Colleges can always count on high schools from Colorado to help restock the supply of offensive linemen. This year is no exception as multiple of these players will have the opportunity to take their skills to the next level.
1.Tim Lynott 6-4 295 Regis Jesuit
Lynott has been at the top of every list and why not? He is Colorado’s best football player.
2.Jack Maly 6-5 270 Regis
The other side of the Regis line is manned by Maly. The long tackle will have a strong season and add to his offer sheet.
3.Dillon Middlemiss 6-5 265 Pomona
Middlemiss, an early University of Colorado commit, is very athletic and will, with time, contribute for the Buffs.
4.Frank Umu 6-5 275 Heritage
I like the big framed athlete better as a defensive lineman, but he has the skill to play offensive line at the college level.
5.Tony Bello 6-4 290 Bear Creek
In college look for Bello to move inside and become a solid run blocker.
6..Salofi Gaoa 6-5 265 Rocky Mountain
Big framed offensive lineman has tremendous upside for the next level.
7.Brandon Leahey 6-3 285 Chaparral
Leahey, who is solid as a run and pass blocker, will move inside at the next level.
8.Ahston Torres (2016) 6-4 285 Cherokee Trail
Young lineman looks to be one of Colorado’s top prospects for 2016.
9.Bryce Blair 6-5 245 Cherry Creek
Great frame and willingness to run block continue to gain looks for the Bruin offensive lineman.
10.Sam Long 6-3 255 Pine Creek
This spot was tough to pick, but I settled on Long based on his versatility and potential to play multiple spots inside at the college level.
Steven Crews Gateway
Bravery Radcliff Pomona
Bailey Bowker Golden
Marcus Garcia Delta
Cooper Gardner Broomfield
Connor Shea Regis Jesuit
Alex Keys Highlands Ranch
Jackson Stephens Monarch
Dalton Lawrence (2016) Rock Canyon
David Imola (2016) Cherry Creek
Dillon Reinkensmeyer (2016) Valor Christian
Dante Stewart (2017) Grand Junction