Logan Brantley

Posted On: 07/22/20 4:30 PM

Coming off of their 10th overall state title win, Cherry Creek has zero intentions of slowing down anytime soon. 

With a history as prestigious as theirs, it should come as no surprise that there is a long line of talented athletes in that program. Athletes who are itching for the opportunity to prove that they are worthy of having their names added to the Bruins’ legacy. 

Among the heavy roster of underclass talent are four incoming sophomores who are putting in a lot of offseason work in order to increase their chances of being varsity stars.

Logan Brantley - SS/RB

This highly motivated player isn’t just eager for a defensive varsity spot, he’s hungry for it. The 6 foot, 180lbs strong safety’s best JV game was their win over Chaparral, in which he tallied three interceptions. 

When asked if he considers himself a coverage safety or a box safety, Brantley’s response was, “I feel like coming down into the box and making some big hits is a momentum shifter because [the team] can’t rely on someone who’s not going to make the hit, and I’m going to come up and

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