Top 13 O.C. football recruits for 2014

2013-02-09 00:46:33

Dan Albano's rankings for the Orange County football recruits for the class of 2014:


1. Toa Lobendahn, La Habra, 6-5, 285, OL: Recent transfer from Lakewood has committed to USC

2. Greg Gaines, La Habra, 6-1, 273, DL: Landed early offer from Colorado last summer

3. Jonathan Lockett, Mater Dei, 5-11, 180, CB: Grabbed an early offer from San Jose State

4. Darrell Cloy, La Habra, 6-3, 215, TE/WR: A recent transfer from St. Paul of Santa Fe Springs

5. Ian Fieber, Mission Viejo, 6-2, 190, QB: Could be the Diablos’ most talented passer since Mark Sanchez

6. Chase Forrest, Mater Dei, 6-2, 190, QB: Junior year film and Mater Dei QB pedigree will make him attractive

7. Neal Pauu, Servite, 6-3, 190, QB: Already committed to BYU

8. Michael Mathewes, Mission Viejo, 6-4, 235, DE: “He’ll wow them (scouts) in the spring,” Mission Viejo coach Bob Johnson says.

9. Taylor Prenevost, Santa Margarita, 6-5, 232, DE: Had 4.5 sacks as full-time as a starter in 2012

10. Andrew Moore, Servite, 6-0, 221, RB: Michigan already has stopped by Servite to check out Moore

11. Ryan Kilander, Santa Margarita, 6-1, 285, OL: Graded as Eagles’ best lineman in some games last season

12. Sean Modster, Mission Viejo, 5-11, 175, WR: Smooth and fast like River Cracraft

13. Alex Suchesk, Mission Viejo, 5-10 1/2, 180, RB: Track speed should help Suchesk in recruiting

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