On the Inside

Inside look at the top players from around the state.

Need to Know

6-6 240 pound Eaglecrest defensive lineman Zech Green has been getting attention this offseason and it looks as if in state DIs are chomping at the bit regarding this player.

East Coast West Coast

Max McCaffrey has gotten much love from east coast teams with Duke, Wake Forest and UConn having offered. So far this May it has been west coast attention for McCaffrey as he has or will meet with coaches from Stanford, Oregon, Colorado and Colorado State.

Nasty O'Connor

After Windsor offensive tackle Joey O'Connor picked up offers this week from Arizona and Penn State to go with his offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Colorado State, Utah and UCLA. I went back to check the film and was reminded about this very gifted player that should see the field early at the next level. O'Connor is athletic, plays with good leverage, but most importantly has just the right amount of mean to him. He likes to finish blocks and is not happy until an opponent is on the ground. Watching his game he looks like a BCS lineman.


Forrest Wetterstrom a 6-2 180 pound QB from Longmont has a very interesting skill set that will be worth taking a look at. A member of the Class of 2013, Wetterstrom posted over 1,800 yards of offense last season. A sound passer and slick runner, Wetterstrom will put up strong numbers over the next two seasons.

A junior to be, Denver South athlete Phillip Lindsay, a starter since his freshman year, already seems like he has played forever. Last season, he rushed for over 1,200 yards. Forget the running numbers this young man is one of the most complete football player I have seen in a long time. He catches the ball, blocks, returns and tackles, all very well.

2013 linebacker Patrick Healy, a 6-1 210 pounder could soften the blow for the loss of Mullen's starting backers from last season. Healy plays with all kinds of motor and has the ability to line up in multiple spots to make plays. By early next season he will have established himself as one of the best LBs in Colorado.