Brandis Dew had an exceptional first game. He was 19-32 for 337 yards and six touchdowns as Hemet beat Palm Springs, 42-29. On defense, he got in for 10 plays at defensive end and had one forced fumble, one recovery, a tackle for loss at the goal line, and an assisted sack. Coach Cabral has called him and CU will try to get one of his three remaining visits."> Brandis Dew had an exceptional first game. He was 19-32 for 337 yards and six touchdowns as Hemet beat Palm Springs, 42-29. On defense, he got in for 10 plays at defensive end and had one forced fumble, one recovery, a tackle for loss at the goal line, and an assisted sack. Coach Cabral has called him and CU will try to get one of his three remaining visits.">

CU Looking at Film of QB/ATH

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=738&p=8&c=1&nid=1211745">Brandis Dew</a> had an exceptional first game. He was 19-32 for 337 yards and six touchdowns as Hemet beat Palm Springs, 42-29. On defense, he got in for 10 plays at defensive end and had one forced fumble, one recovery, a tackle for loss at the goal line, and an assisted sack. Coach Cabral has called him and CU will try to get one of his three remaining visits.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 248
40 time: 4.71
Bench: 330
Squat: 400
Clean: 285
Vertical:'32
From: Hemet, California
High School: Hemet

"Coach Cabral called and said that he wants to see some film of me at quarterback this season," said Dew. "So we are going to send him some stuff."

CU has called Dew, along with LSU, Duke, Wyoming, UTEP, and USC. He will visit UTEP this weekend with teammate Tevita Stevens and will also visit Baton Rouge, December 11th.

The Buffs remain in his top six with LSU, USC, UCLA, Duke, and UTEP. He has offers from the Tigers, Blue Devils, Bruins, and Miners. He believes that LSU and UTEP are showing the most current attention.

Dew took an unofficial visit to the USC-Colorado State game and the Trojans remain his strong favorite. Hemet takes on Indio this Friday.