Video: Jake Rubley 2019 highlights
Watch the state's top recruit and Kansas State-bound QB.
If colleges are seeking a tight end, look no further than Colorado.
Of the state's Top 10 football recruits from the Class of 2021, four of them are tight ends, including Ohio State-bound Sam Hart of Cherokee Trail (Aurora).
Four linemen earned a spot in the Top 10, headlined by Texas A&M offensive line pledge Trey Zuhn of Fossil Ridge (Fort Collins).
See the complete Top 10 as compiled by 247Sports below.
1. Jake Rubley, Highlands Ranch
6-foot-3 | 205 pounds | Quarterback | Kansas State
In 26 career games, he has completed 318 for 574 for 3,892 yards and 39 touchdowns with just 14 interceptions. He's also rushed for 269 career yards and seven scores. He's ranked the No. 10 pro-style quarterback in the country and the No. 167 recruit overall. Rubey has 17 offers, including defending national champion LSU.2. Trey Zuhn, Fossil Ridge (Fort Collins)
6-6 | 300 | OT | Texas A&M
Ranked the No. 24 offensive tackle in the country, Zuhn has 10 college offers including Michigan, Nebraska and Colorado. 3. Terrance Ferguson, Heritage (Littleton)
6-5 | 230 | TE | Undecided
Has 123 catches for 1,901 yards and 20 touchdowns the last two seasons combined, helping him earn 28 college offers, including Auburn, Oregon, Tennessee, USC and Wisconsin. He's ranked the No. 14 tight end in the country. A versatile athlete who has lettered also in basketball, track and field and lacrosse. 4. Sam Hart, Cherokee Trail (Aurora)
6-5 | 225 | TE | Ohio State
He had a breakout junior season with 31 catches for 562 yards and seven touchdowns, helping him earn 21 college offers. He committed to the Buckeyes on Dec. 30. Other offers included Colorado, Iowa, LSU, Michigan, Oregon, Texas and USC. 5. Erik Olsen, Heritage (Littleton)
6-5 | 230 | TE | Undecided
How many high school teams in the country have two such highly-touted tight ends. Olsen has 19 offers, but appears to have narrowed his choices between Colorado, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Stanford and UCLA.
6. Gunnar Helm, Cherry Creek (Greenwood Village)
6-5 | 225 | TE | Undecided
Almost one-third of Helm's 25 catches last season went for touchdowns as he hauled in eight with a 14.8 yards per catch. A terrific all-around athlete, Helm also filled in at quarterback. He has 27 offers and it appears his finalists are Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Alabama and Arizona. That's an impressive list. 7. Arden Walker, Cherry Creek (Englewood)
6-4 | 245 | DE | Undecided
Also a standout basketball player, Walker has piled up 126 career tackles with eight sacks. He has 18 offers and appears to be choosing between Colorado, Michigan, Texas, Texas A&M and UCLA. 8. Brayden Wood, Fairview (Boulder)
6-3 | 257 | DE | Undecided
In three seasons, Woods has piled up an impressive 234 tackles, 37 for losses, including 7.5 sacks. Of his 11 college offers, Kansas State, Louisville, Boise State, Colorado State and Washington State appear to be at the top of his list. 9. Braylen Nelson, Vista Peak Prep (Aurora)
6-5 | 310 | OT | Undecided
Fresno State gave Nelson his last of three offers on May 27, but the talented tackle appears to be trending toward Colorado. His other offer also came in-state with Colorado State. 10. Beau Freyler Pine Creek (Colorado Springs)
6-2 | 195 | S | Iowa State
In 13 games last season, Freyler had 73 tackles, three interceptions and six pass deflections. Picked Iowa State over 22 other schools that offered him scholarships, including Arizona, Boston College, Nebraska, Rice and Wisconsin.