Posted On: 08/10/15 10:45 PM

Colorado hoops has risen in recent years and the current upswing looks to continue. The 2016, 2017, and 2018 classes could produce record numbers of Division I recruits and the depth of talent beyond the D-I level prospects has increased.

While the latest group is extremely promising, it is time to give credit to those who played high school hoops in Colorado and are still competing at some level to this day. They’ve helped set the stage for the ongoing success of Centennial State basketball.

Without further ado, here’s Prep Hoops Colorado’s second Where Are They Now article in an ongoing series.

Dominique Collier:  A four-time All-Colorado selection and two-time Mr. Basketball winner at Denver East, Collier had a bit of a frustrating true freshman season for Colorado while averaging 4.7 points and 1.5 assists and battling an ankle injury. But, sophomore year holds plenty of promise as Collier has added upper body strength and might become the starting point guard for the Buffaloes. He is extremely talented and should become an impact player in the Pac-12 sooner than later.

Jorge Gutierrez:  Gutierrez, one of the best Class 4A players in Colorado history and

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