Few Colorado football athletes have caught my attention like 2014 Windsor offensive lineman Trenton "Tiny" Noller. The 6-2 310 pound center plays the game with a combination of intelligence and controlled fury. Surprisingly agile for a big kid, Noller relishes getting his hands on linebackers and defensive backs and making them pay.
Noller's physical skill set has not gone unnoticed and he currently holds offers from Arizona and Wyoming. Noller also says he is gaining strong attention Kansas State, Boise State, Vanderbilt and Washington.
Recently Noller attended Junior Day at Colorado State, stating he really enjoyed his time there. Along with Noller fellow Colorado prep linemen Sam Jones of ThunderRidge and Dalton Risner of Wiggins made the trip to Fort Collins. Noller hopes to attend Junior Days at Colorado, Arizona and Kansas State as well.
Noller's offseason focus is to improve on pass blocking and flexibility. As the college bowl season and recruiting dead period comes to an end, expect Noller to soon pick up new offers.