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Oregon 2021 Top OL

Charlie Pickard 6-5 260 T Jesuit

One of the NW's only lineman to earn 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football at the state's highest classification level. His overall versatility makes him a very appealing recruit. What will be a multi offer D1 kid.

Shane Schwake 6-8 275 T Sheldon

Schwake has the potential of being the state's top recruit at the position. He possesses unique coordination for a kid 6-8, showing off his overall versatility on the defensive side of the ball. Earned 2nd team All SWC honors in 2019.

Holden Whipple 6-5 285 T West Salem

Whipple is an intriguing prospect with size. His ability on the basketball floor only adds to his arsenal of talents. With continued progression and added size, he could play multiple spots on the line, at the highest level collegiately.

Henry Buckles 6-3 280 C Hood River

One of the fastest rising prospects in the region. Would have to be a center if we are talking D1 ball due to size. Named the offensive lineman of the year within his conference. Also a nationally ranked track athlete as a thrower.

Bailey Jaramillo 6-6 315 T Lake Oswego

Brother of 4* Oregon offensive lineman Dawson Jaramillo. Bailey had a nice junior year, earning honorable mention all conference honors, after making the transfer from Wilson. He has the size and genes, the only questions relate to mobility.

Jacob Barnes 6-5 285 T Mcminnville

Barnes racked up 1st team all conference accolades with the potential of being one of the better players ever to come out of McMinnville. Allowed zero sacks with 41 Pancake blocks. This off season will be telling on the camp circuit.

Jake Hannah 6-4 300 T North Bend

One of the more intriguing lineman state wide. Possesses great size and overall versatility earning 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football.

Zach Holmes 6-3 270 G West Linn

Former Head coach Chris Miller calls Holmes a D1 kid. Fundamentally he is as good as any lineman in the state. He was hurt most of the 2019 season. Earned honorable mention All TRL accolades. West Linn will be a state title favorite.

Ajani Jones 6-3 290 OL Grant

Ajani had a big year earning 1st team All PIL honors. He is still raw but can play multiple spots on the field including defense. Projection will depend on continued progression and where he is at academically.

Bobby Vanek 6-4 265 T Scappoose

Vanek has size and the potential to be one of the top lineman in the state. He is fluid and runs well earning 1st team all conference honors last season for the Indians.

Declan Quillin 6-3 295 G Jesuit

Brother of Oregon St Lineman Joe Quillin. Had an outstanding Junior year using his physicality and brute strength to push people around. Questions come due to size

Kanen Rossi 6-3 280 OL Sunset

Rossi is an intriguing prospect with good size and mobility, earning 2nd team all league honors in 2019. With continued progression and a good off season on the camp circuit he could get his school paid for at some level collegiately.

Lucas Cloyd 6-4 265 OL Oregon City

Cloyd impressed on the defensive side of the ball as a Sophomore and had a good season at Tackle as a Junior. His honorable mention all conference honors in 2019 on offense showed off his combination of size and overall versatility.

Dawson Davis 6-4 260 T Crater

Davis played early in his career and earned 1st team all conference honors as a Junior. He brings legit size to the table and was dominant at the 5A level for most of the season.

Noah Culbertson 6-2 220 G Sherwood

Culbertson is undersized for the position but extremely talented. He was the Pacific Conference O lineman of the year last season and will be a big reason why the Bowmen will enter 2019 as a clear cut top 10 6A team in Oregon.

Barrett Bevacqua 6-3 260 G Lakeridge

Bevacqua had a breakout year for the Pacers helping the school make a late run in the state playoffs. He will be one to watch next season earning honorable mention all TRL 2019.