Dylan McCaffrey 6-5 200 Valor Christian JR
In a year of great quarterback play in the state of Colorado, McCaffrey’s consistency was key. Passing for 2,800 yards and 27 scores, McCaffrey threw only four interceptions on the season and did not throw a pick the final seven weeks of the season as he helped Valor bring back the state title.
Holy Family’s Chris Helbig was POY candidate prior to injury
Owen Burke of D’Evelyn put up monster numbers this season
Keegan Wentz of Buena Vista would be an impact player at any school in the state
Loveland’s Ayden Eberhardt had great run for Loveland, very overlooked
Senior Elway of Vista Ridge Tubbs has been great throughout his career
Legacy’s Matt Lynch really improved this season and showed his promise for the next level
Daniel Martin of Pueblo East might be the most versatile of the QBs
TJ Jones 6-0 200 Boulder SR
Jones, who was the Boulder offense, always had big games despite opponent’s defenses set up to stop him. Also one of the state’s best kick returners and a solid defensive back.
Hayden Blubaugh 6-0 180 Grandview JR
Blubaugh is sneaky good, faster and bigger than you think and also very physical. The junior posted nearly 2,400 rush yards playing in one of Colorado’s toughest conferences. A definite Player of the Year Candidate.
Mikey Griebel of Columbine always having big games and making versatile plays
Jeremy Lujan of Dakota Ridge always impresses
Pomona's Cameron Gonzales gets tough yards and has a knack for big plays
Mullen’s Marcus McElroy reminded each game that he could do it all
Charlie Davis 5-11 180 D’Evelyn SR
113 catches this season is enough said!
Ben Waters 6-1 205 Valor Christian SR
Always made the big play and catch for McCaffrey and the Valor offense.
Jack Stoll (H-back/TE) 6-5 230 Regis Jesuit SR
I can’t wait to watch Stoll at Nebraska in a couple of years. Over the last two seasons Stoll has played in two very different offenses and done well in both.
Junior Tommy Wakefield of Fairview had a monster 83 catch season
Roughly ¼ of Heritage WR Tim Pless’ catches went for TDs
Rock Canyon’s Eric Hommel had 67 grabs and 11 TDs
Jake Moretti 6-5 280 Pomona JR
Not just the best offensive lineman in the state but the best football player in the state! The future Buckeye dominates his position.
Matt Steele 6-4 270 Doherty SR
Athletic technician was key to the Doherty run game.
JT Gentry 6-5 275 Columbine SR
Prototypical Columbine run blocking mauler.
Hunter Vaughn 6-8 270 Legend SR
The Colorado Buffs got a steal with this very athletic offensive lineman who has his best football in front of him.
Dillon Reinkensmeyer 6-5 270 Valor Christian SR
Another very good athlete that has his best football in front of him at the University of Virginia.
Denver South’s Terriek Roberts is one of the best two way linemen in the state
Dalton Lawrence of Rock Canyon, has, during his career, been one of Colorado’s most consistent linemen
Cherokee Trail OT Ashton Torres, over the past three years has been one of the state’s best