Yaniv Barnett is the best defensive line prospect in the area this season and he is picking up a lot of attention. He has nine offers now including one from each of his top five. He plans on visiting CU for the Husker game but there is a good chance he won't make it. He says why Colorado is one of his top choices."> Yaniv Barnett is the best defensive line prospect in the area this season and he is picking up a lot of attention. He has nine offers now including one from each of his top five. He plans on visiting CU for the Husker game but there is a good chance he won't make it. He says why Colorado is one of his top choices.">

San Antonio's Best DT Will Visit Boulder

CU has always been in on the best players from San Antonio in recent years and this year they want another one. <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=972080">Yaniv Barnett</a> is the best defensive line prospect in the area this season and he is picking up a lot of attention. He has nine offers now including one from each of his top five. He plans on visiting CU for the Husker game but there is a good chance he won't make it. He says why Colorado is one of his top choices.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 285
40 time: 4.96
Bench: 345
Squat: 475
From: Schertz, Texas
High School: Samuel Clemens

"It is not too far away and I like the climate up there. It has been a school that I have always watched. Everytime they are on I like to watch them."

Along with the Buffs, Yaniv currently favors Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin, and Oklahoma State.

"I really like all five. I am on the fence and so are my parents. They are leaving this decision up to me."

In addition to the offers from his favorites, Barnett has offers from Baylor, Utah, Minnesota, and Houston. Yaniv says A&M is still talking to him and "stringing him along".

Coach Wristen is recruiting him for the Buffs.

On the season he has 84 tackles and seven sacks for his 9-1 team.

He will visit CU for the Nebraska game unless his team is still in the playoffs, which he believes is very likely.

"The way it is looking I may not take that visit until January because we may be playing in the state championship. So I may also have to push back my Missouri, Wisconsin, and Kansas visits, too. They are on the 5th, 12th and the 19th of December. Then I have OSU on the 16th of January. I would like to take all five of my visits but if those four are pushed back to January it will be tough to visit all the schools."

Barnett says his strengths on the field are that he has great quickness for a big player and he is a sideline-to-sideline type.

Yaniv says no school is recruiting harder than another right now.

He carries a 2.5 GPA and scored a 15 on his first ACT attempt. He may take it again on his visit to Madison, December 13th. As long as his team is not in the playoffs, of course. Barnett has not decided on a major but might like to study Food Science.

Samuel Clemens takes on San Marcus this Friday.