Los Al OL destined for D-I

D-I schools love offensive line prospects with growth potential. Nothing better for college coaches to get a raw offensive lineman with a lot room to mold, Los Alamitos, Calif., offensive lineman Mike Aguayo (6-5, 260, 5.0) certainly fits the bill.
“Mike is a skinny 260,” Los Alamitos head coach John Barnes said. “He has a lot room to grow.”
“Mike is very athletic,” Barnes said. “He played baseball as a pitcher and first baseman as a freshman, but he has given it up to concentrate on football and is lifting weights.”
“Mike has real good quickness,” Barnes said. “He pull blocks and runs very well.”
“Another thing that colleges are going love about Mike is he has real long arms and he is great at pass protection,” Barnes said. “He is great at pass pro tech.”
“We had four linemen that signed with D-I schools last season,” Barnes said. “I think Mike will join his teammates on the D-I level next year.”
Aguayo has heard from most of the Pac10 with Washington State, Arizona State, Arizona, and Cal in the forefront.
Aguayo benches 280, squats 400 and has recorded a 27-vertical jump. He was an all-league selection in 2003.