Recruiting News and Notes 6/2/13

Ballage makes good on a prediction, Tiny continues to gain offers and Metise Moore sees interest grow in his game.

Early in March I asked Falcon uber athlete Kalen Ballage if he would post a 10.6 100 meters this track season. In April Ballage went 10.64 and for good measure went 21.88 in the 200 meters. Currently Ballage weighs 220 pounds, no wonder ever college in the nation is after him.

Yesterday PrepColorado reported on Heritage High School lineman Connor Cain's extensive camp plans this summer, along with his current schools of interest the Littleton athlete has recently gained attention from Air Force and South Dakota State.

2014 Colorado Springs running back Aaron Wright of Mitchell rushed for over 2,000 yards last season yet is still waiting on a first offer. Mitchell does report seeing his interest increase. Valparaiso, Montana, Massachusetts, Holy Cross and Colorado State have made initial inquiries. Iowa assistant Bobby Kennedy, a Colorado native, recently checked in on Wright. Mitchell is looking to camp at Colorado State, Nebraska and Iowa State.

Scott Eklund of the University of Washington website Dawgman.com reported this week that Windsor's "Tiny Noller" picked up an offer from Georgia Tech. Noller, has quietly put together an offer list of seven schools that includes not only Georgia Tech but New Mexico State, Navy, Arizona, Wyoming, South Dakota State and Northern Colorado. Most likely by the start of the 2013 season the physical center will have an offer sheet in the double digits.

Metise Moore is seeing ever increasing interest. The athletic and physical 6-4 230 pound tight end is seeing ever increasing interest with San Jose State, Northern Colorado, Colorado State, Boise State, Colorado and North Texas giving the most attention.

Recently Jamin Smith of Douglas County picked up a first offer from New Mexico State. The 2014 interior offensive says he is gaining increasing attention from CSU, CU, TCU, Wyoming, Northern Colorado, South Dakota State and Montana State.



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