If you like offensive line play it is tough to beat the duo of Regis 2015 tackles Tim Lynott and Jack Maly. Lynott is a national level recruit who will have his choice of multiple top programs. Maly is not as well known, but the left tackle has great size and great upside. The 6-5 265 pound Maly is, like all Regis linemen, a stout run blocker. Maly gets his hands on people and has the ability to reach blockers at the next level of the defense. Right tackle is most likely his college position. Air Force and CSU are taking a look while the Ivy schools are showing interest in this National Honor Society member.
Talented Teammates Await First Offers
2015 Chatfield defensive end Matt Gaiter has worked hard this offseason, hitting the weight room and focusing on position specific technique. The 6-4 250 pounder will camp this summer at Colorado, Colorado State, Wyoming and Washington. Gaiter hopes strong performances will lead to a first offer.
Gaiter's teammate, QB Kyle Winkler Cornell and New Mexico State have come by Chatfield to watch Winkler throw. Weber State, Colorado State, Holy Family, San Jose State and Northern Colorado have visited Chatfield to inquire about Winkler.
Speedster Milo Hall of Cherry Creek is reporting that he met with the University of Oregon today. His speed fits what the Ducks like to do. I'm excited to see what Hall does as Creek's feature back this upcoming season.
Despite focusing on basketball this off season, Overland two sport star Austin Conway reports he is still hearing from top football programs. Conway says Arizona State and Oregon are reaching out.
Prairie View tight end Zach Peterson reports New Mexico State, Utah State and the University of San Diego are showing ever increasing interest.
2016 athlete Deron Harrell will play next year at Denver East. The talented young signal caller will camp at Colorado State, Colorado and Arizona State. Along with the camps Harrell will check out the campus at Florida State. Darrell's father Damian played at Florida State and went on to be an all-time great Arena Football player.
2016 Valor offensive lineman Dillon Reinkensmeyer is receiving invitations to multiple Pac 12, Mountain West, Big 10 camps. The 6-5 250 pounder is another player to watch from the Colorado power. The talented junior to be is also a very good defensive end.