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'26 CO Football LB Jaxon Pyatt Looks to Build Own Legacy and Become Second-Generation NFL Player


November 25, 2022 Press Contact:

Arvada, CO: Jaxon Pyatt already has the size at 14-years-old, to know that he is going to become a big-time linebacker on the Colorado football scene.

Just finishing his freshman campaign for the Wildcats, the Class of 2026 Arvada West player stands at 6-1, 180 pounds, and recently ranked by ESPNPlus as the #9 LB and #83 overall player for the 2026 Top 150 Football Recruits.

Pyatt is trying to become a second-generation NCAA and National Football League star, following in the footsteps of his father (who is also his head coach at Arvada West) Brad Pyatt, who played in the NFL for four years.

To have someone like that coaching you, both on the field and in the backyard, is something that not many people get a chance to get in their careers: for Jaxon, it means that he can soak up constant knowledge about all parts of the game.

While the 2022 season ended at 4-7 for the Wildcats, Jaxon got some valuable time and experience, and will go into the offseason strength and conditioning program ready to add some muscle to his already muscular, yet ever-growing frame. Pyatt will also place a strong emphasis on speed training.

And even at this early point in his school football career, Pyatt received game day visit invites from Rutgers and Colorado University.

He is only in his first semester in the classroom, but Pyatt has already shown that academics will be a major forte for him as well. His academic aspirations are: Honor Roll and higher this year.

When you watch his YouTube highlights, you can see Pyatt is already well on the way to high school stardom.

Here’s a scouting report on the linebacker from a coach:

“He is already so well versed at linebacker: you can tell he has been well coached. He has times in games as a freshman where he is dominant, and he is just 14-years-old: Pyatt has not even grown into his frame yet. He is going to be a physical specimen. 

“He is just so quick and explosive with his first step into the backfield. There are some plays when he is at the quarterback before he even goes to hand off the ball. He is also very good at dropping into coverage and in the flat. I think everyone is excited to see how much he can improve before his sophomore year.”

To check out Pyatt’s film and stats, please visit his personalized player page here:

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