Posted On: 08/23/15 9:30 PM

Sure, much to the chagrin of an older generation, dual-sport athletes have seemed to fade away in a lot of cases, something many people are attempting to reverse.

And yet, even in the world of high-pressure hoops with such a focus on the grassroots scene, there are still those who step away from the court and excel in another sport, as well.

In the final of a three-part series of rankings, here’s Prep Hoops Colorado’s honorable mention dual-sport athletes in Colorado—those who are not only basketball talents, but are star players for their schools in the fall and the spring:

Jake Hornick:  The Thompson Valley senior led the Northern Conference in scoring, free throws made, and free throws attempted last year for a 14-10 team. He’s a solid small-school prospect in basketball. As for football, the mobile QB threw for 1,128 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Cameron Horning:  A rare soccer and basketball dual-athlete, Horning had 11 goals and 25 points on the pitch as a midfielder and striker. As a junior guard, he was dynamic all-around, averaging 17.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 2.6 steals. The Glenwood Springs star, outside the spotlight of Denver, quietly

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