Early Look at Class of 2014

With the ink barely dry from Wednesday's signing day, here is a quick look at some of Colorado's top football athletes for the class of 2014.

1.Christian McCaffrey 6-0 200 RB Valor Christian

A starter since his freshman year, McCaffrey has multiple DI offers based on the versatility he brings as a playmaker.

2.Trent Noller 6-3 310 C Windsor

Big, nasty lineman that can't wait to get his hands on linebackers. Gets to the second level well for a big boy.

3.Evan White 6-3 190 S Cherokee Trail

Great size and equally comfortable in or out of the box.

4.Kalen Ballage 6-2 215 Ath Falcon

Tremendous athlete who has garnered significant DI interest based on his size and 10.8 speed.

5.Isaiah Holland 6-6 305 OT Valor Christian

Prototypically sized tackle improved significantly during his junior season and should be dominant as a senior.

6.Sam Martin 6-3 185 WR Fairview

Extremely talented big play receiver, who has already compiled 113 catches in his career.

7.Sam Jones 6-5 270 OT ThunderRidge

Rugged tackle looks like he could be a very good college guard.

8.Alec Ruth 6-6 305 OT Valor Christian

Potentially under ranked, Ruth has all the tools and will gain multiple offers.

9.Anthony Holmes 6-6 195 WR Gateway

It is just difficult to overlook athletic, 6-6 receivers.

10.Clarke Cooper 6-4 260 TE/DE Valor Christian

Plays offense, defense and long snaps

11.Andre Apodaca 6-1 195 LB Silver Creek

Son of a coach who was a former linebacker himself, Apodaca brings numerous intangibles to the position.

12.Cameron French 5-11 170 S Denver South

Great feet and even better instincts, French was one of the nation's leaders in interceptions.

13.Marcus Wilson 6-1 195 S Valor

The safety/receiver is another Valor athlete who will gain DI attention this upcoming season.

14.Brandon Malone 6-1 185 WR Chaparral

One of the state's top basketball players, Malone's future may be on the court not the field, but he did average 18 yards a catch and score 10 times.

15.Metise Moore 6-4 225 TE Denver South

Reporting a 4.6 forty and a 36 inch vertical Moore has already started to gain mid-major interest.


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