Devin Head has watched both of CU's first games and says that the staff has called him two to three times since the beginning of the month. Plenty of other schools have called as well. Centennial got their season started versus Long Beach Poly and the O-lineman feels he was able to help his team run very well versus the Jackrabbits."> Devin Head has watched both of CU's first games and says that the staff has called him two to three times since the beginning of the month. Plenty of other schools have called as well. Centennial got their season started versus Long Beach Poly and the O-lineman feels he was able to help his team run very well versus the Jackrabbits.">

Corona OL Needs to 'Explore CU a Little More'

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1199878">Devin Head</a> has watched both of CU's first games and says that the staff has called him two to three times since the beginning of the month. Plenty of other schools have called as well. Centennial got their season started versus Long Beach Poly and the O-lineman feels he was able to help his team run very well versus the Jackrabbits.

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

"We lost 46-20 but we had 244 yards rushing," explained Head. "Our passing game wasn't very good and a lot of that had to do with Dashan Miller not being able to play. He was real sick and just couldn't go."

Devin has watched Colorado's first two games. "They are looking good. They look like they have a really good D. Neither game I've seen has been pretty but a win is a win."

The Centennial O-lineman has heard from Fresno State, UCLA (twice), Oregon, Cal, and Northern Arizona, in adition to Colorado. He has spoken each time with both coach Borbely and Cabral on the CU staff.

Devin likes the same schools and has not scheduled any visits. As for CU he says, "I really like Colorado a lot. I am going to have to take an official visit there to explore it a little more."

Head has liked UCLA for a long time and with the recent de-commitment of Jesse White, he could be a prime prospect for them. "Hopefully it is a positive," he says in regards to the Bruins possibly wanting to show more attention. "It is a great school I have always liked."

He will take an unofficial visit to a Fresno State game the same weekend Centennial travels to Clovis to take on Clovis West High. Some Bulldog coaches are expected to be at that game to scout him.

Centennial takes on Michael Coleman and Justin Marvel next when they battle Arroyo Valley, this Friday.