It didn't take one quarterback at Saturday's Colorado camp to get there.
In fact the Boulder native and Fairview signal caller Anders Hill took a short trip down to the Buff's practice field to participate in Mike MacIntyre's first summer camp as the new head football coach at Colorado.
"It was great," Hill told BuffPlayBook.com Saturday after the camp. "I would love to play at the University of Colorado. I love Boulder, I love Colorado."
Hill, a 6-foot-4 215-pound athlete currently holds two offers from Harvard and Montana.
Getting the chance to prove his talents to the local CU coaching staff was an opportunity he wasn't about to pass up.
"I really like the new coaching staff," Hill said. "They are very easy to talk to and get to know."
While Hill feels he performed well Saturday, he understands one thing for sure.
"The Colorado coaches have made it clear that they are going to only take one quarterback in this recruiting class. They said that they wasn't going to rush into a decision. I would love to get an offer from Colorado."
Hill plans on camping at several other camps this summer, as he prepares for his senior season. He missed most of last season with an injury, but threw for over 1,000 yards in just four games.
Stay tuned to BuffPlayBook.com for complete coverage of Hill's recruiting process.