Top Lineman Class of 2019

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When the High School Football America Preseason 100 is released in 12 days on July 1, IMG Academy (Florida) will once again find itself highly ranked. The Ascenders, who are on a 37-game win streak, feature a ton of talent, especially along the offensive front.

Four IMG seniors are ranked in the Top 25 of top linemen in the nation, according to’s composite rankings. Offensive tackle Evan Neal is ranked as the No. 11 lineman in the nation. Guards Deyavie Hammond and Dontae Lucas are ranked No. 14 and No. 23 respectively. Lucas is the only one of the trio to make a verbal commitment. The 4-star, 6-3, 323 pound Lucas has given his verbal to Florida State.

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The top lineman in the country right now is Darnell Wright of Huntington High School in West Virginia. Wright, a 5-star prospect stands 6-6 and weighs 314 pounds and is considered the No. 5 overall college football prospect. Right now, he has 23 scholarship offers.

Alabama has already received two verbal commitments from offensive linemen in the Top 25. Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) tackle Pierce Quick and Thompson tackle Amari Knight stay in-state with the Crimson Tide.

Both Hewitt-Trussville and Thompson will be in the HSFA Preseason 100.

Top Linemen Class of 2019

No. 1  Darnell Wright, OT – Huntington (West Virginia) – Uncommitted

No. 2 Logan Brown, OT – East Kentwood (Michigan) – Wisconsin

No. 3 Clay Webb, C – Oxford (Alabama) – Uncommitted

No. 4 Devontae Dobbs, OT – Belleville (Michigan) – Uncommitted

No. 5 Kenyon Green, OT – Atascocita (Texas) – Texas A&M

No. 6 Kardell Thomas, OG – Southern University Lab (Louisiana) – LSU

No. 7 Wanya Morris, OT – Grayson (Georgia) – Tennessee

No. 8 Pierce Quick, OT – Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) – Alabama

No. 9 Tyler Johnson, OT – Oak Ridge (Texas) – Texas

No. 10 Harry Miller, C – Buford (Georgia) – Ohio State

No. 11 Evan Neal, OT – IMG Academy (Florida) – Uncommitted

No. 12 Amari Kight, OT – Thompson (Alabama) – Alabama

No. 13 Deyavie Hammond, OG – IMG Academy (Florida) – Uncommitted

No. 14 Doug Nester, OT – Spring Valley (West Virginia) – Ohio Stte

No. 15 Sean Rhyan, OT – San Juan Hills (California) – Uncommitted

No. 16 Jonah Tauanu’u, OT – Narbonne (California) – Uncommitted

No. 17 Caedan Wallace, OG – Hun School (New Jersey) – Penn State

No. 18 Enokk Vimahi, OT – Kahuku (Hawaii) – Uncommitted

No. 19 Quinn Carroll, OT – Edina (Minnesota) – Notre Dame

No. 20 Xavier Truss, OT – Bishop Hendricken (Rhode Island) – Georgia

No. 21 William Putnam, OG – Plant (Florida) – Uncommitted

No. 22 Jason Rodriguez, OT – Oak Hills (California) – USC

No. 23 Dontae Lucas, OG – IMG Academy (Florida) – Florida State

No. 24 Nolan Rumler, OG – Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) – Michigan

No. 25 Branson Bragg, C – Crandall (Texas) – Stanford

Top Linemen Class of 2020

No. 1 Myles Hinton, OT – Greater Atlanta Christian (Georgia) – Uncommitted

No. 2 Paris Johnson, Jr., OT – St. Xavier (Ohio) – Uncommitted

No. 3 Justin Rogers, OG – Oak Park (Michigan) – Uncommitted

No. 4 Mitchell Mayes, OT – Sanderson (North Carolina) – Uncommitted

No. 5 Kevin Pyne, OT – Millis (Massachusetts) – Uncommitted

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.