Devin Head is quickly becoming one of the most dominating offensive lineman in California. After a great performance against one of the top d-ends in the nation a couple weeks ago, he has received a new offer and you can expect many more to come. Three schools stand out to Head now and the one he is very high on is Colorado."> Devin Head is quickly becoming one of the most dominating offensive lineman in California. After a great performance against one of the top d-ends in the nation a couple weeks ago, he has received a new offer and you can expect many more to come. Three schools stand out to Head now and the one he is very high on is Colorado.">

Lineman Likes CU More Everyday

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1199878">Devin Head</a> is quickly becoming one of the most dominating offensive lineman in California. After a great performance against one of the top d-ends in the nation a couple weeks ago, he has received a new offer and you can expect many more to come. Three schools stand out to Head now and the one he is very high on is Colorado.

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

"I like Colorado the more I talk to them," explained the Corona Centennial star. "I talk to coach Cabral or Borbely every week. Colorado has told me I can play anywhere along the offensive line for them. The schools recruiting me in the Pac Ten all like me at center or guard."

Head received an offer from Colorado State just recently. "I was a little surprised by that one. I had visited there before I went to the Colorado camp this summer and I was maybe there for one hour. I stopped by and spoke with their offensive line coach and head coach and I guess they liked what they saw."

The offer came from CSU after his great performance against the nation's #1 defensive end, Averell Spicer. "He is a real good player. That was a game I was ready for because I knew it would be big for me. I thought if I played well against him I would get a few more schools to look at me. I pancaked him a few times. My coach told me that we are the only school that did not have to double-team him this season."

Head had help on the evening from his offensive line counterpart, Irvin Stevens.

His older brother, Brian Head, is a junior starting center at Stanford but the Cardinal have not been recruiting Devin. "I got a D in one class my sophomore year. I took the same class again the very next semester and got an A. But, becauase I got that one D they are not allowed to recruit me."

He has been up to Palo Alto for the Stanford and BYU games this fall and says he'll likely make a couple more. The UCLA-Oklahoma State game is another one he attended.

He has not scheduled any visits yet. "I will probably take them after the season and start scheduling them in the next month.

Cal, Colorado, and UCLA are at the top for him right now. "I do not have a favorite but I like CU a whole lot."