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Updated by Battle Prep West on Feb 07, 2020
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Oregon 2021 Top DL

Nate Rawlins-Kibonge 6-7 255 DE Jefferson

OFFERS: Nebraska, Arizona St, Oregon St, Colorado, Wash St, Indiana
Unreal overall talent with size. Racked up 1st team All PIL honors. Committed to Washington St in hoops. Ridiculous upside as he is still raw. You can't teach 6-7 and very athletic. Could hold offers from everyone before he is done.

Keenan O'Donnell 6-5 315 DT Thurston

1st team all league, 2nd team all state 5A selection. Two time state champion. Multi sport athlete. Requires a consistent double team if you don't want him to disrupt the entire game. Kid is a winner

Mitchell Duea 6-6 235 DE West Linn

Mitchell could end up being one of the most recruited kids in the state. He is a D1 kid on either side of the football. Accounted for 32 total tackles, 3 sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss and 7 hurries on the year. Also caught 9 passes for 4 TDs offensively. Will abuse defenders if you try and cover him 1 on 1. That said as I like him on the defensive side of the ball.

Anthony Pugh 6-4 225 DE West Salem

Pugh was injured most of his Junior year but broke out as a Sophomore earning 1st team all conference honors. Overall he is one of the top players in the state. Possesses legit size and genes, with his brother Micah playing LB at Air Force. Academic standout 4.0 GPA

Carter Neuman 6-5 225 DE Sheldon

Neuman had a monster Junior season. With continued progression he should be considered one of the top defenders in Oregon. Earned 1st team all conference honors this past season at DE making 25 total tackles with 7 tackles for loss. Also caught 27 passes for 314 yards and 4 TDs, helping to show off his overall athleticism.

Liam Brown 6-5 280 DL Sunset

Not sure if he is going to be an offensive or defensive guy, but he does come from a talented family with D1 genes and size. Earned 3rd team All Metro honors defensively. This off season will determine a lot from a recruitment standpoint.

Brody Reese 6-3 295 DT Century

Comes from a football family. Earned 1st team all conference honors as he was an absolute disrupter on the interior.. Nationally ranked wrestler. Great kid and student 3.7.

Jonah Hayes 6-4 300 DL Jefferson

Jonah has a stock that has risen rapidly. He continued his dominance as a Junior after an impressive Sophomore year. Recently he made the transfer to Jefferson HS from La Salle. Look for Hayes to impress on the regional/national camp circuit this off season. He is a great kid on and off the field.

Ty Delgado 6-2 265 DT Parkrose

Former Duck and current Coach Doug Brenner raves about Ty referencing him as a D1 type kid. Earned 1st team all league and co-lineman of the year honors within his conference. Projects defensively due to size. Will be a 5A Oregon defensive POY candidate next season

Samiu Letisi 6-2 270 Jr. DT South Salem

Another kid who comes from a football family. He broke out as a Sophomore and followed that up nicely as a Junior earning 2nd team all conference honors. Samiu is incredibly strong and mobile for his size, making him tough to stop on the interior.

Adrian McConnell 6-3 255 DL West Salem

Very versatile and impressive lineman who can play multiple spots up front. Brings legit size to the table. Will be a big reason the Titans will be a top 10 ranked team next season.

Riley Bonney 6-4 240 DL Grants Pass

Not a lot of people know about him playing down South but Bonney has legit potential. His 6-4 frame makes him an intriguing prospect, and someone that will be in the mix for SWC defensive POY honors next season, after earning 2nd team all conference accolades in 2019.

Jayden Sandusky 6-2 230 DL North Medford

Sandusky is undersized for the position and will probably move into more of an outside linebacker role at the next level. That said as he went off in 2019, earning 1st team All SWC honors, and accounting for 10 sacks, 22 tackles for loss, and 70 total tackles.

Jake Moore 6-2 240 DL Wilsonville

Earned 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football, projecting more on defense due to size. Made 47 total tackles, with 13 tackles for loss, and 5 sacks on the year.

Tyler Exline 6-3 220 DE Banks

Exline had another big season in what has become a 4A powerhouse under Cole Linehan. He made 34 total tackles, with 16 tackles for loss and 6 sacks on the year.