Year in, and year out, there’s no disputing the fact that the Blue-Grey All-American Combine (Colorado Regional) is one of the fastest growing workout on the nationwide circuit.
NFL veteran Mark McMillian was lead instructor this time around, similar to the recent past in fact, and NFL veteran trainer Reggie Young provided assistance from start to finish.
All-American Bowl alumni Jackson Block and Elijah Reed were also on hand, presumably to get a closer look at the collection of talent from the Rocky Mountains. Details are below.
Gavin Herberg, QB, Pine Creek (CO): Unavailable, but with plans for another workout, the 6-foot-1 and 180-pound junior was contacted by Colorado State.
Alex Weaver, QB, Lewis-Palmer (CO): The 6-3 and 200-pound appears to have a bright future ahead and has talked with a couple of different programs.
Cameron Rice, QB, Morgantown (WV): The 6-2 and 210-pound sophomore wasn’t afraid of the big stage. Same with Jasiem Mitchell from Harrison (CO).
David Moore, RB, Pine Creek (CO): Initially set to participate, though plans changed late in the game, the 5-8 and 185-pound junior has college options.
Hudson Grant, RB, Pikes Peak Christian (CO): The 6-2 and 185-pound junior was a pleasant surprise, and perhaps, made the biggest overall impact.
Trevin Johnson, RB, Holy Family (CO): With visits to Colorado State and Northern Colorado, the 5-9 and 165-pound sophomore has a bright future.
Spencer Peterson, RB, Pine Creek (CO): Big and strong, versatile as they come too, the 6-foot and 194-pound junior strengthened a growing reputation.
Keyon Burris, WR, Vista Ridge (CO): Seemingly ahead of the curve, the 6-2 and 165-pound sophomore has a fair amount upside. Keep an eye on him.
Jarrell Trahan, WR, Highlands Ranch (CO): The 5-9 and 170-pound sophomore did a little of everything, most of it well. He got the job done, indeed.
Darrell Davis, WR, Vista Ridge (CO): Young on paper, with a high ceiling regardless, the 5-10 and 180-pound sophomore took a step in the right direction.
Eddie Kyle, WR, Pine Creek (CO): The 5-9 and 165-pound junior could end up finding a good landing spot with a team in the Mountain West Conference.
Isaiah Talapu, TE, Vista Ridge (CO): No stranger to the environment and pace of play, the 5-11 and 188-pound junior played some receiver as well.
Carver Willis, OL, Durango (CO): Colorado State and Wyoming put scholarship offers in place for the 6-5 and 250-pound junior. Other schools are in the mix.
Derric Overbey, OL, Vista Ridge (CO): A center with a good understanding of the game, the 6-2 and 310-pound junior held his own down in the trenches.
Wilson Clark, OL, Ralston Valley (CO): When all is said and done, the 6-4 and 250-pound sophomore might prove to be the best of the entire bunch.
Seyi Oladipo, DB, Eaglecrest (CO): With a visit to nearby Colorado on his resume, the path to success seems clear for the 5-11 and 177-pound sophomore.
Devin Antoine, DB, Vista Ridge (CO): The 5-10 and 190-pound junior has communicated with Arizona State, Colorado State and Houston, among others.
Kendall Brewer, DB, Schagle (KS): The 5-9 and 170-pound junior turned more than a few heads, along with peer Naamon Owens from Vista Peak (CO).
Ben Beecher, LB, Ponderosa (CO): Firmly on the radar of Air Force and Colorado State, the 6-foot and 210-pound junior is heading in the right direction.
Delonte Dickey, LB, Cherry Creek (CO): The 6-3 and 200-pound junior received varied levels of interest from the likes of Boise State and Northern Arizona.
Bryan Mottram, LB, Regis Jesuit (CO): A physical presence, also from a good prep program, the 6-foot and 220-pound sophomore turned some heads.
Jaleen Young, DL, Vista Ridge (CO): Air Force, Colorado State and Fresno State already jumped on the bandwagon of the 6-2 and 240-pound junior.
Montral Hamerick, DL, Southwestern Heights (CO): Fast and physical, the 6-3 and 225-pound sophomore opened up the eyes of just about everyone.
Stephen Hughes, DL, Columbine (CO): The 6-1 and 235-pound junior had a motor that didn’t stop. All gas and no brakes. North Dakota is on his list.
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Additionally, those who did well at this workout, in due time, could be invited to one of the brand’s All-American Bowls held at NFL stadium and nationally broadcast on ESPN’s family of networks.
Games take place at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium, Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium or Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Field, among other venues.
Moving forward, the Blue-Grey Football Selection Committee will consider a number of different factors before making an all-important decision on potential invites to the All-American Bowl. Stay tuned.