With 3,700 yards passing and 1,100 yards rushing to go along with 54 touchdowns in just two seasons, Denson earned several awards in the Miami area including the offensive player of the year for Dade County. He chose the Tigers over Virginia Tech, Nebraska, Rutgers and a number of other schools.
Denson put the wraps on his high school career with a solid performance in the annual Dade-Broward All-Star game in January. Despite playing just a little of the first quarter and the last 50 seconds of the game, he finished with 106 yards rushing on just six carries and also passed for 55 yards and one touchdown in a 26-16 loss.
A tremendous all-around athlete, Denson ran a 4.46 at a camp earlier this summer on the Auburn campus. Because of his size and speed, if he doesn't make it as a quarterback he could wind up playing defensive back or wide receiver as a Tiger somewhere down the road.