With only a year left of high school football, the Jenkins Elite Class of 2019 has one more chance to make their mark on the Colorado football scene. Each and every one of these athletes have been grinding since last November, to make sure their last season is one to remember. From all over the state of Colorado, the top football players have come together in Englewood, Colorado to train with the best coaches in the state. Some have college plans already in place, but for most of these athletes this season is do or die to determine their future careers in football. Below is where you can get to know the rising leaders of Colorado football a little bit more. Keep up to date on the Jenkins Elite Colorado Football class of 2019!

Adam Mullen

Position: Quarterback

School: Rock Canyon High School

Ht: 6’0″        Wt: 175 lbs.

Adam Mullen, rising senior, at Rock Canyon High School has been training hard during his offseason to take over and end his senior season with a bang.


Kenneth Saunders

Position: Quarterback

School: Douglas County High School

Ht: 5′ 11″      Wt: 165 lbs.

Saunders will be starting his third and final season on the Douglas County High School varsity team. By playing both sides as a quarterback and cornerback, Saunders has made a huge impact on the success of his varsity team. Kenneth is a multi-sport athlete playing football, basketball, and track and field.


Roman Anderson

Position: Quarterback

School: Grandview High School

Roman Anderson has been working hard all winter and summer preparing to take over the offense at Grandview High School. The 2018 season will be Anderson’s first year as a varsity starter, after playing behind a senior the last few years, and is ready to make a splash in the Colorado football scene surrounded by many talented teammates. Anderson joined Jenkins Elite in January 2018, in addition to his speed and agility training and weightlifting regimen. By attending multiple college camps, playing in HS 7 v. 7 tournaments, and working out at Jenkins Elite, Anderson has refined his mechanics and studied hours of film to understand coverages.

Jesse Moser

Position: Quarterback

School: Eagle Valley High School

Ht: 6’3″     Wt: 185 lbs.

Jesse Moser, senior at Eagle Valley High School, is a versatile athlete lettering in three varsity sports. Along with football, Jesse is on the track and field team as well as being the captain of Eagle Valleys varsity basketball team. Moser has spent his summer attending showcases, to get his name out there and receive more interest from college coaches. Jesse is looking forward to acquiring the experience of leading a young team and setting a winning path for years to come at Eagle Valley High School.

Alex Padilla

Position: Quarterback

School: Cherry Creek High School

Ht: 6’2″     Wt: 190 lbs.

Committed:  University of Iowa

Padilla had a breakout junior season throwing for 2,678 yards and 40 touchdowns. His 40 touchdowns ranked third in the state behind Pueblo South’s Zach Cozzolino and Palmer Ridge’s Ty Evans. The Pro-Style QB recently announced his commitment to the University of Iowa where he will continue his career playing in the Big 10 Conference. Padilla has an exciting future, but before he starts looking toward his collegiate year he has one more year to lead the Cherry Creek Bruins.


Parker Johnson

Position: Quarterback

School: Buena Vista High School

Ht: 6’0″     Wt: 147 lbs.

Parker Johnson started working with Jenkins Elite following his junior year and has made huge improvements in his footwork and passing game. He has been one of the hardest workers at Jenkins Elite during his offseason. Johnson has always been impressive with his running game, with 454 rushing yards, but we are excited to see what he does with his offense this upcoming season.


Orlando Westbrook

Position: Quarterback

School: Mullen High School

Ht: 6’0″     Wt: 180 lbs.

Westbrook has been working exhaustively over his offseason on his drops, mechanics, and football IQ. The 6-foot, 203 pound quarterback is going to be unstoppable this upcoming season. With 1,848 passing and 511 rushing yards just last year, as well as an additional 13 pounds he gained over the offseason, Westbrook will not be going down lightly.


Josh Mullenix

Position: Quarterback

School: Castle View High School

Ht: 6’2″      Wt: 190 lbs.

Mullenix is a hard working quarterback and has his eyes set high for his senior season. Josh’s junior season was derailed by an injury, but he is bouncing back and will have a breakout year.


Rowan “Flip” Neal

Position: Quarterback

School: Rangeview High School

Ht: 6’0″     Wt: 187 lbs.

Flip Neal had a compelling junior year, and has been working to improve his accuracy from the pocket. With refined skills and his driven mentality, Flip will have a standout senior season and will land on a lot of college radars.

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Ty Evans

Position: Quarterback

School: Palmer Ridge High School

Committed: University of Colorado, Boulder

Evans lead the Palmer Ridge Bears to a 2017 state title with 3,659 passing yards and 42 touchdowns. After his jaw dropping season performance, Ty went on to win the Gatorade Player of the Year, commit to the University of Colorado at Boulder, and play in the Nike’s The Opening in Dallas,Texas. By racking up over 13 Division 1 offers, there is no denying how hard Ty has been grinding during his offseason. Evans is finishing his last semester of HS in the fall and will be enrolled at CU for the 2019 Spring. With an exciting year ahead of him, Ty’s only focus during the fall is keeping his grades up and leading his team to a back-to-back state championship.


Dylan Hollowell

Position: Quarterback

School: Ponderosa High School

Dylan is one of the best under the radar quarterbacks in Colorado. He has been grinding since his freshmen year and will have a lot of college prospects by the time his senior year is done.


Anthony Rosenstrauch

Position: Wide Reciever

School: Palmer Ridge High School

Ht: 6’5″     Wt: 240 lbs.

GPA: 3.8   SAT: 1470

Entering his senior year of high school, Rosenstrauch only has a year of football experience under his belt, but he has made unbelievable strides over the course of the year. Rosenstrauch is a tight end prospect who switched from basketball to football. Standing at 6’5″, Anthony moves incredibly well and has good feet. Not only does he have the athletic ability, but he is a very smart young man and is a quick learner.

Zach McCormick

Position: Wide Receiver

School: Brighton High School

Ht: 6’4″     Wt: 175 lbs.

Zack McCormick is an unbelievably hard working wide receiver. As a tall, long route runner, he will be a key impact player for his team this year and will continue on to be a high level college athlete.

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Oakley Dehning

Position: Quarterback

School: Longmont High School

Ht: 5’11”     Wt: 180 lbs.

Oakley has been working hard on the field, in the office, and in the community over the summer. He has been practicing with his high school football and basketball teams, as well as holding a job in advertising for commercial and residential real estate for nationwide investors. On top of being a student-athlete and a summer job, Dehning has been running a charity called Helping Yard to Yard which provides water filters in Haiti.


Matt Francis

Position: Quarterback

School: Horizon High School

Ht: 6’2″     Wt: 200 lbs.

Francis is looking to have a big senior season and a big time career in football. With a strong arm and natural athletic abilities, Francis has pulled interest from University of Northern Colorado. This will be a prominent year for Francis and I can guarantee this is not the last time you will be hearing his name.


Steven Croell

Position: Quarterback

School: Broomfield High School

Ht: 6’3″     Wt: 180 lbs.

Croell had a strong junior season as the starting quarterback at Broomfield High School. He ended the season with 1,069 passing yards in 92 completions. Looking forward to the 2018 season, Croell hopes to redeem his dreams of a state championship title after a heartbreaking loss in the 2017 semi-finals to Pueblo South. During his summer, Steven received his first offer from Colorado State University-Pueblo, which will propel him forward in the recruiting process.


Chris McEahern

Position: Wide Receiver

School: Arvada West High School

Ht: 6′     Wt: 170 lbs.

GPA: 3.9

Chris has worked a lot during his offseason with Coach Joe Hansley and the rest of the Jenkins Elite staff on his footwork and routes. He has also been working out with his HS team participating in lifting, conditioning, and team practices. McEahern is looking forward to each and every game this season because it gives him and his team a chance to prove to the rest of the state how good Arvada West football is.

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Christian Adams

Position: Wide Receiver

School: Silver Creek High School

Ht: 6’3″     Wt: 200 lbs.

Christian Adams started playing football his freshman year, but make a big impression after playing JV his first year and quickly moving up finishing on varsity as a Sophomore. Adams played a total of 7 games his junior season with 28 tackles playing as a CB and WR.


Joey Licht

Position: Quarterback

School: Kent Denver High School

Ht: 6’3″     Wt: 215 lbs.

GPA: 4.2

Licht is an extremely smart quarterback with an impressive 4.2 GPA. He has been working hard during his offseason and should end up as a high level ivy league prospect.

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Dominic DePizzol

Position: Quarterback

School: Mullen High School

Ht: 6’0″     Wt: 180 lbs.

Dominic is one of the best leaders in the Jenkins Elite program. Extremely diligent and hardworking, Dominic has all the intangibles accompanied with his high level arm talent. This will be a big year for Dominic to get on every colleges radar.



Nick Moss

Position: Quarterback

School: Lutheran High School

Moss has grown a lot as a player over the last year, physically and mentally. He has taken huge strides in his new found leadership position at Lutheran High School. After an exceptional junior season, throwing 2165 yards and 15 touchdowns, Moss is ready to step in as a senior quarterback and take his team to the end.


Campbell Lancaster

School: Mountain Vista High School

Campbell Lancaster is a very smart quarterback with really great progressions. Lancaster always gets his team to the right plays and know how to lead. He is coming back from an injury, but is coming back stronger and will be catching college recruiters eyes this 2018 season.


Joseph Lavigne III

Position: Wide Reciever

School: Grandview High School

Ht: 6’4″     Wt: 170 lbs.

GPA: 3.0

After taking a few years off of playing, Joseph Lavigne is looking very strong. His size and athleticism will be huge strengths for him and will separate him from other wideouts around the country. Lavigne is very coachable, and quickly picks up the techniques to become a better wide receiver. Lavigne will be a strong asset to Grandview’s varsity football team this 2018 season.

Joe D’Angelo

Position: Quarterback

School: Regis Jesuit High School

ACT Score: 32

Joe D’Angelo will be entering his senior year as a primary contender to take over the Regis Jesuit offense. Fighting for a starting spot, he has been grinding with Jenkins Elite his whole offseason. Earning a score of 32 on his ACT, Joe is a very intelligent student-athlete and he has high hopes of playing at an Ivy League institution upon graduating high school.


Trevon Wehrman

Position: Quarterback

School: Platte Valley High School

Ht: 5’10”     Wt: 165 lbs.

Trevon is a part of a dominate high school program, and will be seen as a “diamond in the rough” prospect by college coaches. He has been impressive all off season and will be getting a lot of college looks in the next few months.