Here are some news and notes from the road.
Parker (Colo.) Ponderosa offensive lineman Chris Fox, the top-ranked player in Colorado for the class of 2013, has been committed to Michigan since February.
Fox attended the Wolverines win over Michigan State last month in Ann Arbor and said he'll take his official with several other commits in either December or January.
He's been selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.
Parker (Colo.) Chaparral tight end Mitch Parsons was committed to Colorado since the spring, but last month, he decommitted.
Parsons has set up two official visits, to Cal on December 7th and to Washington on December 14th.
Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian quarterback Luke Del Rio is committed to Oklahoma State, but other schools are still talking with him.
He said he remains committed to to the Cowboys and will take his official visit after the season.
Ralston Valley (Colo.) offensive tackle Dan Skipper said he remains committed to Tennessee.
But Skipper said that the uncertainty over Derek Dooley at Tennessee has caused several schools to express interest.
Skipper, though, said he remains committed to Tennessee at this point.
Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian running back Christian McCaffrey is a part of the Scout 300 for 2014 and is the top skill player in Colorado.
The son of former Stanford and NFL receiver Ed McCaffrey said he had around 15 offers, with the notable ones being Stanford, Boise State, Iowa, North Carolina State, Duke (where his brother plays), Colorado, Colorado State, Vanderbilt and Washington.
Windsor (Colo.) center Trenton Noller is the top pure center prospect in the class of 2014, ranked number one at his position in that class.
From the Pac-12, Noller said Stanford is his dream school, while also having interest in Oregon, UCLA and Washington as well as the two in-state schools, Colorado and Colorado State. Nationally, he's interested in Michigan and Ohio State, where his former teammate, Joey O'Connor, signed in February.
Littleton (Colo.) Columbine offensive lineman John Lisella has been committed to Colorado since the summer.
And despite the rough season in Boulder, Lisella is
100% solid to the Buffs.
Grand Junction (Colo.) teammates Austin Berk and James Diamante are both solid in their commitments to Mountain West programs.
Berk, a defensive end, remains solidly committed to Colorado State.
Diamante, a defensive tackle, is 100% to Wyoming.
Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian offensive lineman Isaiah Holland, a 2014 prospect, is still waiting for his first offer.
Holland said he's hearing from in-state programs Colorado and Colorado State
as well as a host of Pac-12 schools, including UCLA, Arizona State and
Windsor (Colo.) defensive end Sean Glenn has three FCS offers, but said he's hopeful some FBS schools get in the mix.
South Dakota, South Dakota State and Northern Colorado have all offered Glenn.