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From: Aurora, Colorado
High School: Rangeview
As a senior, Corey Nabors had 2,587 yards rushing and 30 touchdowns. he led the state in rushing.
As a junior, he led the state in rushing in the 5A class with 2,335 yards and 30 touchdowns on 286 carries. He was named second team all-state.
Nabors has great grades with a 3.5 core GPA and a score of 25 on the ACT.
So the question is, why has he not received an offer? "I have no idea," a frustrated Nabors said. "I have had teams tell me I could walk-on like Colorado and Colorado State. But I have not received any offers. I am going to wait until signing day to see what happens. Wyoming and Idaho State have been showing a little attention so we'll see."
Nabors spoke with Coach Hagan two nights ago. "He told me they might want me to come up for a visit and go from there. I am waiting to hear from him, again."
Rangeview head coach Dave Gonzales says of Nabors, "He is a physically strong kid and he has a great work ethic. He could play both ways, but we let him focus on offense. Corey is also a great student."
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