Safety Kyle Theret from Mullen HS (Denver, CO) committed to Minnesota this week. Find out why here..…
Colorado S Kyle Theret Commits to Minnesota
Theret was named first-team All-Centennial League, all-city and all-state by several publications. He had 144 tackles, had one interception for a touchdown, nine sacks, four forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. He returned one kickoff for a 98-yard score. Theret runs a 4.59 40 yard dash, benches 275 pounds and has a 34-inch vertical.
Theret also plays on the Mustangs' basketball team that won the 5A state title last season as they defeated Cherry Creek in the championship game 54-40. Theret averaged 2.7 points per game last year.
The Mustangs are off to an 9-7 start this season and Theret is averaging 5.3 points per game.
Theret attended Vista (CA) Murietta as a sophomore before moving to Colorado for his junior season.
Theret picked Minnesota over interest from Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and San Diego State.
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