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Bay Area Postseason Top 45: Nos. 15-11

Matteo Perez carries the ball in the season finale at Redwood. Chris Jackson / Staff Photo
Matteo Perez carries the ball in the season finale at Redwood. Chris Jackson / Staff Photo

The Bay Area Postseason Player Rankings are here, this time with Nos. 15-11. Only players located in cities on the Bay Area Census are eligible for the rankings. Be sure to check out Nos. 45-41, 40-36, 35-31, 30-26, 25-21 and 20-16

15. Dominique Lampin (Serra, Junior, Quarterback)

Lampkin’s dual-threat abilities were key in Serra’s special season, which included a No. 2 spot in the Bay Area Football Rankings and an unbeaten campaign.

Lampkin threw for eight touchdowns and ran for two, which comes after he had 750 passing yards, 448 rushing yards and 12 total touchdowns as a junior when he came in to replace the injured Daylin McLemore, who is now at Arizona State.

Fresno State and Illinois State are Lampkin’s two offers.

14. Adam Garwood (Los Gatos, Senior, Running Back)

Garwood was one of the premier running backs in California during his high school career.

The Los Gatos senior finished with 604 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns in Los Gatos’ undefeated spring campaign. He ran for 1,260 yards and 20 touchdowns last season, helping the Wildcats to a Central Coast Section title.

Garwood recently committed to Cal Poly over an offer from the University of San Diego.

13. Jurrion Dickey (Valley Christian, Sophomore, Wide Receiver)

A four-star prospect and top 100 player in his class, Dickey shined in a run-heavy Valley Christian scheme once again.

Dickey totaled 236 receiving yards and five touchdowns in four games, with those scores accounting for five of his 14 catches. Dickey had 541 receiving yards and seven touchdowns as a freshman.

His offers include Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, California, Oregon State, Pittsburgh and San Jose State.

12. Tristan Hofmann (Half Moon Bay, Senior, Running Back/Linebacker)

Hofmann was a two-way standout at Half Moon Bay, and his production shows why.

Before doing it all as a senior during a 3-3 season, Hofmann was the league’s player of the year as a junior when he tallied 1,286 rushing yards, 22 touchdowns, 104 tackles and 17 tackles for loss. He was a four-year varsity player, as he had 986 passing yards, 522 rushing yards and 50 tackles as a sophomore, alongside 409 rushing yards and 96 tackles as a freshman.

Hofmann will play collegiately at Puget Sound.

11. Matteo Perez (Marin Catholic, Senior, Running Back)

Perez and Marin Catholic accomplished history in the spring by going undefeated.

Perez finished with 12 touchdowns and also intercepted three passes, part of a 5-0 squad that outscored opponents 186-44. Last year, Perez had 2,024 rushing yards and 30 touchdowns, which came after he ran for 1,271 yards and 10 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2018.

The Marin Catholic sensation will become a first-generation college student and signed with UC Davis. 

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