#11 Connor Healy LB Mullen Air Force Commit
This publication's Defensive Player of the Year, Healy is one of the most complete backers I have seen in quite some time. If he was bigger he would have been a national level recruit.
#12 Rayshon Williams WR Mullen Central Florida Commit
The multi-talented Williams is now a legacy at Central Florida, if he continues to build on his receiver skills Williams could eventually contribute for UCF.
#13 Joe Kawulok TE/OLB Monarch Colorado State Commit
The fourth sibling to play DI football Kawulok was consistently productive on both sides of the ball during his high school career.
#14 Adonis Ameen-Moore RB Mullen Syracuse Commit
No questioning the production of this four year starter, who will be viewed as one of the greatest backs in Colorado prep history. This offseason and during his freshman year it will be crucial for Ameen-Moore to commit himself to working out. To be a productive college back Ameen-Moore needs to gain at least one more step of quickness and speed.
#15 Kris Kentera QB Pine Creek Vanderbilt Commit
During his high school career Kentera did it all for his Pine Creek squad, that versatile skill set will be key at Vandy as Kentera settles on a position.
#16 Drew Dyer TE Regis Air Force Commit
By the end of the season Dyer was one of Colorado's best players. His game will only improve over the next few years as he grows and further acclimates to football.
#17 Christian Gann WR Chaparral Air Force Commit
Like Dyer, Gann's best football is in front of him. He split time between QB and WR the past two seasons, but college will allow him to focus on playing receiver.
#18 Austin Traphagen OL Yuma Wyoming Commit
6-6 280 pound small school stud is another in a long line of small ball talent mined by Wyoming.
#19 George Talanoa FB Valor Christian Colorado State Commit
The 6-0 240 pound Talanoa is a perfect fit for the Rams offense and should be a very good blocking back with the ability to also handle short yardage and passing situations. Will most likely also be an early contributor on special teams.
#20 James Kelly OLB Mountain Range Army Commit
A four year starter in high school, Kelly was always productive for his Mountain Range squad. Kelly's mix of on field talent and strong academics is a great fit for Army.
#21 Ian Imamura TE Pueblo West Air Force Commit
Talented and athletic two way player is another member of Air Force's very strong in state haul.
#22 Sam Carlson OL Poudre Colorado State Commit
This solid and technically sound run blocker is a very good pickup for the Rams offense.
Having covered many of these athletes for the past three seasons, PrepColorado takes one last shot at ranking the FBS football athletes for the state of Colorado from the class of 2011.