The 2012 offensive line class in the state of Colorado is one of the deepest in recent history. Players such as Chaparral's Shane Callahan, Arvada West's Paul Thurston, Windsor's Joey O'Connor and Valor's Alex Kozan, garnered regional and national recruiting attention.
Along with the names listed above, multiple other talented Colorado linemen have garnered college attention. One such player is Aurora Grandview's Robby Painter. The 6-6 270 pound Painter has, throughout his career at Grandview, been a key component of the Wolves' offensive game plan. Able to pull and pass block with equal skill, Painter has a good frame that will allow him to gain weight and compete at the next level. A look at his game shows a player that could succeed as a right tackle or even a guard.
Currently Painter holds offers from Northern Colorado, Eastern Washington as well as Colorado DIIs Pueblo and School of Mines. Eastern Washington, the latest school to offer has done well lately recruiting the state of Colorado pulling Brandon Kaufman from Heritage High School, Jerry Ceja from Grandview and Cassidy Curtis of Cherry Creek.