Posted On: 11/15/15 10:00 PM

1. De’Ron Davis, 6-foot-10 senior forward, Overland. Davis’ 11.3 rebounds per game were second in Class 5A last season behind Fossil Ridge’s Ryan Quaid (11.4). Look for Davis to the control the glass even more this season. He has trimmed his frame to add more explosiveness without sacrificing the strength that makes him the most imposing player to face in the state.

2. Antonio Capley, 6-foot-11 senior center, Ralston Valley. Capley grabbed 10.5 boards per game last season, and he looks even more athletic after a strong summer under the guidance of Billups Elite. Capley is eager to prove he can be a dominating presence on the block and on the glass.

3. Frank Ryder, 6-foot-10 senior center, Fairview. After spending his last two seasons away from Colorado at IMG Academy, Ryder, a University of San Diego signee, has blossomed into a bruising force on the block. He runs the floor well, allowing for rebounds and putbacks in transition opportunities.

4. Keondre Weinand, 6-foot-6 senior forward, Thornton. Weinand pulled an Andre Drummond last season during a three-game stretch in which he had 18, 19 and 20 rebounds. Great aggressiveness complements the athleticism that helps Weinand dominate the boards.

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