State’s Best By Position: OLs

Zach Okun of Newbury Park (left) has a playful side, which is not the norm for the serious nature of most linemen who have photos taken, including our No. 1 OL in the state (right), Tevita Halalilo of Rancho Verde. Photos: Student Sports.

Zach Okun of Newbury Park (left) has a playful side, which is not the norm for the serious nature of most linemen who have photos taken, including our No. 1 OL in the state (right), Tevita Halalilo of Rancho Verde. Photos: Student Sports.

In addition to our recruiting rankings of the Cal-Hi Sports Hot 100 college prospects in the state for each graduating class, here is the fourth of several posts breaking down the state’s 20 best for each position with the juniors mixed in with the seniors. If you want to see this list, it’s for Gold Club members. To sign up, CLICK HERE.

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