Posted On: 06/8/20 7:42 PM

While players and coaches around the state are gradually returning to the field under stricter-than-normal guidelines, the 2020 football season raises more offseason questions than any other season in recent memory.

Like a season — will it happen? How can it in these muddled times of coronavirus? And at what capacity?

But saying it does, and things seem to be leaning in that direction with the loosened restrictions recently dropped down on a state and national level, football players will be among the first to retake a high school field after months without sports.

In this series, we’ll look across different districts in Colorado and point out a few must-follow players from each. This will make up just a dent in our offseason coverage of high school football in the state as we’ll hit on many more players in the coming months.

Today, we’ll begin with the Boulder County.

Titis Gebhardt, WR, 2021, Centaurus: Despite the Warriors’ struggles following a promising 2-1 start in 2019, Gebhardt was a welcome sight in the passing game. As a junior, he hauled in 42 receptions for 467 yards — a rate of 11.1 yards per catch. He also caught five of the team’s nine

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