Dylan Jemtegaard

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 290 lbs
Yelm, WA
Class of 2021
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Junior Year Highlights


10 days ago by Greg Richardson
Scouting Report: Myles Williams - DE
The 6'3, 260 DE is another of the COVID gems (alongside Dylan Jemtegaard and Moses Oladejo) added to Cal's 2021 class.Myles Williams is a player who had tremendous production playing high-level competition in the 2019 season but had not hit the camp circuit and therefore was relatively under-recruited. 247 tabbed him this Spring as one of the top players in the West to watch after they digested his 2019 film and bumped him to an 86 rating after being unrated prior.There's a lot of natural explosion to his game and watching him move in shorts demonstrates he moves like a much smaller man. Williams is solidly built with a body that's more stout than many DE prospects and more athletic than many DT recruits. He's not super long at 6'3 yet is already 260lbs which likely projects him to an SDE in Cal's 3-4 and a DT in the Bears nickel package. Myles had unbelievable production in 2019 playing for a top 20 California High School program in Calabasas. What he shows in his film, more than anything, is that for his size he's got a plus first step and quickness and speed. For a DE to have 60 tackles in an HS season, says he's got a high motor and finds the ball. The read and reaction skills are more LB like than DL like. He's yet another recent Cal recruit that is innately athletic with good size. Williams moves really well, has good hips and change of direction, and doesn't shy away from contact. He's not prototypical in the sense that he's not blessed with super long arms nor does he have the natural bend and flexibility you see with the truly elite DE recruits. That said, his arms aren't short and he bends pretty well for a HS junior. With flexibility and core strength development, there's plenty of upside to him as a pass rusher at the Pac 12 level.
16 days ago by Jim McGill
All-State Pittsburg HS OT Ryan Lange Commits to Cal
The Bears secured their third OL commitment this month, as 6-6/320 Pittsburg High School OT Ryan Lange? announced his commitment to Cal today
21 days ago by Greg Richardson
The 2021 Class to Date
Our perspective on the players who have verbally committed to date:Mavin Anderson: (WR) A strongly built burner who can thrive in the slot and occasionally slip wide. Will remind you of a more physical and strongly built Bryce Treggs in style and athleticism. Strong blocker, defeats press coverage with strength. Bastian Swinney : (OT) A jumbo-sized young man. A mauler whose bend and run blocking technique are very advanced. More mauler than 2nd level blocker. Shows good feet so upside as a pass blocker. Plenty of nastinessJermaine Terry: (TE) Another very large person, especially for a TE. A bit of "freak" given his strength and size yet near-elite first-step quickness and body control as a receiver. Built like a truck, drives like a Ferrari. As coveted a prospect as Cal has landed in a long time. Sorry Buckeyes, sorry Tide.Akili Calhoun : (DE) Very gifted pass rusher who can get low and take the edge. Near elite get off and very quick laterally. Great bend, powerful lower body. A bit of a tweener size-wise, will he play SDE or WDE? Kai Millner : (QB) A rapidly physically maturing body screams upside to his arm strength and physicality. Very quick release, near-effortless motion, solid, and improving accuracy. Can already spin the ball at a college level. Good not great mobility. Kaleb Higgins : (S/DB) Long, lanky with very good short-area explosion and quickness. Very good read and react skills, high football IQ. Can cover. Very young looking physically, lots of upside with strength and long speed. Hunter Barth : (S/LB) Another jumbo-sized player for his position. Big hitter, very good acceleration for his size and loves to play with a physical edge. Perhaps less of a cover guy than pure safety. Fatuvalu Iosefa : (CB) Plus length with developing frame. Quick, instinctual, and nimble as a cover corner. Competitive fire and willing tackler. Developing strength and long speed.J Michael Sturdivant : (WR) Prototypical big, outside WR. Smooth with very good top-end speed. Happy to run past you, jump over you or catch a screen and go. Strength and first step quickness will developWill Reed: (OT) Long armed with quick feet, Reed's got the brains and versatility Cal wants along the OL. Basketball player with upside athleticism. Needs more junk in the trunk and some technique refinement Moses Oladejo : (LB) Another XL player at his position with super long arms. Hyperactive, high motor player with good athleticism and the versatility to play inside or out. Not yet super instinctual or fluidDylan Jemtegaard : (OL) Great frame and build with a powerful lower body. Very physical with near-elite second level mobility. Nasty, mauler with upside with added upper body weight and strength.
22 days ago by Jim McGill
Bears Stay Hot on the Commitment Trail, Adding WA OG Dylan Jemtegaard
Just a day after he received his dream offer from the Bears, 6-4/290 Yelm (Yelm, WA) High School offensive guard Dylan Jemtegaard committed to Cal, announcing via Twitter.
22 days ago by Greg Richardson
New Offer: OL Dylan Jemtegaard
Small town player who 247 has rated as the #3 OL in the state. Dylan Jemtegaard Academically minded with offers from many of the Ivies, in addition to some MWC schools.Offensive lineman have always been the toughest position group to scout and project and COVID has made this even harder. Brandon Huffman from 247 named him one of the ten players from NorCal and the Northwest that he wanted to scout as he saw him as a potential Pac 12 starter.The timing seems to suggest that Cal may not feel a hundred percent looked in with Moko, Barry, Lange, and Pulealii. That's a good assumption as a school can never count its chickens before they hatched. The Bears have continued to scout and investigate offensive lineman knowing what they do about the challenges in evaluating this position. In college recruiting, you never start with a holistic board that includes every potential player with a full scouting report. You're constantly adding new names and new evaluations. Thus, priorities will shift. For instance, Rocker was one of Cal's earliest 2021 offers. Yet, when it came time for him to pull the trigger, he no longer had an actionable offer. Jemtegaard was clearly not on the Power 5 conferences must-have list this Winter. As far as we can discern, he had not done the camp circuit prior to his Junior year of football. Yelm is a town of less than 7,000, about 60 miles outside of Seattle. They play at a 3A level in Washington, so decent but not great competition.Dylan had an outstanding year on the field, earning 1st team all-league and in the classroom, where he boasts a near 4.0 with a full AP course load. To the film: Leve of competition matters and much of DJs highlights show him overwhelming smaller players. However, there are several things that jump out - He can really move and does so with balance, allowing him to be very effective at the second level. He's not leaning, he chops his feet and his quickness and agility are very good for a HS player. He's a flat out mauler in the run game, understands leverage, and is a pancake block waiting to happen. Looks rawer as a pass protector, unclear how long his arms are and whether he has the frame to play tackle. The physicality and 2nd level movement ability may argue for his playing on the interior in college. His athleticism and physicality on tape are the best I've seen from a Cal OL offered this year. Again, you have to remember these are just highlights not full game tape and he's playing at the 3A level in Washington. That said, I don't think you can teach his physicality, brains, and footwork and his use of leverage at this young age is a big bonus. Boise State has a history of having great OLs and sending a lot of guys to the NFL and it's no surprise they were recruiting him hard. My guess is had he had a full camp circuit this Spring and more schools had seen his film, he'd have a bunch of P12 offers (and that may still come to pass).I would rate him alongside Moko and Pulealii and ahead of Barry and Lange.
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