Lakewood (Green Mountain) lineman Bill Boyer has met with the new CU staff and is solid with his commitment to the Buffs. He was one of six official visitors this weekend. Inside, his comments on the trip and the staff.
was named first team all-conference and state after his senior season. Green Mountain ended up a respectable 6-4. "We would have done better but a lot of kids quit before and during the season after the coaching staff changed," Boyer explained.
Boyer was one of four in-state visitors to CU this weekend. He joined Steven Fendry, Eric Lawson and Greg Bolling on the trip. "Everyone had a good time and we all think the new staff is awesome."
His player host was Jack Tipton. "He just showed me around the campus and told me how it was up there. I had a real good time."
Boyer sat down with new offensive line coach, Chris Strausser, while in town. "He and Coach Hawk just said they are excited to see me still coming there. They are not sure which offensive line position I will be playing yet. They talked about working towards a national championship."
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Other visitors: Besides the in-state commits, JC Defensive Tackle Martin Tevaseu, Texas Tech quarterback commit Greg McElroy and Idaho quarterback Cody Hawkins were all in town. Hawkins made his visit unofficially.