yards and six touchdowns.

38. RJ Maria – Pacifica (Oxnard) – Senior

Maria was a huge factor in Pacifica’s 15-1 season and state title, finishing with 2,968 passing yards and 37 passing touchdowns in 16 games with only six picks. He’s also a threat to run if you leave him alone. It will be interesting to see if another strong season was enough to reel him in some college offers before February.

37. James McNamara – Camarillo – Senior

While he didn’t put up massive numbers, it was another strong year for McNamara, a dual-threat QB with a great feel for the game. He anchored a great Camarillo squad that put a ton of points on the board without many renowned offensive threats outside of McNamara and RB/SB Jessie Valenzuela. McNamara finished the season with 2,229 passing yards and 26 passing touchdowns on only five interceptions.

36. Gavin Beerup – St. Bonaventure – Senior

In his last season before starting his college career at Wyoming, Beerup threw for 1,610 passing yards in only 10 games. The 3-star prospect is fluid for 6-5 and can make teams pay for daring him to run.

35. Deacon Hill – Santa Barbara – Junior

3-star Wisconsin-commit Deacon Hill took the Dons to the Division 8 championship game where they narrowly lost to Sunny Hills. Hill is already fairly polished for a junior, with few turnovers and a good feel for when to scramble. He may emerge as one of the better QBs in SoCal outright next season.



34. Cole Lourd – Brentwood School – Junior

Lourd’s 314.8 passing yards per game put him fairly close to the top in SoCal. He also threw for 32 touchdowns to only seven picks and ran for six more. While he already has multiple college offers, Lourd’s stock will rise next season if the Brentwood School can make some more noise.

33. Jayden Denegal – Apple Valley – Sophomore

In his first season at the varsity level, Denegal established himself as one of the highest-upside young quarterbacks in SoCal. Auburn and Georgia offered him during the season and Utah recently did as well. In 11 games, Denegal threw for 2,260 yards and 34 touchdowns on 65.8% efficiency for an Apple Valley squad that could’ve contended for a Division 6 title were they not banged up come playoff time.

32. Andrew Henriquez – La Serna – Senior

Henriquez has been showered in accolades this season as the MVP of a Division 6 finalist who nearly completed their undefeated bid through 14 games. He finished with 2,576 passing yards and 29 touchdowns in the air to only five interceptions on 68% completion, while also racking up over 500 rushing yards.

31. Alfred Bobadilla – Franklin – Senior

The presumable runaway L.A. City Section Division 2 player of the year put up staggering numbers en-route to a sectional championship game appearance. Bobadilla threw for 3,962 yards and 39 touchdowns to only six interceptions on 64.9% completion. What really makes his stat line pop are his 18 rushing touchdowns and 372 rushing yards to round it out.

30. Kingston Hala – Paramount – Senior

One of the more underrated quarterbacks out there, Hala put up great numbers on a great team. He threw for 3,327 yards and 42 touchdowns on 69.4% completion and only seven touchdowns, good for a passer rating of 137.5. Hala is also a threat to keep it and run, and has bulk that makes him very hard to bring down at QB. Overall he finished with 352 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns for Paramount, who made the Division 4 semifinals.

29. Walker Eget – West Ranch – Junior

West Ranch had a powerful offense in 2019 with Eget at the helm. They averaged over 40 points per game with a schedule featuring some pretty solid foes and lost by three to eventual champion Temecula Valley in the semis. Eget threw for 3,250 yards and 40 touchdowns in 13 game, and showed up in some big games that came down to the wire. Another leap next year should put him in the discussion for some legitimate D-1 interest.

28. Jaime Odom – Grossmont – Senior

Along with RB/WR Robert Tucker, Odom carried the Foothillers to a very strong season on offense. In 12 games, he finished with 2,952 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns, 919 rushing yards, and a team-high 13 rushing touchdowns.


27. Kajiya Hollawayne – San Jacinto – Junior

A 3-star dual-threat QB prospect with offers including UCLA, Hollawayne led the Tigers to the Division 6 semifinals where they narrowly lost to La Serna. Hollawayne finished the season with 2,330 passing yards, 22 passing touchdowns, 932 rushing yards, and 13 rushing touchdowns. Minor improvement on his efficiency as a senior will vault him into status as one of the best quarterbacks in SoCal.

26. Ryan Pettway – Woodrow Wilson – Senior

Pettway averaged nearly 250 passing yards per game on a strong Wilson team with efficiency that was almost unparalleled. His 2,976 passing yards on the season was great, but doing it on 69.9% completion with 41 passing touchdowns to only twointerceptions was good for an unthinkable passer rating of 148. Rushing isn’t Pettway’s forte, but he also racked up nearly 300 rushing yards on the season as well.

25. Zach Johnson – Hart – Senior

Hart quarterback Zach Johnson
Hart quarterback Zach Johnson

Johnson propped up an explosive Hart offense this season with 2,788 passing yards and 27 passing touchdowns in 12 games while also being a threat to run. He’ll play his next snaps of football at Cal next year.

24. Jalon Daniels – Lawndale – Senior

Jalon Daniels, No. 2

Recent Kansas-commit Jalen Daniels is a true dual-threat QB with dangerous quickness. He navigated Lawndale’s signature wishbone offense effectively and put up big numbers in a system that involves lots of handoffs. Overall he finished with 2,351 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns, 940 rushing yards, and ten rushing touchdowns.

23. Ben Gulbranson – Newbury Park – Senior

Gulbranson was easy to get overlooked amidst Newbury Park’s struggles, but he’s one of the more skilled quarterbacks in Socal. As a result, the high 3-star commit will be taking his talents to Oregon State. His numbers as a Panther don’t quite do justice to his ability, but he still threw for a whopping 281 yards per game this past season.

22. Doug Brumfield – Serra (Gardena) – Senior

It was a very tough season for Brumfield and Serra because of injuries, and he missed two games while playing a handful of them injured. Brumfield finished with 1,478 passing yards in nine games with 444 rushing yards as well, but he’s better than this season’s numbers will tell you. That’s why the 3-star recruit will be playing at UNLV next season and hopefully with a clean slate of health.

21. EJ Kreutzmann – La Jolla Country Day – Senior

Kreutzman put up unthinkable numbers in 2019 at LCDS: 5,083 passing yards and 57 passing touchdowns plus 12 rushing touchdowns in 13 games. He also completed over 67% of his passes, and his ten interceptions were relatively few given his usage. And football isn’t even his primary sport. It would be intriguing to see if his wild numbers in a peculiar situation led to college offers were he not planning to play college baseball.

20. Jameson Wang – Oaks Christian – Senior

Wang missed a game and played injured for much of the season, which was one of the big reasons Oaks Christian had a disappointing season. But when he played he still brought it and showed why he has eight college offers. In ten games playing often well under 100%, Wang put up 1,883 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns, and 543 rushing yards to only four interceptions.

19. Marco Siderman – Westlake – Senior

He went way under the radar because Westlake struggled so badly to close games as a result of underwhelming defense, but by all accounts Marco Siderman was still one of the more dangerous offensive threats in SoCal this season. His 318 passing yards per game put him in the upper echelon in the state, and he also rushed for 301 yards and 11 touchdowns. Next year, Siderman will play at Holy Cross and has a great opportunity to turn heads as a talented recruit at a small D-1 program.

18. Jaylen Henderson – Chaminade – Junior

As you may have heard, Chaminade went 2-3 in the preseason last year before turning the heat up in league and making it to the Division 2 finals. Jaylen Henderson was a steadying force for a team that become too hot to handle by playoff time. Henderson, a next-level athlete, is a true pass-first dual-threat QB who can pass well out of the pocket but excels when scrambling and often keeping the ball.

He finished the season with 2,664 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns, 767 rushing yards, and 19 rushing touchdowns. He also completed over 60% of his passes and only got picked six times. 

17. Jared Heywood – Inglewood – Senior

Last season at Inglewood as a senior transfer, Heywood put up numbers that are almost unheard of. 4,196 passing yards and 60 passing touchdowns in 13 games is phenomenal. To do it on 79% completion? Is this real life?

Inglewood was stacked with offensive talent way out of the realm of Division 13, but Heywood was still one of the best quarterbacks in the Southern Section. For his efforts he snagged in a few college offers and will be playing next season at Rhode Island.

16. Chayden Peery – Sierra Canyon – Junior

Sierra Canyon was stacked across the board, but the clutch play of 3-star prospect Chayden Peery down the stretch is what pushed them over the edge as a 1-AA state title contender. He finished the season with 3,401 passing yards and 18 passing touchdowns to only one interception. 



Next year Peery will return as a senior along with a large portion of the Trailblazers’ core on both sides of the ball. Peery and Sierra Canyon are both probably still on their continual rise, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see Peery eclipse a dozen college offers by the end of next season.

15. Luca Diamont – Venice – Senior

Diamont had one of the more prolific running games in the country for a quarterback this season. His 2,161 passing yards in 13 games was a solid job, but tacking on 1,520 rushing yards and 24 rushing touchdowns makes Diamont nearly a 4-star recruit and one of the more dangerous QBs out there. Next season he’ll take the leap from Venice to Duke.

14. AJ Duffy – Rancho Verde – Sophomore

Duffy already has 15 college offers as an underclassman and carried Rancho Verde to some big wins this past year. He threw for 2,568 yards and 26 touchdowns on 70.9% completion in 12 games, and also ran for over 500 rushing yards to boot. 

Rancho Verde, initially considered an afterthought for the Division 2 playoffs, stunned Norco 63-35 in the preseason and knocked out Serra (Gardena) 26-20 in the first round of the playoffs. They almost beat San Clemente, who eventually forfeited, in the semifinals. Duffy and the majority of Rancho Verde’s receiving corps are returning next year, and might erupt into one of the very top passing attacks in California.

13. Peter Costelli – Mission Viejo – Junior

His numbers weren’t otherworldly compared to most players high on this list, but 4-star dual-threat QB Costelli was a focal point of one of the best offenses in SoCal. In 12 games, he put up 1,992 passing yards and 23 passing touchdowns to go with 354 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns.

Costelli is a cerebral quarterback who consistently makes great decisions, whether he’s firing out of the pocket or scrambling. He’s also a track athlete and excels at extending plays without taking big risks. Lastly, Costelli shares an offense with an excellent running back duo in Jacquez Robertson and Tyson Scott, and could certainly handle a bigger load in the Diablos’ vaunted offense if needed. 

He already has 11 college offers and counting, but expect him to finish next season with even more, and status as one of the best QBs in California.

12. Noah Fifita – Servite – Sophomore

Most players at this point in our rankings that are upperclassmen ranked with three or more stars. But next is one of the best sophomore quarterbacks in the country and one of the most underrated high school footballers in SoCal, Noah Fifita. Fifita has at least one D-1 offer, from Idaho State, but his play as an underclassman this past season against many of the best teams in the country puts him in the discussion as one of the best returning QBs out there next season.

In only 11 games in his first season as a starter, he threw for 2,892 yards and 37 interceptions on only four interceptions. With Servite returning a lot of excellent talent next season, Fifita may be a centerpiece of a Friars squad that contends for a Division 1 finals appearance, and add onto his already-excellent production. Don’t be surprised if he challenges for status as the best QB in the Southern Section for the next two years. 

11. Zevi Eckhaus – Culver City – Junior

After his second unbelievable season at Culver City, Zevi Eckhaus picked up his first (long overdue) D-1 offer from William & Mary with more surely on the way. The Culver City program has been on a huge rise for several years, but Eckhaus is one of the biggest reasons that they’ve continued climbing in the past couple. His Centaurs won Division 7 in undefeated fashion in 2018 and were undefeated going into the Division 5 semifinals against St. Paul this past season before getting upset by an underrated Swordsmen squad with an elite defense.

As a junior in 2019, Eckhaus put up an astounding 4,474 passing yards and 59 passing touchdowns in 13 games on nearly 71% completion with only seven interceptions. Eckhaus is also a dual-threat QB, finishing the year with 325 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. 

While Culver City’s championship bid fell short in disappointing fashion, Eckhaus and the Centaurs will be back next season with another guaranteed year of big wins and unbelievable offensive production. Eckhaus can sit in the pocket and launch, throw off the scramble, and pick up first downs himself, all without making many mistakes. If Eckhaus were a couple inches taller than 6-1, he’d be swimming in college offers already, but more schools better start catching on before it’s too late.

10. Miller Moss – Alemany – Junior

Miller Moss and Alemany’s young offensive core improved as expected on 2018’s promising showing, and Moss was a centerpiece of one of the more explosive offenses in SoCal. He finished with 3,118 passing yards and 28 passing touchdowns on 67.4% completion. That was in only 12 games, as the Warriors made the Division 12 semifinals but had to sacrifice a regular season battle with Loyola as a result of the Saddleridge Fire. 

Moss, a high four-star recruit, has at least 17 offers including Alabama, UGA, UCLA, USC, and Cal. He will be the most heralded quarterback prospect in the Southern Section coming into spring football.

9. Jaden Casey – Calabasas – Senior

Casey has been a centerpiece of an extremely potent Calabasas offense for a couple years now. He recent committed to Cal, one of over 20 schools to offer the high 3-star recruit. 

8. Ryan Zanelli – La Habra – Senior

Zanelli and La Habra went a little under the radar this year as usual, but the Highlanders were a force with Zanelli as the key catalyst on offense. On a team without a huge O-line or a litany of rushing options, Zanelli threw for 3,632 yards and 47 touchdowns on only four picks and over 63% completion. La Habra put up 45 points on Grace Brethren and nearly made the Division 3 finals with their passing attack as their biggest strength. Next season Zanelli will be throwing for the Penn Quakers. 

7. Jake Garcia – Narbonne – Senior

5-star USC-commit Jake Garcia might even higher on this list if Narbonne had gotten more games to show out. Because of violations regarding player eligibility, they had to essentially forfeit their season, and weren’t even allowed to play out their last game (which happened to be senior night). Before that they were essentially 8-1 and were a shoe-in to win the L.A. City Section Open Division and go to state.

In those nine games, Garcia threw for 2,301 yards and 25 touchdowns on over 70% completion. Now imagine that the Gauchos play 13 or more games like most of the other players high up on this list, and you can imagine what kind of statistical year Garcia could’ve had. He’s also a strong field general and great leader off the stat sheet. Next year he may very well contend for status as the best quarterback in the country.

6. Shane Illingworth – Norco – Senior

Shane Illingworth, Norco

As expected, Illingworth was the focal point of a devastating Norco offense this season. The Cougars scored well over 50 points per game en-route to an 8-2 regular season before losing a close shootout against eventual finalist Chaminade in the Division 2 playoffs. In only 11 total games, Illingworth threw for 3,081 passing yards and 40 touchdowns on only two picks and 65.2% completion. That’s good for a monster passer rating of 144.5.

Illingworth will bring the complete package of a prototypical pro-style quarterback to Oklahoma State. At 6-6, he can get his passes off any time, and has a ridiculously consistent knack for making the right decision. On top of that, he has great downfield range and is good enough at leaving the pocket to avoid getting rattled by pass-rushing pressure. 

5. CJ Stroud – Rancho Cucamonga – Senior

Stroud led an electrifying Rancho Cucamonga offense to the Division 2 semifinals with, as expected, by far his best statistical season yet. He finished the year with 3,878 passing yards and 47 passing touchdowns on 65.9% completion. While he’s not a full dual-threat quarterback, Stroud is very athletic and has no problem keeping the ball when the defense allows him to. He gets out of the pocket quickly when the defensive pressure indicates that it’s time to scramble. Expect him to be ready to contribute at a high level early in his career at Ohio State.

4. Tyler Buchner – Bishop’s – Junior

Tyler Buchner, Bishop's
(Photo by Josh DaFoe)

The term “video game numbers” might not even be enough to describe the dual-threat production Tyler Buchner put up this season. In 13 games, he threw for 4,474 passing yards and 53 touchdowns on 66.4% completion and only six interceptions. That alone would make him one of the better quarterbacks in SoCal. 

But his running numbers make the complete package unfathomable–1,610 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns. That puts him well over 6,000 total yards on the season.

Buchner is already a high four-star recruit and Notre Dame-commit. The only thing that would raise his status is getting Bishop’s to the next level. The Knights made it to the San Diego Section Division 2 finals, which is outstanding, but leaves a lot of room to grow. That said, Buchner got Bishop’s 59 points in their finals loss against El Camino, and Buchner will already be perhaps arguably our highest-ranked quarterback coming into next season, so really he just needs to keep on keeping on.

3. Ethan Garbers – Corona del Mar – Senior

While he has been overshadowed by a pair of 5-star recruits who also play in Orange County during his time at Corona del Mar, 4-star senior Ethan Garbers is a legitimate All-American-caliber quarterback with wins and numbers to show for it. 

Garbers eclipsed the 5,000 passing yards mark in CdM’s state championship over Serra (San Mateo), and led the state with 71 passing touchdowns, a new Southern Section record. What makes it all the more impressive is that he did it on nearly 70% completion and only six picks as CdM went 16-0 with a California 1-A state title. He had one of the best receiving corps in the country to work with featuring WRs John Humphreys and Bradley Schlom and TE Mark Redman, but Garbers had nothing handed to him. 

Leading a squad with a small (but tough) offensive line against some of the better teams on the West Coast, Garbers by no means had the luxury of camping in the pocket and going through the motions. His ability to make pre-snap reads is world-class, as is his ability to operate off the scramble. Garbers is a highly underrated athlete with no problems throwing downfield on the run, and punishing defenses for daring him to run. Garbers, along with Redman, will be a handful going forward for the Washington Huskies. 

TIE:

1. Bryce Young – Mater Dei – Senior
1. DJ Uiagalelei – St. John Bosco – Senior

I’m really not a fan of copouts, but I genuinely cannot pick between the two best high school football players on the planet. Each of them played on one of the two best teams in the country, and each team only lost one game on the season – to each other. In those games, both players were still electrifying, even if not perfect.

Uiagalelei is the best pure passing QB in the country and it’s not debatable. Even MLB scouts are all over him because he throws a fastball upwards of 95 MPH. The level at which he can throw lasers through or over the best defenses in the country is nearly unparalleled among all prospects in high school football history. 

At 6-5, 245, he can get his passes off under pressure, and will let them go fearlessly even if he’s about to get clobbered. He finished the season with 4,225 passing yards in 14 games and 48 passing touchdowns to only two interceptions, good for a passer rating of 144.2. This season he also proved that he’s a legitimate dual-threat as well, with fluidness atypical for his size and the strength to pick up yards after contact. His 412 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns are sufficient evidence. 

Young is a prototypical dual-threat QB with shiftiness and blazing speed. Ironically, he actually finished with more passing yards and touchdowns than Uiagalelei–4,528 and 58–and fewer rushing yards with 357, although more rushing touchdowns with ten. While both squads have receiving corps and offensive lines that are as good as it gets, Young spent some of the season with more time to throw and fewer dropped passes, although Uiagalelei got all the help he needed down the stretch of the season. As a result, Young’s numbers are a little better on the season despite throwing three interceptions in the Monarchs’ Division 1 championship loss against St. John Bosco, but there’s nothing to pick apart this season between them.

Some people are going to make compelling cases for both of these guys over each other. Both cases are too compelling. Neither Young nor Uiagalelei deserves anything less than status as the co-MVP of both SoCal quarterbacks and overall high school football players in America.

Honorable mentions: 

Gabe Krug – Christian – Junior

Jake Retzlaff – Corona Centennial – Junior

Ceasar Ayala – Eisenhower – Senior

Sam Whitney – Mira Costa – Junior

Donovan Smith – Los Osos – Junior

C.J. Montes – Paraclete – Junior

Mehki Jordan – Long Beach Poly – Senior

Ala Mikaele – Corona Centennial – Senior

Blake Sturgill – Moorpark – Senior

Ethan Grady – St. Monica Catholic – Junior

DJ Ralph – Cathedral Catholic – Senior

Daylen Pedroza – Orange – Senior

Andrew Johnson – Laguna Beach – Senior

Trevor Appelman – Mater Dei Catholic – Junior

Colt Fulton – Santa Margarita – Junior

Maalik Murphy – Serra (Gardena) – Sophomore

Robert Coleman  – Vista Murrieta – Senior

Gunnar Gray – University City – Senior

Anthony Arnou – Santa Monica – Senior

Chris Andrade – El Rancho – Senior

Lucas Lenhoff – Cathedral – Sophomore

David Gomez – Canoga Park – Senior 

Jackson Dadich – Birmingham – Senior

Jacob Gonzalez – Glendora – Senior

Rambo Araradian – Burbank – Junior 

Jake Carreon – St. Margaret’s – Senior

Sean Jastrab – Bonita – Junior

Angel Vega – Segerstrom – Junior

Parker Chaffee – Serrano – Senior

Angel Ochoa – Adelanto – Senior

Hudson Jones – San Juan Hills – Junior

Damien Pecoraro – Highland – Senior

Jakob Harris – Oceanside – Junior

Ryan Morrison – Valencia – Senior

Aidan Sayin – Carlsbad – Junior

Nathan Temple – Santana – Senior

Matthew Castillo – Patrick Henry – Senior

Justus McComb – Granite Hills – Junior

Jacob Laverdiere – Mt. Miguel – Junior

Marshall Eucker – La Costa Canyon – Senior

Dylan Karanickolas – Diamond Bar – Senior

Ivan Ostry – Rosemead – Senior

Jesse Carmona – Ganesha – Sophomore

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