Hines has it down to 2 schools

Colorado hosted 16 official visitors to Boulder the past 48 hours, in hopes to find the right fit of athletes for Coach Mike MacIntyre's football program. BuffPlayBook.com caught up with a few of the visitors as they were arriving at Denver International Airport for their outgoing flights. One of those athletes is Deshane Hines, a junior college defensive back from College of San Mateo.

Colorado hosted 16 official visitors to Boulder the past 48 hours, in hopes to find the right fit of athletes for Coach Mike MacIntyre's football program.

BuffPlayBook.com caught up with a few of the visitors as they were arriving at Denver International Airport for their outgoing flights.

One of those athletes is Deshane Hines, a junior college defensive back from College of San Mateo.

It appears that the official visitor enjoyed his trip to Boulder.

"It was great," Hines said. "I really enjoyed myself. The entire area of Boulder is really nice, it was a very pleasant surprise."

Hines got to spend a lot of quality one on one time with several of the Buff coaching staff, that appears to have paid off some. "

I love what they doing with the program," Hines said. "They did a great job at San Jose State, I expect they will do the same thing here."

Hines will take is last official visit to Cal next week and it appears that his decision could come shortly after that trip.

"The decision could be very soon though, (I didn't commit today), It will happen after the Cal visit.

Hines is impressed with on the closeness of MacIntyre and his coaching staff and their Buff players.

"I really like how they work with their players" Witherspoon said. "They are really there to develop you not just a player but as a young man as well."

Does Hines have an early favorite?

"Colorado is very close to being my favorite," Hines said. "Colorado definitely stands a good chance with me."

"I will enroll in January, that's my plan," Hines said.