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Chatfield Charger Alumni Players

NFL Players:


Dalton Keene, New England Patriots

CSH Class of 2017

Virgina Tech - Drafted to the New England Patriots in the 3rd round of the 2020 NFL draft.



Zac Robinson, Cincinnati Bengals, QB
CSH Class of 2005
Oklahoma State University - Drafted to the New England Patriots in the 7th round of the 2010 NFL Draft
Seattle Seahawks, Detroit Lions

LenDale White, Free Agent, RB
CSH  2002, 2003 Seasons

Southern California, Drafted to the Tennessee Titan in the 2nd round of the 2006 NFL Draft
Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos

Professional Arena Players:

Katie Hnida, Placekicker
CSH Class of 1999
Univeristy of New Mexico, University of Colorado
Colorado Cobras, Ft. Wayne Firehawks

Ryan Vena, Free Agent, QB
CSH Class of 1996
Columbus Destroyers, Albany Conquest, Iowa Barnstormers, Philadelphia Soul



Class of 2013

Larry Huff Larry Huff, Wide Receiver, Colorado School of Mines
Huff lettered three times in football as a prep at Chatfield High School in Littleton, Colo. … Named First Team All-Conference as a senior… Named the Special Teams MVP as a senior… Named First Team Academic All-State as a junior and senior… Led team to the Colorado State Playoffs as a junior and senior… Member of the Red Bull 7-on-7 Colorado Champions as a senior… A four-year member of the honor roll.

Jacob Martinez, CB, Black Hills State Jacob Martinez

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Jacob earned two varsity letters in football at Chatfield Senior HS in Littleton, Colo…all-conference honorable-mention in season as a cornerback…son of Diana and Anthony Martinez…intended major is Undecided. Coach Tetrault's Take: "Jacob is a big, long cornerback. He has good speed and is very physical with a lot of potential, we are encouraged by his ball skills as well." 

Matt Moser Matt Moser, Adams State

Prep: Played for the Chatfield HS Chargers under Bret McGatlin… Team was second in league in 2012… Received second team All-Conference in 2013… Also ran track and field... Academics: Is majoring in pre-engineering… Graduated from Chatfield HS in 2013.Off the Field: Born 01/05/95… Son of Jim and Gretchen Moser… Has two siblings Annie who is 15, and Sarah who is 14… Enjoys video games, and hanging with friends… Favorite movie is warrior… Favorite food is Chipotle burritos… Favorite professional sports team is the Denver Broncos.


Class of 2012


Austin Ihm, QB, Zoubida Cole College Austin Ihm Profile Picture


Class of 2011


Class of 2010 

Kicker Josh Fralick of Chatfield Josh Fralick, Kicker, Abilene Christian University

Alex NovoselUniversity of NevadaLas Vegas Alex Novosel

UNLV: A still-developing blocker who will look to earn his first playing time this fall along the offensive line ... Listed No. 2 at left tackle spot behind Brett Boyko heading into the season ... The first scholarship player recruited by UNLV out of Colorado since former QB Kurt Nantkes (2001-04) ... Rated a three-star prospect by Scouts, Inc., which also listed him as the No. 97 OT in the nation ... Last name is pronounced "NO-vo-sell." 2011: Redshirted season after joining the program in January and going through his first spring practice. 2010: Grayshirted after signing with UNLV in February. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Chatfield Senior HS ... Lettered three times under coach Bret McGatlin ... Helped the Chargers to a 6-4 record and a trip to the state playoffs in 2009 ... Earned All-Colorado and All-5A honors as an offensive lineman in 2009 ... Also played along the defensive line ... Lettered in lacrosse at CSHS as well.

PERSONAL: Alexander Mackenzie Novosel was born on Aug. 5, 1991, in Littleton, CO ... The son of Katy and Tom Novosel ... Has an older sister, Tori ... Majoring in business.


 Kyle Slavin, Tight End, University of Colorado 

AT COLORADO: This Season (Soph.)-Enters the fall listed second at tight end.  He improved during the spring, and caught three passes for 32 yards in main scrimmage action.2011 (Fr.-RS)-He saw action in seven games on offense and special teams (one start, versus Washington State when the offense opened in a two-tight end set),.  He did not have any receptions, but had one knockdown block on kickoff return unit duty.  He had a solid spring, catching five passes for 68 yards and two touchdowns in the three main spring scrimmages.   Three of those receptions for 50 yards came in the spring game, including touchdowns that covered 22 and seven yards. 2010 (Fr.)-Redshirted; practiced the entire fall at tight end.  He was the Scout Team Special Teams Award winner for the Georgia game.HIGH SCHOOL-The first signee to commit in June of 2009, he earned All-Region honors from PrepStar andSuperPrep, where he was ranked as the No. 48 player from the midlands and was the third tight end on that list.  He was one of seven tight ends named to the prestigious Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 list.  Rivals.com ranked him as the No. 11 player from Colorado while Scout.com ranked him the No. 45 tight end and ESPN ranked him as the No. 53 tight end in the country.

Sam Stratton, Wide Receiver, University of Wyoming Sam Stratton

UW This Season: With a background as a quarterback, Stratton will serve as a holder on field-goal attempts. 2012: Stratton missed the 2012 season as he recovered from an injury he suffered in winter conditioning that resulted in surgery.2011: Stratton transitioned to a hybrid wide receiver/tailback position for the Cowboys this fall and played in five games. He has served as holder for PATs and field goals for those five games. He took snaps in Wyoming's version of the "Wildcat" offense, primarily against Boise State, when he carried the ball 14 times for 54 yards. He also had three receptions for 28 yards.High School: Stratton came to the University of Wyoming from Chatfield High School in the Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo., where he was a four-year starter at quarterback. He earned Honorable Mention All-State Class 5A honors from The Denver Post as both a junior and senior. Stratton concluded his high school career as Chatfield's career leader in total offense with more than 5,000 yards of total offense, including more than 3,600 passing yards and nearly 2,000 rushing yards.

Dylan Thompson Dylan ThompsonMesa State


Class of 2009 

 Brennan Gallegos, Adams State  

 Scott Kellogg - Adams State 

Chris McGee - Adams State  

 Zach Moisey - Fort Lewis State College

Nathan Neville - Mesa State 




Class of 2008 

Andy Clements- Colorado State University
Chance Mankowski -  Adams State

Andrew Pacheco - Western State

Jarrod Polster - Adams State
Jeremy Putka- Adams State

James SkeltonJames SkeltonColorado State University


Class of 2007

 Jordan Smith  Colorado School of Mines.        

Class of 2004

Robbie McEwen