2013 PrepColorado Super State
Anders Hill 6-4 210 Fairview SR
Maybe the most under recruited player in the state, Hill paced the high powered Fairview offense all the way to the state title game.
Christian McCaffrey 6-0 195 Valor Christian SR
Little more can be said about a career that saw McCaffrey help his Eagles win four titles.
Chris Marquez 5-5 160 Pomona SR
The 5-5 back was a power runner who handled numerous carries and rushed for over 2,400 yards.
Ethan Brunhofer 6-1 200 Arapahoe SR
Brunhofer did it all for Arapahoe lining in multiple spots on the way to 65 catches.
Mark Hopper 6-3 195 ThunderRidge SR
The 6-3 receiver was a touchdown machine with 18 grabs for scores.
Sam Martin 6-3 180 Fairview SR
Martin had potentially the greatest season for a receiver in Colorado prep history with 112 catches
Sam Jones 6-5 280 ThunderRidge SR
Jones dominated throughout the season and will take his game to Arizona State for his college career.
Dalton Risner 6-4 300 Wiggins SR
Surprisingly athletic offensive lineman who is willing to punish defenders.
Ryan Cummings 6-4 290 Valor Christian SR
Cummings ability to get blocks at the next level allowed him to stand out on an offensive line filled with future college players.
Alec Ruth 6-5 300 Valor Christian SR
Ruth was solid anchoring the left side for the very balanced Valor offense.
Zach Stefo 6-6 285 Pomona SR
Colorado State bound Stefo mauled opponents as Pomona lined up and ran right at defenses.
Jacob Martin 6-3 225 Cherokee Trail SR
Dominated with speed and power, looks to play his best ball at the next level.
Terran Hasselbach 6-2 230 Regis SR
Dominated off the edge and was solid against the run for a stingy Regis D.
Zach Peck 6-3 230 Windsor SR
Peck is a great run stopper that has the motor to also get after the passer.
Connor McIntosh 6-3 270 Longmont SR
Another very good run stopper who worked over double teams to make plays.
Justin Fall 5-10 200 Valor Christian SR
Fall got a piece of every play and stood out on a defense filled with talent.
Tre Thomas 6-3 215 Overland SR
Freakish athlete who makes plays in the middle and off the edge.
Andre Apodaca 6-0 200 Silver Creek SR
The tackling machine once again put up over 150 tackles.
Evan White 6-2 190 Cherokee Trail SR
Is equally good in the box or out of the box, always makes plays.
Marcus Wilson 6-0 180 Valor Christian SR
Like White, Wilson was all over the field in coverage and against the run.
Brian Dawkins Jr. 5-10 170 Valor Christian JR
Six picks on the season and a great tackler on the edge.
Austin Micci 5-8 175 Coronado JR
Micci made plays on defense as well as offense as Coronado won the 3A title.
Austin Conway 5-10 170 Overland JR
Potentially the top athlete in Colorado, he could play DI football or basketball.
Jay McIntyre 5-11 180 Monarch SR
McIntyre is a triple threat as a returner, quarterback or defensive back.
J.K. Scott 6-5 180 Mullen SR
Bama bound kicker changes games with his leg on kickoffs, punts and field goals.
Zach Young 5-10 180 Doherty SR
Great season with nearly 3,000 rush yards, put Doherty football back on the map.
Quinn VandeKoppel 6-1 220 Regis SR
Epitome of a middle backer with toughness, smarts and motor.
Levi Cecil 6-4 260 Silver Creek SR
Run stopper who showed knack of making plays behind the line of scrimmage.
Eric Lee Jr. 6-0 170 Valor Christian JR
Teams were afraid to throw in the direction of this athletic corner.
Mike Rocha 6-1 205 Montrose JR
Rushed for over 1,500 yards while also playing strong at linebacker.
Reid Stables 6-2 290 Mullen SR
Ivy bound OL lined up where needed in support of a very young Mullen offense.
Carlo Kemp 6-1 225 Fairview SO
Young defender has the knack and athleticism for the big play, colleges will line up for his services.