Buffs Stop in on Florida Quarterback

The Colorado coaches are everywhere these days looking for the next players to don the black and gold. Former CU and NFL coach, Greg Brown, who is now back with the Buffs, has been assigned the state of Florida and he has been all over the state scouting talent the last week. One of his first stops was to get a look at Tampa-area signal caller, Alton Voss. The dual-threat gives the BSN his thoughts on the Buffs and recruiting in general.

Height: 6-2 1/2
Weight: 218
40 time: 4.61
Bench: 240
Squat: 405
Vertical:"28
From: New Port Richey, Florida
High School: Gulf

Alton Voss will be a three-year varsity starter in 2006. As a junior, he passed for 1,300 yards and 13 touchdowns. On the ground, he rushed for 1,100 yards and 13 touchdowns. On defense, at defensive end, linebacker, and strong safety, he had 40 tackles. On special teams, he blocked five field goals. Voss was named the Tampa Tribune Offensive Player of the Year while also garnering all conference and area honors.

He has written offers from Mississippi State and South Florida. "My top school is Alabama but I am open to everybody. After some more camps and combines I will start to narrow it down. I also really like Auburn, South Florida, Mississippi State, and North Carolina State."

Many schools have came by and are coming by in the near future. "Mississippi State and South Florida have been by and Alabama is coming by tomorrow. Florida and Mississippi will be by soon and West Virginia was here yesterday. Colorado also came by last week."

Voss does have interest in the Buffs. "I really don't know much about them. I know they have came onto the scene lately. I mean that in the sense that they have started recruiting Florida and the south. I want to do some more research on them and check out what their quarterback depth chart looks like."

This summer, he plans to attend a camp at Alabama and either a camp at NC State or WVU.


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