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  1. Mavric

    C Carson Lee

    Player: Carson Lee Hometown: Englewood, Colorado School: Cherry Creek Position: Center Height: 6-4 Weight: 300 40 Time: Offers: Iowa State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Washington State Visits: 6/2/18; 9/29/18 vs. Purdue Twitter 247 Composite: #664 Overall; #27 OG; .8427; Rivals: #21 OG; 247: #25 OG; ESPN: Hudl
  2. The Murphinator

    QB Luke McCaffrey [Nebraska Commit]

    Player: Luke McCaffrey Hometown: Littleton, Colorado School: Valor Christian Position: Quarterback, Athlete Height: 6-3 Weight: 185 40 Time: 4.64 Offers: Colorado, Colorado State, Michigan, Duke, Ohio State, Virginia, Ole Miss, Washington, Western Kentucky, Nebraska Visits: 4/7/18 - Junior Day; 9/8/18 vs. Colorado Twitter 247 Composite: #262 Overall; #11 ATH; .9069; Rivals: #38 ATH; 247: #24 ATH; ESPN: #142 Overall; #5 QB-DT; Hudl
  3. Player: Michael Lynn Hometown: Englewood, Colorado School: Cherry Creek Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-7 Weight: 300 40 Time: Offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, UNLV, Utah, Washington State, Wyoming Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #765 Overall; #71 OT; .8614; Rivals: #69 OT; 247: #79 OT; ESPN: Hudl
  4. Mavric

    OT Reece Atteberry

    Player: Reece Atteberry Hometown: Centennial, Colorado School: Eaglecrest Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-5 Weight: 260 40 Time: Offers: Nebraska Visits: 3/31/18 - Junior Day; 9/8/18 vs. Colorado Twitter 247 Composite: #231 Overall; #26 OT; .9139; Rivals: #34 OT; 247: #109 Overall; #17 OT; ESPN: Hudl
  5. Mavric

    OT Roger Rosengarten

    Player: Roger Rosengahttps://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2020/roger-rosengarten-233807rten Hometown: Littleton, Colorado School: Valor Christian Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-7 Weight: 275 40 Time: Offers: Nebraska Visits: Twitter 247 Composite:  Rivals: 247: ESPN: Hudl
  6. Mavric

    DT Aidan Keanaaina

    Player: Aidan Keanaaina Hometown: Brighton, Colorado School: Mullen Position: Defensive Tackle Height: 6-3 Weight: 292 40 Time: Offers: Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon Visits: 6/12/18 Twitter 247 Composite: #304 Overall; #26 DT; .8987; Rivals: #249 Overall; #18 DT; 247: #24 DT; ESPN: Hudl
  7. Mavric

    OT Andrew Gentry

    Player: Andrew Gentry Hometown: Littleton, Colorado School: Columbine Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-8 Weight: 290 40 Time: Offers: Arkansas, BYU, California, Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas State, Nebraska, Oregon, USC, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #137 Overall; #20 OT; .9504; Rivals: #31 Overall; 247: #218 Overall; #27 OT; ESPN: Hudl
  8. Player: Santino Marchiol Hometown: Englewood, Colorado School: Cherry Creek Position: Linebacker Height: 6-3 Weight: 223 40 time: Offers: Colorado State, Hawai'i, Nebraska Visits: 6/9/15 Twitter 247 Composite: #230 Overall; #17 OLB; .9094; Rivals: #19 OLB; 247: #138 Overall; #8 OLB; Scout: #227 Overall; #16 OLB; ESPN: #237 Overall; #16 OLB; Hudl
  9. Player: Isaac Townsend Hometown: Arvada, Colorado School: Ralston Valley Position: Defensive End Height: 6-6 Weight: 240 40 Time: Offers: Nebraska, Tennessee, Washington State Visits: 4/14/18 Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: #21 WDE; ESPN: Hudl
  10. Player: Tate Wildeman Hometown: Parker, Colorado School: Legend Position: Defensive End Height: 6-6 Weight: 245 40 time: Offers: Arizona State, Colorado State, Iowa, Nebraska, Nevada, Washington State, Wyoming Visits: 4/15/17 - Spring Game; 10/9/17 vs. Wisconsin Twitter 247 Composite: #398 Overall; #21 WDE; .8897; Rivals: #20 WDE; 247: #18 WDE; ESPN: #56 DE; Hudl
  11. Player: Adrian Jackson Hometown: Denver, Colorado School: Mullen Position: Safety, Linebacker Height: 6-2 Weight: 210 40 time: Offers: Colorado, Colorado State, Nebraska Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #169 Overall; #7 OLB; .9299; :star :star Rivals: #162 Overall; :star :star 247: #222 Overall #18 OLB; :star :star Scout: #119 Overall; #12 OLB; :star :star ESPN: Hudl
  12. Player: Barrett Miller Hometown: Aurora, Colorado School: Eaglecrest Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-5 Weight: 255 40 Time: 5.32 Offers: Colorado, Colorado State, Hawai'i, Nebraska, Northwestern, UCLA, Washington Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #516 Overall; #47 OT; .8768; Rivals: #64 OT; 247: #38 OT; ESPN: #52 OT; Hudl
  13. Player: Dimitri Stanley Hometown: Englewood, Colorado School: Cherry Creek Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-0 Weight: 178 40 time: Offers: Colorado, Colorado State, Iowa State, Louisville, Nebraska, Utah State Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #926 Overall; #146 WR; .8333; Rivals: 247: Scout: ESPN: Hudl
  14. Player: Noah Elliss Hometown: Littleton, Colorado School: Valor Christian Position: Defensive Tackle Height: 6-4 Weight: 330 40 time: Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Auburn, BYU, Colorado, Colorado State, Idaho, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, TCU, UCLA, USC, Utah, Utah State, Washington Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #367 Overall; #25 DT; .8826; :star Rivals: #31 DT; :star 247: #38 DT; :star Scout: #259 Overall; #16 DT; :star :star ESPN: #23 DT; :star :star Hudl
  15. Player: Jake Moretti Hometown: Arvada, Colorado School: Pomona Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-5 Weight: 265 40 time: Offers: California, Colorado, Colorado State, Miami, Michigan, Nebraska, San Diego State, UCLA Visits: 5/23/15 Twitter Rivals: 247: #67 Overall; #10 OT; Scout: ESPN: Hudl
  16. Haspula

    Signed - S JoJo Domann

    Player: JoJo Domann Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colorado School: Pinecreek Position: Outside Linebacker Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 40 time: 4.58 (hudl) Offers: Colorado, Kansas St, Nebraska Visits: 3/14 - NU Junior Day; 9/5/15 vs. BYU; 11/7/15 vs. Michigan State Twitter Rivals: #58 OLB; 247: #29 ATH; Scout: #35 ATH; ESPN: Hudl
  17. Player: Dalton Keene Hometown: Littleton, Colorado School: Chatfield Position: Athlete, Defensive End, Linebacker, Tight End Height: 6-5 Weight: 223 40 time: Offers: Colorado State, Iowa State, Nebraska Visits: 4/16/16 - Spring Game Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: :star 247: #160 Overall; #14 ATH; :star :star Scout: #46 DE; :star ESPN: Hudl
  18. Player: Jonathan Van Diest Hometown: Greenwood Village, Colorado School: Cherry Creek Position: Defensive End Height: 6-2 Weight: 235 40 time: Offers: Colorado, Colorado State, Nebraska Visits: 6/6/15 - Friday Night Lights Twitter 247 Composite: #488 Overall; #30 WDE; .8648; :star Rivals: 247: #236 Overall; #19 WDE; :star :star Scout: :star ESPN: Hudl
  19. Mavric

    Signed - TE Jack Stoll

    Player: Jack Stoll Hometown: Aurora, Colorado School: Regis Jesuit Position: Tight End Height: 6-5 Weight: 225 40 time: Offers: Air Force, Colorado State, Idaho State, Nebraska, Nevada, Texas, Wyoming Visits: 4/11/15 - Spring Game; 06/13/15 - Big Red Weekend; 10/24/15 vs. Northwestern; 11/27/15 vs. Iowa Twitter Rivals: :star 247: #53 TE; :star Scout: #35 TE; :star ESPN: #9 TE; :star Hudl
  20. Player: Carlo Kemp Hometown: Boulder, Colorado School: Fairview Position: Defensive End Height: 6-3 Weight: 255 40 time: Offers: Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas State, Michigan, Nebraska, UCLA, Washington, Wisconsin Visits: Twitter Rivals: #187 Overall; 247: #29 DE; Scout: #297 Overall; #37 DE; ESPN: #286 Overall; #34 DE; Hudl
  21. Scratchtown

    Marijuana and Football Players

    I don't know if this has ever been discussed and I wasn't sure whether to put it here or in the P&R forum... We see a lot of reports of football players these days that get dismissed from football teams for smoking weed. My question is, if Marijuana is legal in your state like Washington and Colorado, what are the repercussions, if any, to football players on your football teams? Regardless of level. Would it still stay part of team policy? Is the policy geared toward state law? Do you treat it like alcohol use? If you could allow only one to be ok on YOUR football team what would you pick, alcohol use or marijuana?
  22. VectorVictor

    American Slavery 2.0?

    Just got done reading an article via FARK.com regarding for-profit prisons and how they're being used to deluge our country with cheap goods (despite restrictions in place) and how they're quickly becoming the 21st century's version of work camps or debtors prisons. Article Link Of note: And yes, we're aware there's been prison work for some time--chain gangs working on public works projects and the like. But these were run by the state, and not private interests, so there was some semblance of public accountability and scrutiny. However... And their pay is jack and squat--of note: Now, this is fine and dandy, but if you don't want to work, then you have a choice to opt out, right? Well, not exactly... And the people ending up here aren't your hardened criminals--only non-violent criminals are allowed. We're talking 'War on Drugs' folks, missing child support payments, and people that come up against the 'three strikes' laws in various states. And here's a list from the article of companies, past and present, that used this form of labor: Here is a list of some of the major corporations past and present that have used or continue to use American slave prison labor: Add to this the handing over of prisons en masse to private corporate interests, as is the norm anymore for cash-strapped states (see AZ, TX), and we're seeing a very disturbing trend here IMO.
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