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Michael Trani
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Michael Trani 1809184
Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 300
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: La Mirada, CA
High School: La Mirada HS
Experience: SQ

Stars: 247Sports Composite (3), ESPN (3), Rivals (3), Scout (3), 247Sports (2)
National Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports Composite (1356)
National Center Ratings:  Scout (11)
National Offensive Guard Ratings:  ESPN (71), 247Sports Composite (72), 247Sports (108)
Regional Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (198)
California Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports (73), ESPN (124), 247Sports Composite (132), 247Sports (177)
Ratings/Scout Grades:  247Sports Composite (0.8217), 247Sports (77), ESPN (74), Rivals (5.5)


La Mirada HS (2012-13)

► Earned first-team Long Beach Press-Telegram Football Dream Team honors, second-team All-Suburban League and honorable mention Whittier Daily News All-Area honors, and was a team captain for a squad that during his 2013 senior season finished 4-2 in the Suburban League to tie for second place and made the first round of the Southern Section Southeast Division playoffs
► Entered his senior season ranked as the No. 2 center in the West according to Scout and the No. 4 player on the Southern California Rivals guard/center watch list, while he was Scout’s No. 3 center in March 2013 prior to his senior campaign
► Team was 9-2 overall and 5-0 in the Suburban League to win the title as a 2012 junior and reached the second round/quarterfinals of the Southern Section Southeast Division playoffs, averaging a league-leading 428.5 yards of total offense per game distributed fairly evenly between rushing (238.7 ypg) and passing (189.6 ypg) to lead the league in the latter while also ranking second in scoring (35.9 ppg) with the offensive line allowing only two sacks all season
► Also a long snapper
► Comes from a school with a strong history of producing offensive linemen
► Wore No. 76


► Listed as the No. 2 center in the West in Scout’s final ranking in the 2014 recruiting class


“This prospect is a tough customer; does a good job attempting to finish blocks while flashing the nasty attitude we like to see from offensive linemen.”

“In Trani, Cal is getting an intelligent guy that can play multiple positions along the line. And he brings his lunch pail and hardhat to work every time the huddle breaks.”


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