QB — Chris Helbig, Sr., Holy Family: Was on pace to shatter most of Colorado's single-season passing records until a knee injury sidelined him in Week 9. Still finished with 3,517 yards and 39 touchdowns.

RB — Conlan Berger, Sr., Longmont: The Trojans workhorse, he finished with 1,323 yards rushing, 244 yards receiving and 28 total touchdowns.

RB — TJ Jones, Sr., Boulder: The BoCoPreps offensive player of the year, Jones finished with 1,662 yards rushing and 30 total touchdowns.

WR — Joe Golter, Jr., Holy Family: Helbig's favorite target, Golter averaged more than 121 yards receiving a game, finishing with 58 catches for 1,219 yards and 13 scores.

WR — Tommy Wakefield, Jr., Fairview: Led Class 5A in receptions and yards, finishing with 83 catches for 1,256 yards and eight scores.

TE — Derek Coleman, Sr., Legacy: At 6-foot-6, was close to unstoppable and came up huge down the stretch. Also a force on defense.

OL — Jerry Brooks, Sr., Skyline: The anchor of an undersized line that battled week-in and week-out.

OL — Wyatt Carlson, Sr., Legacy: One of the toughest players around, Carlson was a rock in the trenches for the Lightning.

OL — Sean Schumacher, Sr., Longmont: The Trojans center, anchored a line that produced 3,595 rushing yards this season.


OL — Koby Soden, So., Fairview: The best lineman on the top passing offense in 5A.

OL — Brenan Watts, So., Longmont: Just a sophomore, will be the cornerstone of the Trojans' trenches for years to come.


DL — Matt Axelrod, Jr., Centaurus: Had 76 tackles and three sacks for the resurgent Warriors.

DL — Nathan DeWitte, Jr., Longmont: Finished with 48 tackles and four sacks for a dominant defensive unit.

DE — Carlo Kemp, Sr., Fairview: The 2015 BoCoPreps defensive player of the year, the University of Michigan-bound Kemp was the most dominant force in the state.

LB — Angelo Alvarado, Sr., Broomfield: Finished with 72 solo tackles and more than 100 overall to anchor the Eagles' D.

LB — Logan Goodner, Sr., Longmont: Averaged close to eight tackles a game, was one of the best linebackers in 4A.

LB — Cleveland McCarty, Sr., Boulder: One of the top linebackers in the state, finished with 75 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries.

LB — Mac Post, So., Centaurus: Had more than 100 tackles to go along with five sacks and will be a force for the next two seasons.

DB — Evan Baugh, Sr., Legacy: A two-way player and kick returner, Baugh did it all for the Lightning and had 76 tackles, a pair of fumble recoveries and an interception.

DB — Scott Martenson, Sr., Mead: Helped lead the Mavericks to the playoffs for the first time with seven interceptions.

DB — Cooper Rothe, Sr., Longmont: Maybe the most versatile player in the state, Rothe can do everything on the field. Had nine interceptions in each of his past two seasons.

DB — Landon Sibley, So., Monarch: Led the Coyotes in passes defended and interceptions.


ATH — Eli Sullivan, Sr., Longmont: A standout on offense and defense, Sullivan had 1,037 all-purpose yards, 12 touchdowns, four interceptions and averaged more than 34 yards a punt.

ATH — Anthony Kasper, Sr., Silver Creek: Did whatever the Raptors asked of him, finishing with 2,012 all-purpose yards, 21 touchdowns, an interception and averaged more than 38 yards a punt.

KR — Quin Kuechenmeister, Sr., Nederland: Dangerous bring back both punts and kicks, had four returns for a TD in 2015.

P/K — Kyle Freeburg, Jr., Legacy: Led the Front Range League in percentage of field goals and extra points made.

COACH OF THE YEAR: Bob Carskie, Centaurus: The veteran coach led the resurgent Warriors to the cusp of the playoffs and a 7-3 record, including a win over perennial power Conifer. Pretty remarkable considering Centaurus had only won seven games total during the previous three seasons. His enthusiasm is contagious, and he should keep the Warriors relevant for years to come.




Jack Abendroth, Sr., WR, Nederland; Max Bajza, Jr., QB, Boulder; Austin Bohn, Sr., P/K, Erie; Ismael Bouchta, Jr., P/K, Boulder; Kobi Boynton, Sr., TE, Boulder; Alex Bradfield, Jr., RB, Monarch; Wes Brow, Sr., DL, Erie; Bryce Buderus, Sr., WR, Holy Family; Logan Burgess, Sr., DB, Monarch; Ellis Carrol, Sr., DL, Boulder;

Robert Case, Jr., OL, Frederick; Joel Chopp, Jr., OL, Centaurus; Luke Conilogue, Sr., LB, Erie; Trevor Cook, Sr., DL, Longmont; James Cortese, Sr., DB, Fairview; Ryan Cotter, Sr., QB, Centaurus; Troy Craddock, Jr., OL, Legacy; Thomas Creese, Sr., QB, Fairview;Trevor David, Jr., DB, Erie; Matt Dietz, Sr., TE, Skyline;

Noah Dohm, Sr., DL, Broomfield; Will Domier, Sr., DL, Holy Family; Trevor Elser, Jr., P/K, Monarch; Brenden Fannin, Jr., DL, Legacy; Jerred Fixmer, So., OL, Longmont; Ethan Gabrielle, Sr., RB, Longmont; Dilan Gonzales, So., DL, Holy Family; Kailash Graham-Bell, Sr., DL, Fairview; Nick Hartman, Sr., LB, Silver Creek; Lance Hartsoch, Jr., DB, Frederick;

Kyle Helbig, Fr., TE, Holy Family; Jackson Hussey, So., OL, Boulder;C.J. Jacquet, Sr., OL, Mead; Kenny Jones, Sr., DL, Silver Creek; Jordan Karels, Sr., DB, Fairivew; TJ Kebede, Sr., DL, Fairview; Mariano Kemp, So., DL, Fairview; Drake Kuyper, Sr., LB, Legacy; Jake L'Heureux, Sr., WR, Boulder; Nate Lehnerz, Sr., WR, Broomfield;

Adam Loeffler, Sr., DL, Erie; Matt Lynch, Sr., QB, Legacy; Nico Margri, Jr., OL, Monarch; Riley Melton, Sr., DL, Erie; Cameron Miller, Jr., DL, Holy Family; Zach Mollendor, Sr., OL, Holy Family; Blake Montgomery, Sr., ATH, Niwot; Travis Montoya, Jr., DB, Holy Family; Devin Morales, Jr., ATH, Legacy; Dane Myers, Sr., RB, Mead;

Austin O'melia, Sr., DL, Nederland; Colton Olgesbee, Sr., LB, Centaurus; Blake Patchet, Jr., OL, Boulder; Avery Peterson, So., LB, Longmont; Cole Peterson, So., LB, Boulder; Ryan Rulon, Sr., DB, Longmont; Quinn Sharp, Jr., WR, Fairview; Ethan Simmons, Jr., DB, Legacy; Noah Snyder, Jr., LB, Monarch; Nick Solusod, So., LB, Legacy;

David Spiedel, Sr., QB, Longmont; Dana Sullivan, Jr., DB, Boulder; Jalon Torres, Jr., RB, Broomfield; Michael Torres, Sr., WR, Centaurus; Andrew Vigil, Sr., DB, Centaurus; Mike Zeman, Jr., RB, Holy Family.

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