Windsor outside backer Corte Tapia and his Windsor squad had a dream season. The Wizards, playing tough defense and running the ball, brought home the Colorado 4A title, while Tapia, with one season left to play, set the Colorado record for career sacks.
The 6-2 225 pounder, who has gained early interest from Colorado State and Wyoming as now gained his first offer with Northern Colorado on board. Talking about getting the first offer Tapia says, “it is nice!”
Right now Tapia is focused on baseball for Windsor which starts in the next few weeks. Talking about football plans this offseason Tapia says, “I'm just going to lift and workout hard and try and get faster and go to as many camps as I can.”
Looking at his game and work as a pass rusher this season Tapia says, “I think my pass rush, and motor really improved through the year also my study and just like understanding and watching film of the game.”
In the Windsor defense Tapia lines up where necessary to put his skills to work. This ability will allow him to have set versatility at the college level. When line up outside Tapia is primarily a pass rusher, so he will need to improve his coverage skills in preparation for college. Also, Tapia could play on the inside at the college level. Tapia, with Northern Colorado on board, will add to his offer sheet over the next few months.