Apsay impressed with Buffs improvement

The Buffs currently has one quarterback committed for its next class, Cade Apsay of Canyon HS in Canyon County made the trip to the Rose Bowl to see his future coaches and teammates during a game day experience.

One current Colorado commitment has been keeping up with his future team either by watching the Buffs on televisions, following most Colorado Buff stuff on twitter and this past weekend attending Colorado's game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

Coach Mike MacIntyre has made it clear that he and his coaching staff are going to make recruiting California a high priority, one of the major reasons that six out of 14 of the Buffs commitments are from that state.

The Buffs currently has one quarterback committed for its next class, Cade Apsay of Canyon HS in Canyon County made the trip to the Rose Bowl to see his future coaches and teammates during a game day experience.

"I have been keeping with the team a lot," Apsay told BuffPlayBook.com. "I actually went to the game Saturday to watch them play UCLA in the Rose Bowl. I try to watch as many games as I can."

Apsay talks to Coach MacIntyre, and offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Brian Lindgren the most.

"We talk all the time, at least once a week," Apsay said. "I follow anyone that is Colorado Football related on Twitter, I like watching what's going on in the program."

The future quarterback has been impressed with the improvement that the Buffs are showing the last few weeks.

"It was a good game," Apsay said. "You can see a lot of progress made on this team. They played really well in the first half. UCLA pulled away in the second half, but I took away a lot of good things from the game and glad to see Colorado getting better."

One might think that Apsay is a little concerned about the fact that true freshman quarterback Sefo Liufau is now starting for the Buffs, that's not the case whatsoever.

"I'm not concern about that," Apsay said. "If anything it shows me that this coaching staff will play the best player on the team and not play someone who is a junior or senior. Sefo is a good quarterback, the competition next summer and fall camp will be great. I'm a competitor, and I'm not afraid of coming in and fighting for the job next fall. Whoever is the best quarterback will play."

Apsay is apparently very excited about his future with Colorado.

"I'm so excited it's hard for me to explain and put into words," Apsay said. "We got the chance to tailgate a little on Saturday, I couldn't believe how many Colorado fans that were there. Everyone is so nice. Colorado is such an incredible and beautiful place, I know it's where I belong."

According to Apsay he is 100 percent committed to Colorado and doesn't plan on taking any other visits other than one to Boulder.

Apsay will lead his team into the state playoffs in two weeks, last week he turned in an outstanding performance. He completed 29 passes out of 43 attempts for 419 yards and two touchdowns against 0 interceptions. He also rushed for 54 yards on the night.

Coach Lindgren was on the sidelines Friday at Apsays game, the day before their big game against UCLA. "It was neat to know he was there watching my game," Apsay concluded.


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