Final California rankings from Rivals, Scout.com

Arcadia’s Todd Golper is ranked the No. 25 best recruit in California and Maranatha’s Matt Schilz is ranked No. 91.

Rivals.com California Postseason Top 100 2009 (Last sorted on 1/25/2009)

2009 Rank Pos Ht/Wt School
1 Matt Barkley Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei QB 6-3/226 USC
Earned MVP Award at Under Armour All American Game by passing for 237 yards and two touchdowns

2 Vontaze Burfict
Corona (CA) Centennial LB 6-2/244 USC
Was the third-leading tackler for the West team in the Army Bowl. He also dominated in all-star game practices, capping off an amazing senior season that saw him lead his team to a CIF title and a state championship.

3 Patrick Hall
Ventura (CA) St. Bonaventure ATH 6-1/181 USC
U.S. Army All-America member averaged 9.69 yards a carry as a senior and had 11 touchdown runs in 2009. He made several dozen tackles from his safety spot.

4 T.J. McDonald
Fresno (CA) Edison DB 6-2/200 USC
His physical presence and ability at the U. S. Army All-American practices was reminiscent of his father, Tim McDonald.

5 Randall Carroll
Los Angeles (CA) Cathedral ATH 5-10/175 USC
Speed kills, and Carroll is one of the fastest in the nation. He has recorded a sub-10.5 100-meters. He also had a tremendous senior season with an average of more than 18 yards per catch.

6 Cliff Harris
Fresno (CA) Edison DB 6-0/165 Oregon
Demonstrated the best cover skills of any defensive back during the U. S. Army All American practices.

7 Michael Philipp
San Bernardino (CA) Arroyo Valley OL 6-3/320 Oregon State
Philipp, who was part of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, can play guard, tackle or center.

8 Cierre Wood
Oxnard (CA) Santa Clara RB 6-0/192 Notre Dame
Wood, the main offensive weapon for his high school team this past season, rushed for 1,526 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior.

9 Kevin Graf
Agoura (CA) Agoura OL 6-6/301 USC
A solid senior season was capped off by a strong showing in the Under Amour All-American Game.

10 Morrell Presley
Carson (CA) Carson WR 6-4/215 UCLA
Presley had three catches for 40 yards in the Under Armour All-American Game.

11 Byron Moore
Harbor City (CA) Narbonne DB 6-0/188 list
Moore played his way into the Rivals100 with jaw-dropping performances at the USC Rising Star Camp and FBU Top Gun Camp. He helped Narbonne go deep in the CIF City Section playoffs.

12 Rolando Jefferson
Fresno (CA) Edison WR 6-2/190 list
Averaged more than 24 yards a catch and had 11 TDs in 2007.

13 Richard Brehaut
Rancho Cucamonga (CA) Los Osos QB 6-2/206 UCLA
Completed 65 percent of his passes for 2,248 yards and 22 TDs in 2007.

14 Jemari Roberts
Long Beach (CA) Woodrow Wilson WR 6-3/205 Stanford
Has a 3.97 GPA and speed to burn.

15 Marquis Simmons
Compton (CA) Dominguez LB 6-2/215 USC
Committed to USC as a sophomore and really blew up at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp.

16 Marlon Pollard
San Bernardino (CA) Cajon DB 6-1/160 UCLA
Also an all-state performer in the long jump and triple jump.

17 Shaquelle Evans
Inglewood (CA) Inglewood WR 6-0/203 Notre Dame
Caught 30 passes for 608 yards and three TDs, also returned a kickoff for a score.

18 Tate Forcier
San Diego (CA) Scripps Ranch QB 6-0/184 Michigan
Last two seasons has passed for 4,024 yards while rushing for 1,266 yards.

19 James Boyd
Los Angeles (CA) Jordan ATH 6-4/211 USC
Nicknamed “The Beast”. Threw for 2,499 yards and 23 TDs, recorded 72 tackles and 11 sacks in ’07.

20 Allan Bridgford
Mission Viejo (CA) Mission Viejo QB 6-3/213 California
Threw for 2,508 yards and 22 TDs in 2007.

21 Sheldon Price
La Puente (CA) Bishop Amat DB 6-2/155 UCLA
Tall, rangy corner that has size to match up with bigger receivers.

22 De’Von Flournoy
Van Nuys (CA) Birmingham WR 6-0/178 USC
Has had 61 catches for 1,482 yards and 22 TDs over the past two seasons.

23 Osahon Irabor
Upland (CA) Upland DB 5-10/178 Arizona State
Earned first-team all-league from his cornerback position as a junior.

24 Levine Toilolo
San Diego (CA) Helix TE 6-8/239 Stanford
Had a steallar performance as a TE at the NUC Combine last year and had 13 sacks from the DE position.

25 Todd Golper
Arcadia (CA) Arcadia LB 6-0/225 UCLA
Totaled 122 tackles, 11 sacks and two INTs last year.

Arcadia’s Todd Golper is listed at No. 22 (Note: He opened the season ranked No. 15)

Scout.com Class of 2009 California Top 101 (Final Rankings)

Rank Name Pos High School (City, State) Ht/Wt Verbal
1 Matt Barkley QB Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei 6-3/218 USC
2 Vontaze Burfict MLB Corona (Calif.) Centennial 6-2/235 USC
3 T.J. McDonald S Fresno (Calif.) Edison 6-1/181/4.63 USC
4 Morrell Presley TE Carson (Calif.) Carson 6-3.5/215 UCLA
5 Cliff Harris CB Fresno (Calif.) Edison 6-0/170/4.5
6 Patrick Hall S Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure 6-1.5/185 USC
7 Kevin Graf OT Agoura (Calif.) Agoura 6-5.5/297 USC
8 Byron Moore S Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne 6-1/200
9 Tyler Gaffney FB San Diego (Calif.) Cathedral Catholic 6-1/215/4.49 Stanford
10 Richard Brehaut QB Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos 6-2/205 UCLA
11 Shaquelle Evans WR Inglewood (Calif.) Inglewood 6-2/192 Notre Dame
12 Zach Ertz TE Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista 6-6/225 Stanford
13 Michael Philipp OT San Bernardino (Calif.) Arroyo Valley 6-4/295
14 Marquis Simmons WLB Compton (Calif.) Dominguez 6-1/225 USC
15 Rolando Jefferson WR Fresno (Calif.) Edison 6-2.5/190
16 James Boyd DE Los Angeles (Calif.) Jordan 6-5/220 USC
17 Randall Carroll WR Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral 6-0/195 USC
18 Cierre Wood RB Oxnard (Calif.) Santa Clara 6-0/200/4.5 Notre Dame
19 Levine Toilolo TE La Mesa (Calif.) Helix 6-7/234 Stanford
20 Usua Amanam RB San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep 5-10/180/4.46 Stanford
21 Tate Forcier QB San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch 6-1/190/4.63 Michigan
22 Todd Golper MLB Arcadia (Calif.) Arcadia 6-1/225 UCLA
23 Derek Carr QB Bakersfield (Calif.) Bakersfield Christian 6-3/190 Fresno State
24 Devon Flournoy WR Van Nuys (Calif.) Birmingham 6-2/180/4.4 USC
25 Diante Jackson WR Walnut Creek (Calif.) Los Lomas 6-3/190 Colorado

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26 Dasarte Yarnway
San Francisco (CA) Sacred Heart Cathedral RB 6-0/215 California
Back to back 1,000 yard seasons in 2006 and 2007.

27 Bernard Bolden
Merced (CA) Merced DB 5-10/175 list
Called possibly the best player in Northern California.

28 Brandon Sermons
Pomona (CA) Diamond Ranch DB 6-0/176 UCLA
Has run a 10.5 100-meter dash and is quickly bolting up the rankings.

29 Trevor Erno
Lakewood (CA) Lakewood LB 6-0/225 Arizona
Strong, old school inside linebacker.

30 Edward Nuckols
San Marcos (CA) Mission Hills DT 6-2/290 Colorado
Recorded 34 tackles, six TFLs and one INT, while scoring seven offensive TDs in 2007.

31 Daniel Jenkins
Moreno Valley (CA) Rancho Verde RB 5-9/171 Arizona
Inland Empire star RB has some of the most impressive film in California.

32 Tyler Gaffney
San Diego (CA) Cathedral Catholic RB 6-1/215 Stanford
Rushed for 1,552 yards as a junior.

33 Diante Jackson
Walnut Creek (CA) Las Lomas WR 6-0/188 Colorado
Led his team to a 13-1 record and caught the game winning touchdown in the team’s 2A East Bay championship game in 2007.

34 Josh Nunes
Upland (CA) Upland QB 6-3/208 Stanford
Was named co-league offensive player of the year in 2007.

35 Dijon Washington
Lawndale (CA) Leuzinger DB 6-0/173 Nebraska
Earned firat-team all-league as a junior.

36 Kevin Greene
San Francisco (CA) Sacred Heart Cathedral DE 6-3/230 USC
Played football for the first time in 2007.

37 Ricky Marvray
Corona (CA) Centennial WR 5-11/184 UCLA
Earned second-team team all-league as a junior.

38 Eric Martin
Moreno Valley (CA) Rancho Verde LB 6-2/216 list
Was voted the top underclass LB at the 2007 SoCal NIKE Camp

39 Melvin Richardson
Long Beach (CA) Poly RB 5-10/205 list
Rushed for 1,316 yards as a junior while averaging over 10 yards a carry.

40 William Sutton
Corona (CA) Centennial DT 6-0/248 Arizona State
As a junior, Sutton earned all-league, all-CIF and second-team all-county.

41 Sione Tuihalamaka
Gardena (CA) Junipero Serra DT 6-2/275 Arizona
Earned first-team all-league, all-area, all-CIF and second-team all-state honors in 2007.

42 Vachel Samuels
Lynwood (CA) Lynwood DB 6-0/190 California
Earned all-league honors as a junior.

43 Lester White
Riverside (CA) J.W. North DB 6-2/205 list
Ran a 4.48-second time this summer at a SPARQ Camp.

44 Taylor Martinez
Corona (CA) Centennial ATH 6-0/176 Nebraska
Was named California player of the year.

45 Avery Patterson
Pittsburg (CA) Pittsburg DB 5-9/163 Oregon
Earned first-team all-league and second-team all-state underclass as a junior.

46 Zach Ertz
Danville (CA) Monte Vista TE 6-6/230 Stanford
Had 390 yards receiving in 2006.

47 Jackson Powell
Newbury Park (CA) Newbury Park DE 6-4/215 Arizona
Brother and father played at USC.

48 Arthur Burns
Corona (CA) Centennial RB 5-10/206 Washington State
Helped lead team to a CIF and state championship.

49 Kevin Danser
San Jose (CA) Bellarmine Prep OL 6-6/295 Stanford
Earned first-team all-league, second-team all-metro and first-team all-state underclass as a junior.

50 Chris Metcalf
Compton (CA) Compton LB 6-2/183 USC
Recorded 56 solo tackles while being named all-league.

51 Craig Payne
Ontario (CA) Colony DE 6-4/287 Utah
Moved to California from Louisiana.

52 Jordan Wynn
Oceanside (CA) Oceanside QB 6-2/178 Utah
Earned first-team all-league, all-city, all-county and second-team all-state underclass honors in 2007. Also, led team to Div II state title as a junior.

53 Greg Capella
Visalia (CA) El Diamante OL 6-4/326 UCLA
Earned all-league, all-central section and all-state underclassmen in 2007.

54 Steven Fanua
Milipitas (CA) Milpitas LB 6-1/200 California
Earned all-state Underclass honors the last two years and was the defensive MVP of the league as sophomore and junior.

55 James Johnson
Valley Center (CA) Valley Center ATH 6-0/183 list
Earned first-team San Diego Section CIF wide receiver as a junior. Earned first-team San Diego Section CIF as a cornerback his sophomore year.

56 Cameron Marshall
San Jose (CA) Valley Christian RB 5-11/200 Arizona State
Earned all-section honors on both sides of the ball as a running back and linebacker for his junior season.

57 Delvon Purvis
Los Angeles (CA) Jordan WR 5-10/177 list
Earned all-city honors for both his sophomore and juniors seasons as a wide receiver.

58 Nik Abele
Irvine (CA) Irvine OL 6-6/252 UCLA
Earned first-team all-league as a defensive end his junior season.

59 Kylan Butler
Concord (CA) De La Salle RB 5-6/180 Arizona
Earned honorable mention all-city honors in 2007.

60 Brian Schwenke
Oceanside (CA) Oceanside OL 6-3/250 California
A first-team all-league, second-team all-county, second-team all-state selection as a junior.

61 Michael Clay
San Jose (CA) Bellarmine Prep LB 5-11/205 Oregon
Earned all-area, second-team all-metro, and second-team all-state underclass honors as a junior.

62 Talia Crichton
Lakewood (CA) Lakewood DE 6-4/245 Washington
Earned first-team all-league honors as a sophomore and junior.

63 Iuta Tepa
Long Beach (CA) Poly DE 6-3/230 Hawaii
Blew up with a great senior season for the powerful Poly program.

64 Joe Southwick
Danville (CA) San Ramon Valley QB 6-0/178 Boise State
Threw for 1,856 yards as a junior.

66 Jamaal Burrell
Compton (CA) Dominguez OL 6-4/260 Oregon
Burrell is a solid student with a 3.4 GPA.

67 Terrence Miller
Moreno Valley (CA) Rancho Verde TE 6-4/220 Arizona
Could play a number of positions, including tight end or H-back.

68 Alex Mascarenas
Mission Viejo (CA) Mission Viejo ATH 5-10/175 UCLA
All-state underclass selection as a sophomore.

69 Justin Brown
Compton (CA) Compton DT 6-2/256 list
Has a 365-pound bench press.

70 Derek Carr
Bakersfield (CA) Bakersfield Christian QB 6-3/200 Fresno State
Is the younger brother of current NFL quarterback David Carr.

72 Austyn Carta-Samuels
San Jose (CA) Bellarmine Prep QB 6-0/207 list
Earned league junior of the year, first-team all-league and second-team all-county as a junior.

73 Kenneth Cooper
Merced (CA) Merced TE 6-5/245 list
Earned all-area, all-district and first-team all-conference as a junior.

74 Arby Fields
Rancho Cucamonga (CA) Los Osos RB 5-8/187 Northwestern
One of the best all-purpose players in the Inland Empire.

75 J.T. Kerr
San Diego (CA) Scripps Ranch TE 6-4/230 Nebraska
Played in a run dominated offense in 2007 but still caught 12 balls for 146 yards and a touchdown.

76 Nathan Mayfield
Merced (CA) Merced DE 6-4/215 list
As a junior, Mayfield racked up 54 tackles and eight sacks to earn all-league honors.

77 Taimi Tutogi
Chula Vista (CA) Chula Vista DE 6-1/260 Arizona
Could play on either side of the ball, but likely will play defensive end at Arizona.

78 Lazarri Middleton
Long Beach (CA) Poly DB 6-1/190 Nebraska
Another Poly player that saw his stock shoot up with a great senior season.

79 Tim Tucker
Harbor City (CA) Narbonne LB 6-2/240 Washington
All of the attention was on Byron Moore this season, but Tucker developed into the team’s defensive star.

80 Isaiah Bowens
La Puente (CA) Bishop Amat LB 6-3/220 UCLA
Earned second-team all-league as a junior.

81 Clark Evans
Los Alamitos (CA) Los Alamitos QB 6-5/225 Colorado
Evans accounted for nearly 3,000 yards of offense and 28 touchdowns as a junior.

82 Anthony Carpenter
Gardena (CA) Junipero Serra DB 6-0/171 Washington State
A first-team all-league selection as junior.

83 Nat Berhe
Colton (CA) Colton DB 5-10/160 San Diego State
Was an all-league and all-county pick as junior.

84 Usua Amanam
San Jose (CA) Bellarmine Prep ATH 5-8/174 Stanford
Earned all-state, all-metro and was League MVP as a junior.

85 Jordan Barrett
Sherman Oaks (CA) Notre Dame LB 6-3/225 list
Recorded more than 100 tackles as a junior.

86 Travis Brown
Fresno (CA) Clovis West LB 6-0/220 Fresno State
Son of Fresno State defensive coordinator Dan Brown.

87 Richard Spencer
Moreno Valley (CA) Rancho Verde DB 6-0/188 UTEP
“He’s a great kid and has a nice upside to him,” his coach, Pete Duffy, said. “He loves to hit and is a very good athlete.”

88 Jordan Johnson
Corona (CA) Santiago OL 6-5/316 Idaho
An all-league pick in 2007.

89 Marte Sears
Fresno (CA) McLane DB 6-3/184 list
Dominated at the Palo Alto NIKE Camp this past spring.

90 Nathan Fellner
Fresno (CA) Clovis West DB 6-0/200 Washington
As a junior, Fellner rushed for 454 yards on 76 carries while averaging 6.0 yards per carry and scoring three rushing touchdowns. He also hauled in 19 receptions for 292 yards and two receiving touchdowns.

91 Matt Schilz
Pasadena (CA) Maranatha QB 6-2/182 Bowling Green
Helped team go deep in state playoffs.

92 Eric Pinkins
Sacramento (CA) Inderkum DB 6-2/177 list
Earned all-league honors as a junior.

93 Caylin Hauptmann
Beverly Hills (CA) Beverly Hills OL 6-3/307 list
Earned first-team all-league as a junior.

96 Marlion Barnett
Corona (CA) Santiago ATH 6-2/202 Washington
Earned first-team all-CIF and first-team all-league honors as a junior.

97 Brett Thompson
El Dorado Hills (CA) Oak Ridge WR 6-3/205 BYU
Earned all-state underclass honors as a sophomore and all-league as a junior

98 Caleb Herring
Perris (CA) Citrus Hill QB 6-3/168 UNLV
A hidden talent from the Inland Empire.

99 Everett Benyard
San Diego (CA) Cathedral Catholic OL 6-6/318 Oregon
Cathedral won a CIF title this past season led by a dominating running game and Benyard was a big reason for that.

100 Jontell Reedom
Tulare (CA) Tulare Union RB 5-9/194 list
Rushed for 2,707 yards as a junior.

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26 John Michael Davis WLB Los Flores (Calif.) Tesoro 6-1/220/4.59 Boise State
27 Allan Bridgford QB Mission Viejo (Calif.) Mission Viejo 6-3.5/185 California
28 Josh Nunes QB Upland (Calif.) Upland 6-4/205 Stanford
29 Dasarte Yarnway RB San Francisco (Calif.) Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep 6-0/210 California
30 Jemari Roberts WR Long Beach (Calif.) Wilson 6-2/205 Stanford
31 Marlon Pollard CB San Bernardino (Calif.) Cajon 6-1/165/4.5 UCLA
32 Travis Brown SLB Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West 6-1/210 Fresno State
33 Michael Clay WLB San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep 6-0/205/4.58
34 Osahon Irabor CB Upland (Calif.) Upland 6-0/185 Arizona State
35 Brandon Sermons CB Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch 6-0/180 UCLA
36 Brett Thompson WR El Dorado Hills (Calif.) Oak Ridge 6-3/190 BYU
37 Daniel Jenkins RB Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde 5-10/180 Arizona
38 Kevin Greene DE San Francisco (Calif.) Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep 6-3/235 USC
39 Joe Southwick QB Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley 6-1/185 Boise State
40 Steven Fanua MLB Milpitas (Calif.) Milpitas 6-1/210 California
41 Greg Capella OG Visalia (Calif.) El Diamante 6-5/330 UCLA
42 Ricky Marvray WR Corona (Calif.) Centennial 6-1.5/185 UCLA
43 Taylor Martinez QB Corona (Calif.) Centennial 6-1/185 Nebraska
44 Iuta Tepa DE Long Beach (Calif.) Poly 6-3/248/4.7 Hawaii
45 Vachel Samuels CB Lynwood (Calif.) Lynwood 6-0/190 California
46 Will Sutton DT Corona (Calif.) Centennial 6-1/245 Arizona State
47 Trevor Erno WLB Lakewood (Calif.) Lakewood 6-2/226 Arizona
48 Christopher Coyle TE Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian 6-3/220 Arizona State
49 Nik Abele OT Irvine (Calif.) Irvine 6-6/255 UCLA
50 Cameron Marshall RB San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian 5-10/195
51 Cody Vaz QB Stockton (Calif.) St. Mary’s 6-2/205 Oregon State
52 Clark Evans QB Los Alamitos (Calif.) Los Alamitos 6-5/225 Colorado
53 Sheldon Price CB La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat 6-1/165 UCLA
54 Arthur Burns RB Corona (Calif.) Centennial 5-11/212 Washington State
55 Sean Schroeder QB Dana Hills (Calif.) Dana Hills 6-3/185 Duke
56 Chris Metcalf S Compton (Calif.) Compton 6-1.5/190 USC
57 Alex Mascarenas CB Mission Viejo (Calif.) Mission Viejo 5-11.5/180 UCLA
58 Bradley Randle RB Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta 5-10/190 UNLV
59 Bijon Samoodi CB Anaheim (Calif.) Servite 5-8/170
60 Charles Leno OT San Leandro (Calif.) 6-5/265 Boise State
61 Eric Martin MLB Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde 6-1.5/210
62 Stanjarivus McKay S Long Beach (Calif.) Poly 6-2/205 UCLA
63 Brian Schwenke OG Oceanside (Calif.) Oceanside 6-4/250 California
64 Edward Nuckols DT San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills 6-3-300 Colorado
65 Jamal Smith WR Oxnard (Calif.) Oxnard 6-2/180 Utah
66 Justin Brown DT Compton (Calif.) Compton 6-2/265
67 Austyn Carta-Samuels QB San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep 6-1/205/4.65 Wyoming
68 Jordan Wynn QB Oceanside (Calif.) Oceanside 6-2/180 Utah
69 Jabari Carr S San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove 6-1/180
70 Trevor Fox OG Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral 6-4/295 Oregon
71 Avery Patterson CB Pittsburg (Calif.) Pittsburg 5-9/160 Oregon
72 Nathan Fellner S Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West 6-0/190/4.5 Washington
73 Dijon Washington S Lawndale (Calif.) Leuzinger 6-2/185 Nebraska
74 Sean Martin CB Corona (Calif.) Santiago 6-1/165 Oregon State
75 Anthony Carpenter S Gardena (Calif.) Serra 6-1/180 Washington State
76 J.T. Kerr TE San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch 6-5/240 Nebraska
77 Everett Benyard OT San Diego (Calif.) Cathedral Catholic 6-6/315 Oregon
78 James Johnson WR Escondido (Calif.) Valley Center 6-1/180/4.45
79 Marlion Barnett TE Corona (Calif.) Santiago 6-3/230 Washington
80 Keith Price QB Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco 6-2/175 Washington
81 Anthony Anderson DE La Mesa (Calif.) Helix 6-5/225 Oregon
82 Isaiah Bowens SLB La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat 6-3/220 UCLA
83 Talia Crichton DE Lakewood (Calif.) Lakewood 6-4/240 Washington
84 Gregory Smith TE Perris (Calif.) Citrus Hill 6-3/240 Arizona State
85 Tim Tucker MLB Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne 6-2/230
86 Lester White S Riverside (Calif.) J.W. North 6-2/205
87 Terrence Miller TE Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde 6-3.5/205 Arizona
88 Jeff Tuel QB Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West 6-3/188 Washington State
89 Kevin Danser OT San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep 6-4/295 Stanford
90 Trevor Peterson TE Placerville (Calif.) El Dorado 6-4/220 Boise State
91 Lars Bramer OT Clovis (Calif.) Buchanan 6-5/250 Fresno State
92 Jayson Allmond FB Bloomington (Calif.) Bloomington 6-1/235 UCLA
93 Corey Nielsen QB Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr 5-11/180 Hawaii
94 Nat Harrison SLB Fresno (Calif.) Edison 6-3/228
95 Taniela Maka WLB Long Beach (Calif.) Jordan 6-1/225 UCLA
96 Evan Finkenberg OT Los Flores (Calif.) Tesoro 6-5/255
97 Nikko Motta DE Sanger (Calif.) Sanger 6-3/265 Fresno State
98 James Orth WR Modesto (Calif.) Central Catholic 6-2/185 San Jose State
99 Quayshawn Buckley OG Ontario (Calif.) Colony 6-4/270 Washington State
100 Arby Fields RB Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos 5-9/190 Northwestern
101 James Flynn WR Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame 6-0.5/170