40 time: 4.5
From: Kauai, Hawaii
High School: Waimea
"I was treated like a King since I was the only visitor," said Dizon. "I just had an unbelievable time and I can't wait to get there. I will probably leave to go in June."
Jordon was supposed to be hosted by redshirt freshman quarterback Brian White, but defensive tackle Vaka Manapuna insisted that he be the one to host Jordon.
"He took me around and introduced me to the other Hawaiians. There were a lot of them there so that was good to see."
Vaka went on the trip with his mother and girlfriend. All of them were able to sit down with the coaches.
"I got to speak with every single one of the coaches. Coach Simms is a good guy and so is Barnett. Dana(CU's new assistant recruiting coordinator) was awesome. She took us up into the mountains."
Colorado recruited Jordon as a running back and they have notified him that they are also taking two others. He is not bothered at all by this.
Dizon's highlight of the trip was the game itself.
"It was great seeing the crowd get into it and the place getting loud."
The Buffs he was most impressed with on the field were Billingsley, Dawn, and Tufts. Dawn was the other player besides Manapuna that hung out with him the most on his trip.
Dizon is now fully recovered from his high ankle sprain and is back taking reps in practice. His playoff game will be the same day the Buffs take on the Huskers, November 28th.