Lance Bordeleau received three calls on the first evening of the fall contact period and one came from the CU staff. The Buffs are now the leader for the former teammate of current Colorado back-up QB, James Cox. Lance is the back-up QB for Royal High and the starting TE."> Lance Bordeleau received three calls on the first evening of the fall contact period and one came from the CU staff. The Buffs are now the leader for the former teammate of current Colorado back-up QB, James Cox. Lance is the back-up QB for Royal High and the starting TE.">

Colorado Leads for CA Tight End

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1199935">Lance Bordeleau</a> received three calls on the first evening of the fall contact period and one came from the CU staff. The Buffs are now the leader for the former teammate of current Colorado back-up QB, <b>James Cox</b>. Lance is the back-up QB for Royal High and the starting TE.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 225
40 time: 4.9
Bench: 260
Squat: 275
Vertical:'29
From: Simi Valley, California
High School: Royal

"Coach Borbely called me," said Bordeleau. "He was just telling me that he wants to see some more film and that they are real interested in me."

Oregon and USC also called Lance on September 1st. "Those are my top three and I'd say Colorado is the leader. I have had a long relationship with James Cox and it is a school I have always loved. They have a beautiful campus there."

Royal gets their season started against West Hills Chaminade this Friday. "I am ready to focus on the season now and get that CIF ring on my finger."

Other then the potential ring, Lance is so anxious to get the season started because of Royal junior quarterback Kevin Harrington. "He is one of the best ten QBs in the state right now," explained Bordeleau.

Lance has not scheduled any visits yet but says that Oregon talked about setting one up after the season.

The tight end had two touchdowns receiving as a junior.


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