Wade Yandall, Carson, 6-4, 305, OL, Sr.
Selected to all-area teams by The Wave, the Los Angeles Times and the Torrance Daily Breeze, Yandall was the Marine League lineman of the year and was also named to the All-Los Angeles City Section squad.
Ryan Sapolu, Edison (Huntington Beach), 6-2, 240, OL, Sr.
The top lineman for a Charger team that was ranked No. 1 in the state for much of the season. He was named the top lineman in the Sunset League and will play at
Led the state of
Justin Utupo, Lakewood, 6-3, 250, DL, Sr.
The defensive player of the year on the All-Southland Team by the Los Angeles Times, Utupo was also the defensive player of the year in the Moore League. He had 16 sacks and 29 tackles for losses. He will play at Notre Dame.
Vei Moala, Grant (Sacramento), 6-3, 325, DL, Jr.
One of the top recruits in the country in the Class of 2011, Moala was the defensive MVP on the Sacramento Bee’s All-Metro Team. He had 104 tackles on the season with 15 sacks.
Wilson Edwards, Poly (
Named the offensive lineman of the year in the Moore League, Edwards was also selected to the All-Pac 5 Division team in the Southern Section.
Hardy set a state record, according to CalHiSports, with 23 blocked kicks in his career. He also was one of the state leaders in interceptions with 10 while also racking up 65 tackles. A member of the Riverside Press-Enterprise All-Area team, Hardy also found a spot on the All-Inland Division team.
Thomas Molesi, Oceanside, 6-2, 280, DL, Sr.
Named the Defensive MVP of the Valley League, Molesi anchored the defensive line for the Pirates, who won the CIF Division I state championship. Molesi also made the All-San Diego Section team as the honor squad’s defensive MVP. He will play at
Rene Siluano, Oceanside, 5-10, 190, LB, Sr.
A member of the All-San Diego Section Team, Siluano was one of the leading tacklers for the Pirates, who won the CIF Division I state championship for the second time. Siluano will play at