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The All-State Coaches football game is one last high school performance for some our the state's top seniors.

"It's awesome being here. it's a once in a lifetime chance to come play with the best in Colorado," said Windsor's Blake Bunday.

After a fantastic season at Windsor he made the all-star team as a defensive back.

"I had the desire to run the ball a little bit," Bunday told 9NEWS and you can't blame him. He played a lot of offense for the Wizards last season.

"The last time I played quarterback was probably 6th grade," Bunday told 9NEWS with a smile. He also played running back, wide receiver, and yes, after a six year hiatus was thrust under center as well.

"I moved out there three years ago and they're like we'll give you a shot at quarterback because we lost our senior quarterback (2013 graduate Joe Sanger) and triple option, completely a whole new level of playing QB," said Bunday.

Regardless of the position, Bunday was happy to be on the field again.

"This was my last football game," he said after his North team won a double overtime thriller 18-12.

Electrical engineering is the plan and he'll enter the work force as early as next year.

If football is any indication, you can bet he'll be a versatile employee.

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