Michael Ray Garvin is the most talented player, on paper, that the Buffs may host all recruiting season. He has CU in his final five and gives us the full visit recap from his weekend trip to Boulder. Garvin is up to 55 offers and scored five touchdowns in his last game."> Michael Ray Garvin is the most talented player, on paper, that the Buffs may host all recruiting season. He has CU in his final five and gives us the full visit recap from his weekend trip to Boulder. Garvin is up to 55 offers and scored five touchdowns in his last game.">

Top 100 Player Gives Boulder Visit a '9'

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1346380">Michael Ray Garvin</a> is the most talented player, on paper, that the Buffs may host all recruiting season. He has CU in his final five and gives us the full visit recap from his weekend trip to Boulder. Garvin is up to 55 offers and scored five touchdowns in his last game.

Height: 5-8
Weight: 178
40 time: 4.4
Bench: 340
Squat: 415
Vertical:'34
From: Ramsey, New Jersey
High School: Don Bosco Prep

"The game was pretty good and I liked the facilities," said the nation's no.8 corner propsect. "After the game I ate dinner with the coaches and then went bowling and played some video games.

"It was good to see my family at the game. I had not seen them since I was seven. So it is good to know that I have that family support if I decide to go there. I would put the visit at a nine. I would say all of my visits have been nines so far."

He has also visited Athens and Tallahassee. Garvin has two uncles, an aunt, and two cousins living in Colorado. The two cousins are right around his age.

The Don Bosco Prep star had a chance to sit down and get a good idea of what his playing opportunities could be like at CU. "The defensive back coach was just telling me about their defense and telling me how I could fit in. Coach Barnett told me I would have a good chance of starting as a freshman. I think I could definitely come out there and help them as a defensive back and kick returner, right away."

After the trip, Garvin is still pretty set with his top two. "I'd say Georgia and Florida State are still my leaders. But, I am not ready to make any kind of decision yet."

His last two visits will be to Oklahoma and Purdue. The dates have not been scheduled.

In Bosco's last game, Garvin ran back a kickoff, had three rushing touchdowns, and one receiving touchdown.

Coach Wristen is recruiting him for CU.


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