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2021 Football Preview: Top 10 Offensive Linemen
Which offensive linemen made the cut?
Published: 7/5/2021 12:56:53 PM
Brandon Baney
Managing Editor/Broadcaster


As we head towards a new football season in the fall of 2021, is getting fans ready by unveiling the Top 10 players at each position.  These lists feature players from all corners of the state, and from all six classification levels.  Each week, we'll publish a new list of Top 10 players.  Here's the schedule:

July 5 (Offensive Linemen)

July 12 (Defensive Linemen)

July 19 (Running Backs)

July 26 (Linebackers)

August 2 (Wide Receivers/Tight Ends)

August 9 (Defensive Backs)

August 16 (Quarterbacks)

Without further ado, here are the Top 10 Offensive Linemen to watch out for in 2021.  These selections have been made by the editorial staff at, and are listed in alphabetical order by school.

Wyatt Sanford, Coeur d'Alene (Sr.)

Sanford started every game at right tackle last season for the Vikings, and has gotten the attention of several colleges over the summer.  Sanford brings good size (6-4, 265 lbs.) to a revamped Coeur d'Alene offensive line in 2021.

Jovani Gomez, Declo (Sr.)

At 5-8 and 215 lbs., Gomez brings a strong run-blocking profile to a compact frame.  Gomez was a 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All-Conference selection last year as a junior, and he helped the Hornets rush for over 300 yards per game.

Alex Ortiz, Firth (Sr.)

The 6-0, 225 lb. senior will anchor the Cougars' offensive line in 2021.  Ortiz earned 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All-Conference accolades a year ago, as his superb blocking helped Firth advance to the Class 2A state championship game.

Cody Dickard, Melba (Jr.)

Standing at an imposing 6-1 and 260 lbs., Dickard was the leader of the Mustangs' offensive line last year as a sophomore, starting at center.  Generally the center is responsible for making sure all five linemen are on the same page, and the fact that those duties were given to a sophomore speaks volumes.  Dickard has been opening eyes on the camp circuit this summer.

Gunnar Clark, Mountain Home (Sr.)

Clark picked up 1st Team All-Conference and 2nd Team All-State honors last year, and may be one of Idaho's most underrated players.  At 6-2 and 285 lbs., Clark possesses the size and skills that college coaches salivate over.

Cael Neeley, North Fremont (Sr.)

Neeley earned 1st Team All-Conference honors last year, and used his quick 5-10, 220 lb. frame along with excellent technique to open holes for All-State running back Jordan Lenz.  Neeley and Lenz are back in 2021, which has North Fremont fans envisioning big things for the Huskies.

Kellen Parks, Notus (Sr.)

Standing at 6-5 and 270 lbs., players with Park's size don't always come around at the Class 1A D1 level.  Parks earned 1st Team All-Conference and 2nd Team All-State honors last year as a junior. 

Davin Jones, Raft River (Sr.)

Jones paved the way 2,000-yard rusher Ethan Bernad a season ago, as Raft River routinely racked up the rushing yardage.  As Thaine Loughmiller becomes the new lead back, Trojans fans are hopeful that Jones' blocking up front can produce a similar outcome in 2021.

Tui Edwin, Skyline (Jr.)

As a sophomore in 2020, Edwin started at left guard for a Skyline team that ultimately won the Class 4A state championship.  Edwin has already been noticed by college recruiters, and could be one of the highest ranked prospects heading into this senior season in the fall of 2022.

Rylee Willet, Weiser (Sr.)

Willet is the only linemen with 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All-Conference honors returning to Class 3A football this year.  At 6-0 and 225 lbs., his abilities up front will be crucial for a Weiser offense loaded with big play potential in 2021.


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