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Tyrese Green

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Jerone Davison

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Carson Strieff

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Stacey Boyd

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Dylan McMonigal

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Cordell Colter

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Lawrence Charles

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Marcus Johnson

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Will Roberts

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Ryan Waldrop

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Francisco Reyes

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Devon Williams

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Marcus Flores

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Tyson Ka'ahanui

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Sebastian Collins

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Bryce Tate

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Vegas Mooring

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Estavan Fraijo

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Juan Cisneros

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Edgar Ledezma

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Jordan Johnson

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Kenny Sullivan

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Jaleel Laffite

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Glenn Jones

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Laine Harvey

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Keyon Lindsey

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Chris Wesley

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Jacob Walters

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Curtis Banks

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Anthony Patino

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David Cisneros

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Branden Martinez

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Caleub Bueno

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Quincy Singleton

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Michael Johnson Jaramillo

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Daniel Kovach

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Kobe Hernandez

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Gavn Tyler

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Efrain Palma

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Alay'Jon Tamplin

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Cheyn Sanders

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Tlaloc Meza

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Daniel Parra

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Luke Powell

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Kevon Hill

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Jarod Bryant

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Justin Richards

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Jacob Jorgenson

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Gabe Zambrano

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Daniel Vigil

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Alex Whitfield

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Evans Lindor

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Ruben Amancio Ramos

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Noah Perkins

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Salvador Morales

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Nick Seweyestewa

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Michael Lewis

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Sean Wolfe

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Luis Chaparro

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Chris Colter

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Mike Sanchez

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Sheila Sanders

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Kevin Singleton

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Corbin Smith

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Billy Vigil

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Chris Colter Quarterbacks Coach / Offensive Coordinator

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Bio Coach Chris Colter played his high school football career right here at McClintock High School where he was part of the 1989 State Championship football team. He continued his football career playing at Scottsdale Community College as a cornerback and free safety. After his playing days, Coach Colter began his own family with his incredible wife of 23 years, Sherri, and their three amazing children, son Chris Jr. (21), daughter Carrington (18), and son Cordell. (16). Him and his wife were always football minded and loved the game of football. They started their own youth football and cheer organization which they ran for over 17 years and were able to give back to the community. During these youth coaching years, the Colters began a non-profit organization (G.A.M.E. - Giving Athletes Motivation & Education) to help keep kids focused on their education and spiritual awareness. Coach Colter moved from coaching youth football and began coaching at the high school level at Marcos de Niza High School in 2009. He spent three years at Marcos de Niza before he made the transfer back to his Alma Mater, McClintock. Coach Colter coached as an assistant coach on the freshmen level and then moved to head freshmen coach in 2015. He continued his coaching at McClintock as the varsity offensive coordinator in 2016. Coach Colter works a full-time job at Empire Caterpillar. When he is not working or coaching football, you can find Coach Colter traveling with his family, golfing, fishing, training young athletes, volunteering in the community, and always trying to find a way to give back to make today's youth better. Coach Colter's mission is to develop these players into respectful young men on and off the field.