Devin Head was one of the top players at the CU one-day camp over the weekend. We get his thoughts on the visit and find out where CU stands with him. He also had some big news for us."> Devin Head was one of the top players at the CU one-day camp over the weekend. We get his thoughts on the visit and find out where CU stands with him. He also had some big news for us.">

Head Continues to Impress on Camp Circuit

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1199878">Devin Head</a> was one of the top players at the CU one-day camp over the weekend. We get his thoughts on the visit and find out where CU stands with him. He also had some big news for us.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 270
40 time: 5.2
Bench: 300
Squat: 455
Clean: 275
Vertical:'29 1/2
From: Corona, California
High School: Centennial

"The coaches offered me after the camp," said Devin. "It was really exciting to get my first offer."

Head lets us know what he thought about Boulder, the staff, etc. "The camp went really well. This is now the second time I have visited there and I really like it in Boulder. Colorado is my number one school now. I called and spoke with coaches Borbely and Cabral just a little bit ago and they want to get me scheduled for my fall visit. My Mom also really liked it. This was the first time she had been out there."

Coach Borbely apparently told Head today they like him as a guard or tackle. "I am open to either one, it doesn't matter to me." Devin tested very well at the camp with a 5.2 40, 30-inch vertical and 4.5 pro-agility time.

He also had a chance to meet fellow recruit Richard Pacheco. "I had never met him before and had heard a lot about him. He was a real nice guy."

The Buffs now lead for Devin over UCLA, Cal, and Arizona.


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