Will Oslinsky - DE/OL - The kid is huge, listed in the program as 6'7 265. More importantly he has a frame to easily support more weight to go along with his very long arms. Currently he has offers from Northern Colorado, UTEP and New Mexico State. As a defensive lineman he has a nice first burst but tends to lose pad level quickly. He also is relatively strong, although he has plenty of room to gain more strength. If colleges are looking at him for the offensive line he will need to improve his feet. When changing direction he tended to look awkward and heavy footed. At the next level he will be a project as his agility and strength catch up to his height and length. A red shirt year could be very beneficial.
Sherrod Austin – RB- Austin is a very talented player with all the tools. At 6'0 205 pounds Austin already has good size and looks like he could carry more weight without losing quickness. Over the past two weeks he has rushed for over 320 yards. He is much more comfortable running outside the tackles and has the speed to break plays long off the edges. With his size, he needs to be more punishing between the tackles and run more compact. He tends to run very upright. Currently Austin has an offer from Northern Colorado that level of ball may be a good fit for him.
Mekyell Harrel - RB/CB - Harrell is a very versatile high school player. He lines up in the backfield, as a wide receiver, plays cornerback and returns kicks. He is very quick and has nice speed. He currently has an offer from NAU. At a long 6'1 and with good hips, cornerback should be his natural college position.
Anthony Llanos -TE/LB - Another player with an offer on the table from NAU is Anthony Llanos. Llanos may be the most versatile player on the Rattler team. At 6'2 235 he has good speed and nice hands. He has caught a TD pass in each game thus far this season plus returning a fumble for a score. Due to his size, speed and hands Llanos could make a solid H-back in the right system.
Shane McBurney- QB- He is the kind of kid you want on your team. He is competitive, tough and smart, which are often prerequisites if you are the coaches' son. As a QB McBurney has good mechanics and can throw from the pocket and rolling out. He steps up into the pocket to create time and is athletic enough to run. Arm strength and accuracy may be a question. Listed at 6'3 200 pounds and with good speed, McBurney might be better suited as a D1 safety or even receiver. As a QB a 1AA school could be a fit.