Athlete Kaeson Risner of Wiggins High School hit Junior Day at Kansas State this weekend. Risner, at 6-4 205 pounds is the type of athlete the Wildcats always take a look at. This past season Risner, playing quarterback, threw for over 2,300 yards and had 24 scores.
Another Colorado prospect that hit Junior Day at Kansas State was Cherokee Trail offensive lineman Ashton Torres. The 6-4 300 pound Torres played left tackle for the Cougars this past season but a move inside is most likely in college. Torres is a big strong kid who does well when he gets his hands on a defender. Further, Torres can reach blockers at the next level and relished putting LBs and DBs on their backs.
Colorado State hosted Junior Day this weekend and many of Colorado’s best hit Fort Collins. Valor duo Dillon Reinkensmeyer and Gabe Kortz checked in on the Rams. The 6-5 255 pound Reinkensmeyer holds a CSU offer and is one of Colorado’s top OL prospects. Kortz, a 6-0 205 pound insider backer, is a very instinctive backer that gets a piece of most plays.
2016 Regis backer Drew Schlegel took a visit to Princeton this weekend. The 6-0 210 pounder posted 101 tackles last season and three sacks.
Air Force is showing increasing interest in Heritage lineman Marshall Cain. Cain’s mixture of on field play and great grades is a nice fit for the Falcons.
2017 RB Marcus McElroy of Mullen holds offers from Colorado and Colorado State. McElroy also reports that Northwestern has started to contact him.
2016 Regis Jesuit tight end Jack Stoll picked up an offer from Colorado State this weekend. Beyond the Rams Stoll says he is hearing from Colorado, Wyoming and Washington.