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West: Final Top 10 O-Tackles
West: Final Top Ten Offensive Tackles 1. Poasi Moala Location: Moreno Valley, Calif. High School: Rancho Verde Size: 6-5/265 Recruiting: Committed to UCLA The Skinny: Moala is the prototype of what you're looking for in an elite college tackle prospect. He has a long, lean frame that he'll easily grow in to. He has great athleticism and moves like a player half his size, plays with a mean streak and his upside is off the charts. RV head coach Pete Duffy said Moala compares favorably to former Mustang OL Tyron Smith who was a 1st round pick by the Dallas Cowboys out of USC. 2. Evan Voeller Location: West Linn, Ore. High School: West Linn Size: 6-5/285 Recruiting: Committed to Oregon The Skinny: Voeller can play guard or tackle in college and has been one of state's best lineman since his sophomore year. He physically manhandles opposing players at the high school level and is a true road grader. He's very strong and does a great job finishing his blocks. He plays through the whistle and has improved his overall athleticism tremendously in the last year and a half. An UnderArmour All-American, Voeller is one of the best lineman the state of Oregon has produced in years. 3. Nico Falah Location: Bellflower, Calif. High School: St. John Bosco Size: 6-5, 270 Recruiting: Committed to USC The Skinny: Falah is an athletic tackle who moves very well. He's a physical player, who finishes his blocks. As he continues to add strength in his upper body, he'll take his game to another level. Was a key part of Bosco's unbeaten regular season and was selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. 4. Kenny Lacy Location: Phoenix, Ariz. High School: Mountain Pointe Size: 6-5/260 Recruiting: Committed to UCLA The Skinny: Lacy is an extremely athletic offensive tackle prospect that has his best football in front of him. What you look for in a true tackle prospect; has long arms, good feet, and is very athletic. Still raw in his technique but that will develop as he plays more. Has the frame to be a 300+ pounder without losing his athletic ability. The top offensive lineman in Arizona, Lacy was selected to the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. 5. Dan Skipper Location: Ralston Valley, Colo. High School: Ralston Valley Size: 6-10/295 Recruiting: Committed to Arkansas The Skinny: Skipper is a mammoth offensive linemen, a legit 6-9, 290, and for as big as he is, surprisingly showed a good amount of athleticism and agility. He's really flexible, and has a lot of nasty, really good in run blocking and strong in pass protection. Was selected to the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl. The Next Five: 6. J.D. Hinnant (Fountain Valley, Calif.)- Committed to California 7. Sean Dowling (Fallbrook, Calif.)- Committed to Vanderbilt 8. Erik Bunte (Santa Margarita, Calif.)- Committed to California 9. Jacob Alsadek (Torrey Pines, Calif.)- Committed to Arizona 10. Matt Meyer (Lynden, Wash.)- Committed to Washington State 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.
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