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American Family Insurance All-Colorado football team

12:11 AM, Dec 7, 2012   |    comments
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Offense

QB Luke Del Rio-Valor Christian-Sr.
Led the Eagles to the 5A state championship. Threw for 28 TD's with only 4 interceptions and completed 70% of his passes. Will graduate early and start his college career at Oklahoma State in January.

QB Robert Fulton-Northridge-Sr.
Threw for 2,966 yards and 30 TD's this season. Added 420 rush yards and 5 TD's. Led Northridge to an 8-3 and to the playoffs for the first time in 6 years. Fulton has broken nearly every QB record at Northridge high school.

RB Christian McCaffrey-Valor Christian-Jr.
Perhaps Colorado's best football player. 23 rushing TD's and 14 receiving. He also punts, returns punts, and plays defense. McCaffrey can do it all and will be a major recruit next year.

RB Ryan Moeller-Rifle-Sr.
Led the Rifle Bears to the state championship game. Averaged 214 yards per game on the ground and scored a total of 50 touchdowns.

RB Derek Jackson-Pueblo West-Sr.
Nearly broke the state's all-time single season rushing record. He fell 73 yards short but his total of 3,343 yards is still the most ever for 11-man football in Colorado.

WR Tanner Gentry-Grandview-Sr.
Another kid that can do it all. Gentry could have made the list as a defensive back as well with his 6 interceptions. Scored 16 total touchdowns this year. Finished with 52 receptions for 1,041 yards. Will play football at Wyoming next year.

WR Spencer Svejcar-Ralston Valley-Sr.
A big weapon for a Mustang team that made it to the state semifinals. Made the list as  WR with 7 TD's and nearly 700 yards receiving but like Gentry could be a DB as well. Svejcar had 5 interceptions this year and racked up 108 tackles.

TE Mitch Parsons-Chaparral-Sr.
1 of the top recruits in the state. Decommitted from Colorado and currently is searching again. Had 45 receptions for 754 yards and 7 TD's this year.

OL Dan Skipper-Ralston Valley-Sr.
6'10'' 290 pound lineman. Committed to Tennessee.

OL Blake Nowland-Douglas County-Sr.
6'5''. 285. Committed to Colorado State.

OL Chris Fox-Ponderosa-Sr.
Top recruit in the state for class of 2013. Will represent Colorado in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. 6'6", 300 pounds and committed to Michigan.

OL Jake Bennett-Bear Creek-Sr.
6'3''. 265 pounds and committed to Colorado State.

OL Sam Jones-ThunderRidge-Jr.
Just a junior, he is 6'5'', 270. Expect to see recruiting pick up.

Defense

 

DL Austin Balbin-D'Evelyn-Sr.
82 Tackles, 12 sacks this season. Broke Colorado's career sack record.

DL Zack Golditch-Gateway-Sr.
62 tackles and 11 sacks this year. Committed to play football at Colorado State.

DL Stanley Gilbert-Valor Christian-Sr.
Anchored a dominating Eagles defense that pitched a shut out in the state championship game. Gilbert started for 4 years in high school and won 4 state titles.

DL Jake Hanks-Fort Collins-Sr.
6.5 sacks this year for the Lambkins. Will play at either Wyoming or Tulsa. "Jake is a stud and teams had to game plan around him," Fort Collins football coach Eric Rice told 9News.

DL Jon Wilson-Heritage-Sr.
6'4'', 255 pounds. Unanimous MVP lineman for the Pioneer Conference and is an automatic CHSCA All-State game selection. Will sign with either Air Force or Wyoming.

LB Patrick Healy-Mullen-Sr.
Will play with his brother at Air Force next year. Star player on Mullen's defense that head coach Tom Thenell said had the best front 7 he's ever coached in his 20 years.

LB Justin Falls-Valor Christian-Jr.
Another representative from the Eagles dominating 'D'. Falls led the Eagles in tackles this year with 100. Had 1 sack and 2 interceptions.

LB  Jordan Anderson-Ralston Valley-Sr.
Stud LB for the Mustang defense. At 6'1'', 210 pounds size could hurt his recruiting but Anderson does have an offer from Idaho State where his dad also played football. Anderson had 113 tackles this season.

LB Colton Fries-Legend-Sr.
The Titans were only 5-5 this season but Fries finished with 129 tackles, nearly 13 per game!

DB Evan White-Cherokee Trail-Jr.
Led a fantastic Cougar defense all the way to the state championship game. 80 tackles this year and 7 interceptions. Just a junior so recruiting will pick up.

DB Hunter Price-Ralston Valley-Sr.
Both a WR and DB for the Mutangs. 45 tackles this year, 2 INT, 490 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns.

ATH Forrest Wetterstrom-Longmont-Sr.
Standout QB and DB for the Trojans. Div. 1 recruit. Threw for 6 TD's, ran for 15, had 42 tackles, and 2 interceptions.

ATH Dustin Rivas-Horizon-Sr.
Punt returner, WR, and DB. 800 receiving yards, 10 TD's. 41 tackles, and 6 INT.

K Daniel Carlson-The Classical Academy-Sr.
Auburn recruit. Hit a 70 yard field goal in practice. Will represent Colorado in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

P Miles Bergner-Longmont-Sr.
Star punter and kicker for the Trojans. Has a career long FG of 55 yards. Verbal to the University of South Dakota. Will represent Colorado at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.



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