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The Bay Area Postseason Player Rankings are here, this time with Nos. 40-36. Only players located in cities on the Bay Area Census are eligible for the rankings. Be sure to check out Nos. 45-41.
40. Jalen Moss (Menlo-Atherton, Junior, Receiver)
The Power Five prospect built off an impressive sophomore campaign with some gaudy numbers in 2021.
In a loaded receiving corps, Moss was the leader for M-A, totaling a team-high 319 yards and three touchdowns on 19 catches, helping the Bears ao an undefeated record in the spring.
Moss boasts offers from Arizona State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Oregon State and UNLV.
39. Eric Hunter III (Amador Valley, Senior, Running Back)
In just three games, Hunter III rushed for 528 yards and three scores before the final two games were canceled.
This follows up a junior year when Hunter III was a first team all-league selection as a running back and safety, as he tallied 833 rushing yards, 211 receiving yards and three interceptions.
Hunter recently committed to Diablo Valley College over offers from Black Hills State and Linfield.
38. Logan Stelling (Christopher, Senior, Running Back)
A two-time West Coast Preps Men’s Athlete of the Week selection, Stelling was a force to be reckoned with this spring.
Stelling finished with 648 rushing yards and seven touchdowns, alongside 79 receiving yards and one score in three games.
Stelling and Christopher High School compiled an undefeated record.
37. Camilo Arquette (St. Francis, Junior, Running Back / Linebacker)
The Division I prospect is a two-way star for the Lancers.
Part of the No. 16 team in the Bay Area, Arquette registered five touchdowns and one interception while the Lancers went 3-2 against a difficult schedule.
Arquette, who has a San Jose State offer, also dominated as a sophomore in the form of 906 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns while notching 72 tackles defensively.
36. Anthony Homa (Rodriguez, Senior, Receiver)
Previously one of New York’s top receivers, Homa built off that reputation in California in a big way.
Homa had 45 catches for 631 yards and six touchdowns this season, also adding eight two-point conversions in an incredible senior campaign on the gridiron.
All of those numbers were among the best in the state, with his 45 catches ranking No. 3 in California, his 631 receiving yards being No. 12 and his six touchdown catches being No. 36.
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