Doxtator loves Colorado Camp

Several high school prospects holding D1 offers participated in Colorado's camp held here Sunday in Boulder. One of those athletes that has several offers is Arizona quarterback Drew Doxtator, the talented signal caller currently holding offers from San Jose State, New Mexico State and UNLV. Go "Inside" to get Doxtator's thought's on the Buffs.

Several high school prospects holding D1 offers participated in Colorado's camp held here Sunday in Boulder.

One of those athletes that has several offers is Arizona quarterback Drew Doxtator, the talented signal caller currently holding offers from San Jose State, New Mexico State and UNLV.

BuffPlayBook.com caught up with Doxtator Monday evening to get the latest on his thoughts of the Buffs camp this past weekend.

"I loved it," Doxtator said. "The camp was awesome. I love the campus, I love the area and the coaching staff there isn't anything that I didn't love."

According to the 6-foot-0, 190-pound athlete, he learned a lot from the Colorado coaching staff.

"I thought I did really well," Doxtator said. "I learned some pretty good stuff, it took me a little bit of time to get use to the altitudes in Boulder."

According to Doxtator he will learn in a month or so if he has an offer from the Buffs.

Does Doxtator currently have a top favorite?

"I do kinda have a favorite right now, but it's something I don't want to share at this point," Doxtator said. "Colorado is definitely up there in my top schools."

Doxtator plans on taking a visit to Utah next week, Wisconsin is another school that is showing a lot of interest.

"I hope to make my decision by the end of the summer," Doxtator said. "I don't want to stress out about it my senior season. I want my total focus to be on my last season."


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