Chadd Evans. Now the CU staff is back and they have an eye for another top d-end prospect in Chris Todd. Todd has a CU offer, among others, and says he will definitely take a visit to Colorado after the season. Get the latest on his recruitment inside."> Chadd Evans. Now the CU staff is back and they have an eye for another top d-end prospect in Chris Todd. Todd has a CU offer, among others, and says he will definitely take a visit to Colorado after the season. Get the latest on his recruitment inside.">

Big DE Plans on Making a Trip to Boulder

Colorado went into Oklahoma last year and pulled out one of the state's best defensive end prospects in <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=275940">Chadd Evans</a>. Now the CU staff is back and they have an eye for another top d-end prospect in <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=999307">Chris Todd</a>. Todd has a CU offer, among others, and says he will definitely take a visit to Colorado after the season. Get the latest on his recruitment inside.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 275
40 time: 4.7
Bench: 325
Squat: 525
From: Tulsa, Oklahoma
High School: East Central

Chris is not sure how many tackles he has for 6-1 East Central High, but he does know that he has 10 sacks. He also has two touchdowns on offense from his fullback position. Todd also doubles as a tight end on the offensive side of the ball. Make no mistake about it though, he is a defensive line prospect all the way. Most schools see him at d-end and CU is one of those schools.

"I have offers from Arkansas, Colorado, Colorado State, and New Mexico. I have a few smaller school offers, too."

Chris claims no favorites at this point.

"I haven't really got into recruiting. I am into my season right now. That is my focus."

Todd did say that he was planning on making official trips to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Arkansas, and CU after the season, with a fifth visit to be decided. He is being recruited to Colorado by defensive line coach Chris Wilson. Colorado and Arkansas are recruiting him the hardest right now.

He has no preference on staying in, or leaving the state for college.

"I will move around anywhere. My family wouldn't mind if I left either. They will be happy with wherever I go."

East Central takes on Bishop Kelly next.


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