Sign Up For Newsletter

Contribute to West Coast Preps

West Coast Preps is in its first year of covering high school sports in the Bay Area and is a free platform aimed at letting all of the remarkable stories regarding student-athletes be heard. This is a voluntary contribution to help us during our first year to continue taking pictures, videos at events and allow us to create more quality content in the future. Contributions to West Coast Preps are greatly appreciated. Thank you!

*Please understand that your donation is not eligible for a tax deduction on the federal or state levels.*

Bay Area Top 45 Athletes: Nos. 25-21

Jeremiah Earby prepares for a Menlo-Atherton game against Half Moon Bay. Gregory Moreland-Tuhn / Staff Photo
Jeremiah Earby prepares for a Menlo-Atherton game against Half Moon Bay. Gregory Moreland-Tuhn / Staff Photo


West Coast Preps ranked the Bay Area’s top 45 athletes in all sports following the 2020-21 school year, this time with Nos. 25-21. Nos. 20-16 will be announced on Sunday, August 1. 

Only players located in cities on the Bay Area Census are eligible for the rankings.

Check out who made the list at Nos. 45-41, 40-36, 35-31 and 30-26.

25. Maxwell Weaver (Campolindo, Senior, Football/Basketball)

Weaver was one of the Bay Area’s most prolific receivers this spring, accounting for 527 receiving yards and six touchdowns to guide Campolindo to a 6-0 record and a Diablo Foothill Athletic League title. He was also part of a Campolindo boys basketball squad that went 15-0 and beat 10 ranked teams. Weaver will play college football at Davidson.

24. Kasey Aguinaga (Heritage, Junior, Softball)

The Bay Area Softball Pitcher of the Year led Heritage to a perfect 23-0 record, as she went 17-0 alone on the mound with a 0.71 ERA, 154 strikeouts and 18 walks in 88 ⅓ innings. She also hit 14-of-19 with three doubles and one home run. Aguinaga is committed to Boise State.

23. Aspin Oliver (Vacaville, Senior, Track & Field)

Oliver was a winner in two different events at the Northern California Championships Invitational, as she placed first in both the 100 and 300-meter hurdles. Oliver is heading to Cal Poly.

22. Jeremiah Earby (Menlo-Atherton, Junior, Football/Track)

Earby is typically a three-sport athlete and also plays basketball, but he opted out of that this year to focus on football and track. On a deep Menlo-Atherton football squad, Earby had 244 receiving yards and four touchdowns, along with nine tackles and two interceptions in five games. Earby qualified for CCS track as well but went to some college camps during that time. His offers: Air Force, California, Colorado State, Fresno State, Idaho, Northern Arizona, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State and UC Davis.

21. Jurrion Dickey (Valley Christian, Sophomore, Football/Track)

Dickey is one of the top 100 players nationally in the 2023 class and is a consensus four-star recruit. In a run-heavy Valley Christian offense, Dickey totaled 239 receiving yards and five touchdowns in four games. Dickey came in third place in the 200 meters at the CCS Track & Field championships. He holds offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, California, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, San Jose State, UCLA and UNLV.

Game of the Week Football Week 4 Ended

  • McClymonds vs. Marin Catholic
    39% 1.5k / 3.8k
  • Wilcox vs. Pittsburg
    0% 32 / 3.8k
  • James Logan vs. Heritage
    0% 23 / 3.8k
  • Bishop O'Dowd vs. St. Mary's-Stockton
    1% 50 / 3.8k
  • De La Salle vs. Cathedral Catholic
    0% 29 / 3.8k
  • Berkeley vs. Miramonte
    51% 1.9k / 3.8k
  • Monte Vista vs. Liberty
    5% 212 / 3.8k

Leave a Comment