Preseason Inland Empire FB Team

Shane Illingworth of Norco (left) and C.J. Stroud of Rancho Cucamonga are both among the top senior quarterback recruits in the country. The IE also has one of the state’s top junior QBs and perhaps the state’s No. 1 sophomore QB. Photos: &

Corona Centennial, as is usually the case, has some dominant players and will start out third or fourth in the state depending on which poll you believe. But the Huskies aren’t the only team that could be in top 15 or higher in the preseason state rankings. Rancho Cucamonga and Upland of the Baseline League are loaded too and so is Norco from the same Big VIII League as Centennial.

Note: These preseason all-section teams will be done in the same 30-player format as the annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. They are based on a combination of what the players did last season and college recruiting. Not every all-section team will have writeups of every player. Some will have an intro, then lists.

RELATED PRESEASON TEAMS: CIF L.A. City Section | CIF Central Section | CIF San Diego Section | CIF Southern Section (Orange County) | CIF Sac-Joaquin Section

Coming Next: CIF North Coast Section (Redwood Empire)

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