Class of 2011 Colorado Preseason State Rankings
Regional Manager Greg Powers
RkNameStarsSchoolVerbalVideo
Pos | Ht/Wt
1. Brendon AustinChaparral HSStanford
OT | 6-6/265
Good size, strength and speed, could play either tackle spot.
2. Brock BerglundValor Christian HSColorado 
QB | 6-3/200
Pocket-passer but has the ability to beat you on the ground as well.
3. Marc MustoeArvada West HSUCLA
OT | 6-7/270
Love his upside. Long prospect that can run.
4. Adonis Ameen-MooreMullen HS 
RB | 5-11/230
Big and experienced back, can tote the rock 30 times a game
5. Dorian BrownThompson Valley HS  
RB | 6-1/225
Has rushed for 441 yards in a single game
6. Leilon WillinghamMullen HS  
OLB | 6-2/240
Great looking prospect that could grow into a DE
7. Joe KawulokMonarch HS 
TE | 6-6/210
Will follow brother to CSU. Could play on either side of the ball.
8. Brady DaighMullen HSColorado
MLB | 6-2/230
Fills the hole quickly, plays downhill and with a heavy head.
9. Ezekiel BishopEast HSArizona
S | 5-10/185
Not great size but is explosive and fearless.
10. Carzell VickersValor Christian HS  
WR | 6-4/180
Missed time as a JR so he is still raw but has all of the tools.
11. Eddie YarbroughGrandview HS  
OLB | 6-3/215
Long prospect that covers a lot of ground and is rangy.
12. Justin HansenLongmont HSColorado State
OT | 6-5/260
Two-way star has a frame to be a 300 pounder in a hurry.
13. Connor HealyMullen HS 
MLB | 6-0/215
If he were bigger, he would have the same offers as his Mullen teammates.
14. J.D. HenryChaparral HS 
TE | 6-5/215
Lines up mainly as a WR but his frame is screaming TE.
15. George MaumauValor Christian HS  
FB | 6-0/230
Old-school player that would be highly recruited if teams used a FB more.
Last updated: 8/19/10