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Stars:  247Sports (3), ESPN (3), Scout (3), 247Sports Composite (2), Rivals (2)
National Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports Composite (2001)
National Offensive Guard Ratings:  ESPN (61), Scout (66), 247Sports (82), 247Sports Composite (104)
Regional Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (176)
Arizona Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (20), 247Sports (26), 247Sports Composite (30)
Ratings/Scout Grades:  247Sports (80), 247Sports Composite (0.7926), ESPN (74), Rivals (5.4)


Centennial HS (2011-13)

► Prep squad combined to compile a 33-6 overall record and 21-1 conference mark during his three varsity campaigns
► A two-time first-team All-West Valley selection who was the only junior to earn the recognition in 2012
► Earned first-team Division II All-State honors by 247Sports and first-team All-West Valley recognition for the second consecutive season for a squad that finished 10-2 overall and was 6-0 in conference play to win the II Section III Football title as a team captain during his 2013 senior season
► Team finished the 2013 season by reaching the quarterfinals of the Division II state playoffs and ranked No. 9 overall in the state of Arizona and No. 3 in the Division II rankings
► Helped pave the way for his senior team to lead the league with 3,785 rushing yards, an average of 315.4 rushing yards per game and 8.32 yards per carry, while ranking fifth and seventh in the state of Arizona in the first two categories
► Added midseason and preseason All-State honors from Scout and was ranked the No. 10 offensive lineman by Scout in the  preseason while also on Scout’s watch list for offensive tackles prior to the 2013 campaign
► Named by Scout as the No. 4 preseason center in the West in 2013 despite not playing that position
► Played tackle as a sophomore and senior and guard as a junior
► Earned second-team All-State and first-team All-West Valley honors as a 2012 junior as his team was the state Division II runner up and won the Division II Section III title with a 12-2 overall record and 8-0 conference mark and finished the season ranked No. 8 overall in the state of Arizona and No. 3 among Division II schools
► Helped pave the way for his 2012 junior squad to lead the conference in rushing yards (3,740) and rushing yards per game (267.1 ypg), total points (687) and points per game (49.1 ppg)
► Team finished his 2011 sophomore season 11-2 overall and 7-1 in conference games and reached the semifinals of the Division II State finals, finishing seventh in the state and second among Division II teams in the state, first in scoring (474) and points per game (36.7 ppg)
► Wore No. 77


► Says he watched “The Drive” television show on Pac-12 Networks during the 2013 season to get an inside look at Cal football
► Dropped 25 pounds prior to the 2013 season
► Skipped his prom in May of 2013 to make an unofficial visit to Cal
► Has an interest in photography
► Has testing numbers according to ESPN in the 40-yard dash (5.20), 20-yard shuttle (4.84), vertical jump (21.1), power throw (34.0) and SPARQ rating (62.1)
► Competed at the 2013 Los Angeles NFTC


“Bennett comes across as a tough and solid offensive lineman who we feel will need to slide to offensive guard at the college level, but with development can effectively contribute at the FBS level. He is a physical player that will work to stay with and try to finish blocks.”

“The Bears are getting a player that will bring his lunch pail to work every day and give it his all. Bennett will do all of the little things right and is the type of player you can win with. A true grinder.”

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