West: Final Top Ten Centers
Santa Margarita, Calif.
Committed to Washington
On an offensive line that might be the best in the West if not the nation, Crane is the guy the coaches at Santa Margarita will say is the leader and most talented player. The Washington commit is a true center and is an absolute mauler at the high school level. He's a very smart football player and has the aptitude to make all the line calls in college. He's very physical but plays under control. He's an advanced run blocker, strong enough to take on a nose guard or tackle without needing a double team. He also has above average feet and quickness and is an excellent pass blocker as well. Crane really is the total package at the center position and looks like the kind of player who could be a three year starter at the next level.
Crane was named to the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.
La Costa Canyon
Committed to UCLA
Quessenberry is an intriguing center prospect in that he hasn't really played the position much. He's a dominant tackle with great film and offers from all over the country. His size however dictates a move inside and at
The Opening, Quessenberry decided to give center a shot. He was so impressive that he was rated by the NIKE coaches as the top center at the event and that's now the position he said he wants to play in college. The athlete definitely has everything you could want in an interior lineman and is easily the most athletic player in this group. He put up a 100.89 SPARQ Rating at The Opening and is one of the hardest working players in the state off the field.
Was an UnderArmour All-American.
Committed to Oregon
Brenner was one of four college bound offensive lineman at
Jesuit, and one of two headed to the Pac-12. A versatile linemen, he can
play guard or center, he projects to center at the next level. Brenner
also plays defensive tackle, and has a big motor.
North Hollywood, Calif.
Committed to Stanford
Like Crane, Oser is a true center prospect and should have a
smooth transition to the college game. He has a nice, thick, frame with broad
shoulders and a strong lower body. He does a nice job of getting to the second
level and has the athleticism to make blocks down the field on a linebacker or
safety. He's physical at the point of attack and just buries opposing tackles
right at the line of scrimmage. He shows quick feet in getting in his stance and
plays with superior technique. The Semper Fidelis All-American is another
great H-W lineman headed to Stanford, following Jonathan Martin.
Committed to Arizona
Maka is just a beast on both sides of the ball. He's equally as talented as a defensive tackle as he is an offensive lineman and is one of the strongest players in the state, regardless of position. On offense, Maka plays tackle but projects better as an interior lineman. He's able to physically manhandle opposing lineman as he shows a great get off, plays with great leverage and is incredibly strong in his lower body. Maka
plays with a major mean streak as well and is about as nasty as any player in
The Next Five:
6. David Patterson, Irvine (Calif.)- Committed to Fresno State
7. Keegan Hicks, South Jordan (Utah)- Committed to BYU
8. Nick Whitton, Villa Park (Calif.)
9. Joey Kuperman, San Diego (Calif.)
10. Carson O'Connell, Chico (Calif.)
National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins), National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager
Brandon Huffman (@BrandonHuffman), Southwest Recruiting Analyst Jason Jewell (@jason247scout) and Northwest Recruiting Analyst Jake Worthen (@JakeWorthen)
contributed to these rankings.