Most recently, Head participated in the prestigious California-Florida all-star game. Head verbally committed to Colorado in December.
Centennial head coach Matt Logan spoke with BSN about Head.
Matt Logan: He's been a great player for us. He played a lot as a sophomore. He was kind a sixth man for us, where he filled in for whoever was injured on the O-line. He played lots of positions and did a great job for us. Then he's been a two-year starter at left tackle for us.
He's a big, athletic and aggressive kid.
Q: What kind of offense do you run?
Logan: We're a spread offense – a shotgun, no-huddle team. We've averaged over 42 points a game over the past six years.
Q: For a spread offense team, you've got a running back, Brandon Minor, who's run for a lot of yards.
Logan: For a spread team, we're usually in the top three to five in the county for rushing every year, and we're usually in the top five throwing, as well.
Q: And Devin was a big part of that success?
Logan: Oh yeah. He's real athletic. We do a lot of screens and he's able to get downfield and block in space.
Q: How did the California-Florida all-star game go for him?
Logan: It went well. He sprained his ankle, but he came back and was able to play. He played left guard. I think they were pretty tackle heavy on the O-line. He had a good time. It was his first time to Florida, and he met a lot of good kids.
Q: Do you know where Colorado is projecting him to play?
Logan: I'm not sure. They might even be looking at him as a center because he's a real intelligent kid. His brother (Brian Head) is the starting center at Stanford. They're kind of in the same mold as far as being big, smart, athletic kids.
Q: Do you know what attracted him to Colorado?
Logan: He went up there and visited in the summer. He really liked the campus and the community. He enjoyed the coaches and got along with the players really well. It was a great fit for him.
Q: In the transition to college ball, what does he have to work on or how do expect that to go for him?
Logan: I think it will go well. You can never be big or fast enough; those are always things that you can improve on, but he'll do well.