1.Tim Lynott 6-4 295 Regis Jesuit OT
2.Eric Lee 5-10 170 Valor Christian CB
3.Avery Anderson 6-1 175 Pine Creek S
4.Milo Hall 5-8 185 Cherry Creek RB
5.James Jones 6-1 180 Mullen S
6.Andrew Wingard 6-0 180 Ralston Valley RB
7.Jack Maly 6-5 270 Regis OT
8.Alex Kinney 6-1 165 Rocky Mountain K/P
9.Dillon Middlemiss 6-5 265 Pomona OT
10.Joseph Parker 5-10 165 Cherry Creek WR
11.Kevin Prosser 6-1 200 Gateway OLB
12. Chukwuma Obinnah 6-0 210 Grandview RB
13. Parker Hammond 6-4 238 Pine Creek TE
14. Brian Dawkins 5-9 170 Valor Christian CB
15. Blake Whitsell 6-3 265 Broomfield DT
Breaking Down the List:
Lynott and Maly are teammates now while Lynott and Middlemiss will be teammates next season for the Buffaloes. Maly, who has yet to gain a major offer jumped over Middlemiss based on his upside and what should be a very strong senior season. Although technically not an offensive lineman Parker Hammond is getting looks as a lineman at the next level.
Again a testament to the depth of the position for the class of 2015 #s2, 3, 5 and 14 are all DBs and all could be early contributors for their future college programs.
Milo Hall and Andrew Wingard are ranked above Obinnah due to their ability to catch the ball out of the backfield.
Joseph Parker is a very slick receiver with surprising speed.
Kevin Prosser of Gateway is a bullet that has the ability to make plays against the run as a blitzer and in coverage.
Whitsell is a hard working plugger who consistently makes plays.
Alex Kinney is a steal for the Buffaloes due to his ability to work as a kicker and punter.
Definitely Austin Conway of Overland would be in this top 15 and potentially Legend's Peyton Remy, but each will play other sports in college. Last week Conway opted to play basketball at the University of Wyoming while Remy will play baseball at New Mexico.