Memphis athlete travels to CU Mountains

Campers came from all over for Mike MacIntyre's first Summer Camp as the new head football coach, including one from Memphis Tennessee. Named after one ski resort in Colorado and having a sister named Aspen, it's evident that Christian Brothers quarterback Breck (short for Breckinridge) Ruddick has his parents support to play his college football in Buff Country.

Campers came from all over for Mike MacIntyre's first Summer Camp as the new head football coach, including one from Memphis Tennessee.

Named after one ski resort in Colorado and having a sister named Aspen, it's evident that Christian Brothers quarterback Breck (short for Breckinridge) Ruddick has his parents support to play his college football in Buff Country.

"I liked it a lot," Breck told BuffPlayBook.com after Saturday's camp. "I really love the campus, it's incredible. It's one of the best in the country by far."

Ruddick a soon to be senior this fall, is listed at 6-foot-3.5 and 185-pounds and is excited about the opportunity of proving to college coaches this summer what he is all about.

"I know what Coach MacIntyre and his coaching staff did at San Jose State," Ruddick said. "I would love to play football at Colorado."

While Ruddick doesn't have an offer from Colorado he is holding a couple of FCS offers as well as one from his hometown team Memphis.

"We are going to attend a lot of camps in the next few weeks," Ruddick said. "I hope some more offers will come."

According to Ruddick, the Colorado coaches appeared to be impressive with the Tennessee athlete.

"They were glad I came," Ruddick said. "They were very complementary of my throwing, of course there are always things I can do better, but overall I was pretty pleased with my performance. They told me that they are going to take only one quarterback in this class, so they aren't going to rush into a decision."


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