PrepColorado's All-Colorado Offense

This year's All-Colorado offense is led by an offensive line comprised of some of the best in the western United States.

This group of players is led by an offensive line that ranks as one of the best in the western United States.  Every member of the line on this All-Colorado offense holds multiple D1 offers and each should be an integral part of their high school team's post season hopes and success.



Collin Klein Loveland Sr

The 6-6 210 pound Klein is a winner.  Last season, Klein fought through injuries to lead Loveland to the state championship game.  Look for Klein, this season, to improve on last season's 2,000 yards and twenty scores.


Running back

Bo Bolen Grandview Sr

In the Grandview offense, Bolen will not lack carries and he uses his quickness and power to make himself a threat on every touch.


Jesse Lewis Grandview Sr

Speed kills and Lewis, a 10.7 sprinter, is a threat to score every time he touches the ball.  Lewis can break plays in the run game, pass game or return game.


Offensive Line

Alec Johnson Mullen Sr

Johnson, a 6-4 295 pound center, is the type of player that winning teams are made up of, tough, smart and a little nasty.  Mullen's offensive prowess starts with Johnson.


Andrew Sampson Overland Sr

Overland's 6-5 280 pounder is rock solid. A tackle in high school, Sampson may play guard in college.  He can pass block and run block equally well.


Jimmy Miller Mullen Sr

Mullen's 6-3 285 pounder is an old school mauler.  His play is key to the Mullen run game.


Bryce Givens Mullen Sr

The 6-6 260 pound Nebraska commit is the most athletic on this list.  With his increased size and strength look for him to become a dominant offensive lineman.


Joe Caprioglio Highlands Ranch Sr

Technically very sound and extremely athletic Caprioglio should become a very good college tackle.


Tight End

Mat Birkeness Columbine Sr

At 6-4 225 pounds Birkeness has great size.  What makes him extremely dangerous is his 4.5/4.6 speed.  As part of the Columbine offense he gets limited touches, but he capitalizes on each one.


Wide Receiver

Brandon Kaufman Heritage Jr

The only junior on the offense, Kaufman was 1st Team All-League in the Continental and joins with Colton Meachem to form one of the top receiving duos in Colorado


Brandon Beecher Overland Sr

The 5-10 170 pound Beecher was All-League in the Centennial and should work with versatile QB Devon Connors to make plays for Overland.


This is a preseason team (sorry it is a couple days late) take it for what it is worth, but get on the message board and let me know who your All-Colorado squad would be.