Posted On: 02/12/16 1:19 PM

Fort Collins, with a junior-laden team, has been dangerous once again as the Lambkins are sitting in a tie for 4th in the 5A Front Range League at 6-3 with a 13-7 overall record.

Collins has four players listed in our latest 2017 rankings, with another on our radar, so this is a team of intrigue. Here’s a breakdown of Fort Collins’ top players:

Jacob Pfaffinger, 6-2 junior guard

Pfaffinger is one of the most efficient scorers, especially among those who put the ball in the basket with regularity, in the state. In leading his team in points per game (15), the guard has buried 109-of-190 shots from the field, 57 percent, 16-of-29 three-pointers, 55 percent, and 65-of-83 from the line, 78 percent. In an easy 93-64 win over Horizon in January, Pfaffinger was a ridiculous 13-of-14 while tallying 33 points. A soft shooting touch isn’t the only reason he’s been so efficient. Pfaffinger is also patient in working for excellent looks. He’s smooth on the perimeter, attacks the basket hard, and his ability to score in double-figures is instrumental to his team’s success. Fort Collins is 1-3 in the only four games he hasn’t scored 10+ points. Pfaffinger, the

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