Devin Head had an unbelievable trip to Colorado over the weekend and says he is ready to become a Buff. He plans on committing to CU when Coach Borbely comes to his school on Tuesday."> Devin Head had an unbelievable trip to Colorado over the weekend and says he is ready to become a Buff. He plans on committing to CU when Coach Borbely comes to his school on Tuesday.">

Head to Commit on Tuesday (free content)

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1199878">Devin Head</a> had an unbelievable trip to Colorado over the weekend and says he is ready to become a Buff. He plans on committing to CU when Coach Borbely comes to his school on Tuesday.

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

"The trip was just great, it was absolutely great," he boasted. "It was everything I expected and more. My father also loved it. He told me that if I decide to go to Colorado he is behind me 1000 percent. I plan on committing to them on Tuesday. Coach Borbely is coming to my school and I am going to tell him in person."

The O-lineman was able to sit down with Coach Barnett while in town. "It was great talking with him. It was great meeting all of the coaches and players. I am ready to wear the black and gold."

Head says that CU has told him he could be a tackle or a guard in Boulder. "I don't care where I play. I just want to do what is best for the team."

Being a team player is certainly what he did this fall as he led Centennial to a sectional championship with a 49-35 win over Norco in the finals. His team finished at 13-1 with their only loss coming to Long Beach Poly. For his efforts, the potential future Buff was named first team all-league. "I think I will be named first team all-CIF, too. That list will come out next week."

Head was one of the most impressive lineman that Scout.com witnessed on the summer camp circuit. He is very athletic, with quick feet, and a great attitude. Head was one of the top performers at the CU elite camp at the end of July.

His other written offer is from Colorado State.

He comes from good bloodlines as his brother, Brian Head, is a starting junior center at Stanford.

The Buffalo Sports News will catch up with him on Tuesday to find out if he indeed commits to Colorado.


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