2019 L.A. Times high school football preview series
A look at some of the top high school football players at each position in the Southland for the upcoming 2019 season.
Bryce Young helped Mater Dei win a mythical national title, but his biggest achievement was becoming the first African American quarterback there.
John Humphreys, a record-setting receiver at Corona del Mar, is the fourth sibling in his family who will have a chance to play in college.
AJ Vaipulu of Corona Centennial was a backup offensive tackle as a freshman, who by the playoffs became a starter.
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Running back Anthony Spearman III of Sherman Oaks Notre Dame was hitting his stride as a sophomore last season when an ankle injury sidelined him.
Narbonne defensive lineman Jordan Berry continues to improve as he prepares for a chance to play for LSU in college.
Oaks Christian coach calls linebacker Mister Williams ‘a poor man’s Myles Jack because he’s not Myles Jack yet, but he could be.’
Birmingham defensive back Mason White begins his senior season as a 16-year-old, but he’s playing up to his potential.
Sierra Canyon kicker Josh Bryan has shaken off a miss in a state championship bowl game to become a reliable weapon for the Trailblazers.