Two good football players are better than one.
BuffPlayBook.com caught up with Kolin Hill this weekend to get the update on his and his brothers recruitment.
"Recruiting is starting to pick up for us," Kolin noted. "Colorado offered both me and my brother on Thursday. We were really excited, we both have been very interested in Colorado for sometime now."
According to Hill, Colorado Special Teams Coordinator Toby Nenias has been in charge of their recruitment.
"We have built a solid relationship with Coach Neinas," Hill said. "We have spoken to several of the Buff coaching staff including Head Coach Mike MacIntyre. We called and spoke to Coach MacIntyre Saturday before their UCLA game, he time to talk to us before their game. He told us he would love to have guys like me and my brother on his team."
Kolin is a 6-foot-2, 222-pound athlete while his brother Kaleb is 6-foot-1, 210-pound athlete are being recruited to either play linebacker or defensive ends for Colorado.
According to Hill, his parents are very excited about the Colorado offers.
"My mom and dad are both very excited," Hill said. "Very are very happy we both have received PAC 12 offers."
One thing for sure, both Hills are planning on taking official visits to Boulder when their high school season is over.
"There is no doubt that we are coming up for a visit to Colorado," Hill said. "I'm sure we will take visits to Colorado and Boise State."?
The Hills also have another connection to the Colorado area.
We have family that live in Denver," Hill said. "My uncles would love for us to play at Colorado."
Coach MacIntyre asked both Hills one thing during their conversation.
Stay tuned to BuffPlayBook.com for the latest on Colorado recruiting.