Posted On: 09/27/20 1:21 PM

High school football returns to Colorado in a few weeks. For some seniors, they hope to put some quality film together and get a chance to play at the next level.

For many, there will be Division II, III, NAIA and other programs in the waits hoping to land a diamond in the rough, whether it’s someone who has been lightly recruited or someone who will play in the spring.

In the Western Slope, there are many strong teams, and with them are some quality prospects that may have a shot to go to the next level. One of the positions riddled with quality, experienced starters coming back will be at offensive line. Here is a look at some of the prospects on the offensive line in the western slope who could rise on the recruiting trail this school year.

David Haringer, 2021, 6’0, 268, OL/DL, Grand Junction

The tools are there for Haringer. He’s got the size at 6-foot and 268 pounds. He is a physical threat in the run game but also does a solid job in pass protection at his right tackle spot. He does not seem to get pushed back off the line by

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