Good "Chance" Waz to become a Buff?

With having one of the best college campuses in the nation at your school, it's vital to get high school prospects to visit your school. The Buffs coaching staff has put the full court press on Texas athlete Chance Waz from Hendrickson HS in Pflugerville Texas, it apparently is working. Go "Inside" today's interview to get Waz impressions of CU.

With having one of the best college campuses in the nation at your school, it's vital to get high school prospects to visit your school.

This definitely could be said for the University of Colorado and Coach Mike MacIntyre and his coaching staff.

The Buffs coaching staff has put the full court press on Texas athlete Chance Waz from Hendrickson HS in Pflugerville Texas, it apparently is working.

BuffPlayBook.com caught up with the standout athlete following Colorado's camp Sunday afternoon to get his thoughts on the Buffs.

"It's incredible here," Waz said. "I thought it was going to be great from everything I had heard about Boulder and Colorado, it's even better than I expected it to be."

Waz and his family has spent the last few days in Boulder and will be leaving Colorado with a lot on their minds.

"I'm going to go home and talk to my parents," Waz said. "Colorado is definitely my favorite right now. I will make the decision when it feels right to do it, I'm going to pray about it, I have a lot to think about."

Waz, a 6-foot-0, 175-pound athlete with 4.4 to 4.5 speed, currently has offers from Colorado, North Texas, Utah, UTEP, Arkansas State and Texas State.

Waz is impressed with the attitude and family feel that MacIntyre and his staff provides at Colorado.

"Some coaches don't care about you personally, they just want you to play football for them," Waz said. "Coach Mac and his staff seem to want to build personal relationships with you, care about you on and off the field. Coach Mac said he wants to develop and help all of his players to make it to the NFL, what high school athlete don't want to make it to the next level."

Waz injured his elbow during the Buff's camp but doesn't feel it affected his performance too much.

"I think I did really well out there today," Waz said. "My footwork and one on ones went really well."

According to Waz, Colorado is recruiting the wide receiver/defensive back to play on the defensive side of the ball.

"They are wanting me to play corner," Waz said. "I will play where ever they need me to play."

Waz feels that he learned a lot from the Colorado coaches.

"They are great teachers," Waz said. "They are really cool coaches, very personable and easy to talk to."

Stay tuned to BuffPlayBook.com for the latest on Waz's recruiting process.


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