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2011 Prospect Ranking Colorado Postseason Top 20 2011

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Brendon AustinOL
Parker, COChaparral

Has an impressive frame that can easily fill out to 300+ pounds without losing a step.

4 stars6'5"263Stanford
#2Leilon WillinghamLB
Denver, COMullen

Active linebacker helped lead Mullen to a third straight state title.

4 stars6'2"240UCF
#3Brock BerglundQB
Highlands Ranch, COValor Christian

Surprisingly effective runner added 952 rushing yards to his 2,150 yards through the air.

3 stars6'4"205Kansas
#4Dorian BrownRB
Loveland, COThompson Valley

If he recovers from an ACL injury, Colorado State could have gotten itself a steal.

3 stars6'1"220Colorado St.
#5Marc MustoeOL
Arvada, COArvada West

Massive 6-7 lineman switched from UCLA to in-state Colorado late in the process.

3 stars6'7"273Colorado
#6Eddie YarbroughLB
Aurora, COGrandview

Helped lead Grandview to an improbable state semifinal berth.

3 stars6'3"235Wyoming
#7Ezekiel BishopATH
Denver, CODenver East

Played mostly linebacker, finishing the year with 84 tackles and four sacks.

3 stars5'10"182Arizona St.
#8Adonis Ameen-MooreRB
Denver, COMullen

Big power back was the state offensive player of the year and finished with over 6,000 yards in his career.

3 stars5'10"215Syracuse
#9Rayshon WilliamsWR
Denver, COMullen

Averaged 16 yards a reception in 2009.

3 stars6'1"190UCF
#10Brady DaighLB
Denver, COMullen

Could play inside or outside at the next level.

3 stars6'2"220Colorado
#11Justin HansenOL
Longmont, COLongmont

Once he fills into frame could play anywhere along the line in college.

3 stars6'4"287Colorado St.
#12Joe KawulokDE
Louisville, COMonarch

Showed the ability to rush the passer with 47 tackles and nine sacks.

3 stars6'6"220Colorado St.
#13Jaleel AwiniATH
Aurora, CORangeview

Gifted athlete was one of the top dual-threat passers in the state.

3 stars6'2"190Air Force
#14Carzell VickersWR
Highlands Ranch, COValor Christian

Injuries caused much of the 2010 season to be missed but he showed he could be a solid kick returner.

2 stars6'3"180list
#15Marquise ColemanDB
Centennial, COEaglecrest

Coleman has spent time playing quarterback, running back, slot receiver, wide receiver and cornerback for Eaglecrest.

2 stars6'0"160list
#16James KellyDE
Westminster, COMountain Range

Recorded a total of 29 sacks for Mountain Range over his career.

2 stars6'4"210Army
#17Connor HealyLB
Denver, COMullen

Air Force-bound defender is a bit undersized but plays bigger than he is.

2 stars5'11"206Air Force
#18Denzel WashingtonWR
Littleton, COLittleton

Also a wrestling standout, caught 42 passes with five touchdowns as a senior.

2 stars6'5"200list
#19Sam CarlsonOL
Fort Collins, COPoudre

Slightly undersized tackle will have a chance to shine at hometown Colorado State.

2 stars6'4"260Colorado St.
#20Austin TraphaganOL
Yuma, COYuma

Big offensive tackle prospect is headed to Wyoming.

2 stars6'6"280Wyoming Colorado Postseason Top 20 2011

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