It appears that Colorado's Mike MacIntyre and his coaching staff keeps heavily recruiting a prospect even though they have already committed to the Buffs.
BuffPlayBook.com caught up with California athlete Dylan Keeney, a long time Colorado commitment to get an update on his season and his recruiting status.
Keeney, a 6-foot-6, 215-pound athlete, is playing tight end/outside linebacker and defensive end for his Granite Bay High School football team.
According to Keeney, Colorado is recruiting him as hard or harder than they did from day one.
"I talk to the coaches at least once a week," Keeney said. "They keep me up to date on how things are going on in the program. They are still recruiting me a lot even though I'm already committed, I like that a lot about their coaching staff."
Keeney will be headed to the state playoffs this weekend, he has recorded 35 catches for 12 touchdowns.
Is any other schools recruiting Keeney?
"No everyone knows I'm completely committed to Colorado," Keeney said. "My coaches have let everyone know that."
While Keeney can't wait to get to Colorado, he will not graduate high school early, he will enroll during the summer with the rest of the incoming freshmen from this recruiting class.
Keeney has scheduled an official visit to Colorado for the weekend of December 14th.
"That's what we have scheduled so far," Keeney said. "It will depend on if we are still in the state playoffs or not."
Keeney keeps up with Colorado's season as much as possible.
"I have seen a few games," Keeney said. "I watch them as much as I can."
Keeney feels like the Buffs are getting better.
"They have improved a lot from last year," Keeney said. "I really like how the new coaching staff are coaching the team. Wins are going to come, I'm confident of that."