New Class of 2017 SoCal high school football recruiting rankings

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Just a short time after writing a story on the top Southern California Class of 2017 recruits, which was based on’s composite rankings, the recruiting website on Wednesday released its new rankings, which shuffles its composite rankings.

Calabasas cornerback Darnay Holmes is still the top recruit from SoCal with wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who just transferred from Bishop Gorman (Nevada) to Corona Centennial six spots behind him.  Holmes is ranked as the tenth best prospect overall, while Lindsey is 16th prospect.  Both players are given 5-stars by Southern California Class of 2017 Rankings

#10 Darnay Holmes, CB, Calabasas

#16 Tyjon Lindsey, WR, Corona Centennial

#23 Joseph Lewis, WR, Hawkins

#35 Wyatt Davis, OT, St. John Bosco

#39 Chuck Filiaga, OT, Vista Murrieta

#43 Greg Johnson, ATH, Hawkins

#56 Osiris St. Brown, WR, Mater Dei

#79 Stephen Carr, RB, Summit

#82 Thomas Graham, CB, Rancho Cucamonga

#111 Deommodore Lenoir, CB, Salesian

#123 Tristan Gebbia, QB, Calabasas

#146 Martin Andrus, DE, Los Angeles

#151 Colby Parkinson, TE, Oaks Christian

#161 Brandon McKinney, S, Orange Lutheran

#191 Nathan Tilford, ATH, Upland

When it comes to the composite rankings, Holmes moved up one spot from #7 to #6.  Lindsey dropped from #13 to #16 overall.

Making big jumps were Salesian cornerback Deomomodore Lenior Summit, who moved-up 44 spots to #67, Summit running back Stephen Carr, who moved-up 41 places to #38 and Rancho Cucamonga CB Thomas Graham who jumped 40 spots to #42 overall. Southern California Class of 2017 Composite Rankings

Up 1 to #7 – Darnay Holmes, Calabasas

Down 3 to #16 – Tyjon Lindsey, Corona Centennial

Down 2 to #23 – Joseph Lewis, Hawkins

Up 6 to #28 – Wyatt Davis, St. John Bosco

Up 41 to #38 – Stephen Carr, Summit

Up 40 to #42 – Thomas Graham, Rancho Cucamonga

Down 14 to #56 – Greg Johnson, Hawkins

Up 44 to #67 – Deommodore Lenoir, Salesian

Down 34 to #72 – Chuck Filiaga, Vista Murrieta

Down 23 to #79 – Osiris St. Brown, Mater Dei


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