Big, talented athletes that block, catch and are smart enough to line up in multiple positions highlight this list. The change in the position goes beyond the name tight end as the players work as fullbacks, H-backs and wide receivers.
1. Parker Hammond 6-4 238 Pine Creek
Great blocker with great size and frame who holds and will continue to gain offers.
2. Collin Root 6-2 225 Ralston Valley
Root is a great example of the change in football. A very big kid, he defies description lining up all over the place to help his team.
3. Zach Peterson 6-3 230 Prairie View
Another utility knife, Peterson is a great blocker. As a receiver Peterson is surprisingly athletic. At the next level, Peterson could fit the H-back role.
4. Sebastian Sock 6-5 220 Valor Christian
Of the 2015 class Sock may be the most recruit able player. He is very long and has the frame to add weight.
5. Jack Stoll (2016) 6-5 230 Regis Jesuit
Stoll has it all, great size, blocking and pass catching ability. Stoll also has the ability to line up in multiple places, equally comfortable playing fullback, tight end or receiver. Stoll should be one of the most recruited players in Colorado next year.
6.Isiah Pannunzio (2016) 6-2 205 Pueblo South
The pass rusher’s talent is also on display on the offensive side of the ball. This season Pannunzio will have numerous chances to make plays on O.
7. Morgan Smith 6-5 215 Grandview
Smith is a really, really good blocker with the ability to catch the ball is traffic and the redzone.
8. Anthony Karmazyn 6-6 210 Eaglecrest
35 receptions last season for this very tall pass catcher, who lines up everywhere to make plays.
9.Anthony Martinez Cherry Creek (2016) 6-2 205
This an up and comer that will gain attention this upcoming season.
10.Mitch Ross 6-1 200
Another talented player that does not fit a position as he lines up in multiple spots as needed to make plays.