2015 PrepColorado All-State

Multiple Power 5 talents highlight the 2015 PrepColorado preseason All-State squad.

Quarterback

Dylan McCaffrey 6-5 183 Valor Christian JR

Last season McCaffrey threw for nearly 2,400 yards taking his squad to the state title game.  A year older and more mature look for McCaffrey to have a giant junior season.  McCaffrey has lost some of his playmakers so more of the offensive load fall on him, but he is up for the task.


Running Back

Marcus McElroy 6-1 205 Mullen JR

A big back with great speed, McElroy is also very good catching the ball out of the backfield.  Last season, as a sophomore, McElroy had over 1,200 yards of total offense to go with 15 scores.  Look for these number to grow in a wide open Mustang offense.

 Jeremy Lujan 5-7 165 Dakota Ridge SR

The Dakota Ridge back combined for over 2,100 yards of offense and scored 27 touchdowns.  Small in stature but big in game, Lujan is a threat on every touch. 


Wide Receiver

Tim Pless 6-2 180 Heritage SR

Pless can do it all as a receiver, stretching the field, making catches in traffic and working across the middle.  His big play ability is a key piece of what could be a renaissance at Heritage

JoJo Domann 6-1 212 Pine Creek SR

JoJo is so good at so many things on the football field his offensive play is taken for granted.  Last season Domann had 49 receptions, ten of which went for scores.  With the graduation of multiple offensive playmakers from last season’s squad look for Domann to have an even bigger offensive season.


Tight End

Jack Stoll 6-5 230 Regis Jesuit SR

Stoll is one of the state’s best blockers and he can line up all over the place.  This season Stoll is going to get more touches and should have a great season as a receiver.


Offensive Line

Jake Moretti 6-5 275 Pomona JR

The junior and Ohio State verbal is equal parts athlete and mauler. Moretti relishes contact and is a key to Pomona’s season.

Dillon Reinkensmeyer 6-5 260 Valor Christian JR

The Valor senior is a great athlete and has the ability to dominate as a pass and run blocker. 

Terriek Roberts 6-6 265 Denver South SR

Another great athlete with his best football in front of him, South’s Roberts is one of Colorado’s best two way linemen. 

Ashton Torres 6-4 290 Cherokee Trail SR

Good old fashioned brawler, that is surprisingly athletic with the ability to get to blocks at the next level. 

J.T. Gentry 6-5 275 Columbine SR

Another bruiser cut in the Columbine mold of a rugged run blocker.

 


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