Riar Geer was not able to make Colorado's Junior Day as planned, but that has not stopped CU from creeping into the top spot on his favorites list. He is beginning to make his summer camp plans and fills us in on what they will be."> Riar Geer was not able to make Colorado's Junior Day as planned, but that has not stopped CU from creeping into the top spot on his favorites list. He is beginning to make his summer camp plans and fills us in on what they will be.">

Quarterback Now has Colorado Number One

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1171656">Riar Geer</a> was not able to make Colorado's Junior Day as planned, but that has not stopped CU from creeping into the top spot on his favorites list. He is beginning to make his summer camp plans and fills us in on what they will be.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 220
40 time: 4.8
Bench: 250
From: Fruita, Colorado
High School: Fruita Monument

"I will be going to the CU camp and the Wyoming camp for sure. I am also going to go to some out-of-state camp further away. I am looking at maybe going to a camp at one of the Florida schools."

The Buffs are now number one for Riar.

"Colorado is my leader. I also like Michigan, Arizona State, Oregon, Notre Dame, Colorado State, and the Florida schools."

Geer is not sure which Sunshine State schools he likes more just yet.

When previously asked to list his strengths on the field he responded, "I always put the ball in the hands of the right people. I am a good leader and I lead by example. I am always up for the game."

Riar says that he would like to stay as a signal caller but he could also move to defense and play linebacker. He has played at the spot before. Geer missed half of his junior season with a shoulder separation, but says he is fine now.

Fruita Monument Head Coach Bill Moore says of Riar, "He is very strong and athletic. He can throw the ball 70 yards in the air."

Geer has a 3.0 core GPA and will take his ACT in April. He is undecided on a major.


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