Starting June 2nd, Jenkins Elite is opening wide receiver training in Arvada Colorado for youth and high school athletes. After the successful Arvada expansion in May, Jenkins Elite has decided to add wide receiver training to the Arvada location. Jenkins Elite is capping enrollment after 25 receivers. Within the last few weeks, the quarterback spots in Arvada have been filling up fast, so there is limited time to reserve your WR spot.

We are thrilled that the Arvada location has taken off so fast, which gives us an idea of how many athletes in that area are in need of quality training. The players that we have seen so far are driven, hard working, and determined to garner on field success this fall. We can’t wait to see the continued talent and enthusiasm for consistent high quality training on a weekly basis.

 -Tim Jenkins, Jenkins Elite CEO

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Jenkins Elite currently trains over 70 wide receivers at the Parker location. Athletes are traveling in from all over the state to be trained by the Jenkins Elite coaches. With such a high demand for WR training in Colorado, Jenkins Elite is aiming to make training easier and more convenient for any athlete, who has the passion and desire for top tier training. This expansion is geared toward giving Colorado athletes the opportunities to launch their talent to the next level.

Jenkins Elite’s Arvada Wide Receiver Director is Dominic Rufran.

Wide Receiver Training in Northern Colorado
Wide Receiver Training in Northern Colorado
Wide Receiver Training in Northern Colorado

Dominic Rufran

Dominic Rufran, will lead the Arvada Wide Receivers alongside QB director, Sam Stratton. Rufran and Stratton played with each other at the University of Wyoming. Before going down in Cowboy history, Rufran graduated from Palmer High School in Colorado Springs. During his high school career, Rufran was selected to the Denver Post All-Colorado Team, First Team All-State for Class 5A from The Post, and received Academic All-State honors. Rufran’s collegiate career was just as prosperous, finishing as the sixth-leading receiver in program history. The NFL took note of Rufran and he was invited to the Atlanta Falcons minicamp. Rufran is now returning for wide receiver training in Arvada Colorado.

Being able to come back to Colorado and give back to the community that gave me so much means the world to me. When I was in high school there wasn’t anything like Jenkins Elite. Jenkins Elite is doing big things for Colorado football and I am excited to be apart of it.

-Dominic Rufran, Arvada Wide Receiver Director