C.J. AhYou, DE, 6'4, 250, 4.6, SNOW JUNIOR COLLEGE, UTAH:
C.J. AhYou is one of the most talented junior college defensive ends in the country and is his drawing attention from a number of major colleges. C.J. played two years of high school ball in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., and then two years in Cedar Hills, Utah before starting his collegiate career at BYU.
"I ran into some problems at BYU with injuries, so I came to Snow Junior College for a semester," said Ahyou. "I blew out one of my knees my first year at BYU and then my other knee the next year. I redshited one year at BYU and then had a medical redshirt one year. I only played one year at BYU. Then I came down to Snow, where we went 7-4 this past season, and I had a good year individually. I have two years of eligibility remaining."
Ahyou has been offered by BYU, Boise State, Kansas and Oklahoma, and he is visiting Kansas this weekend.
"I am just real open right now," said Ahyou. "I have never been to Kansas or Oklahoma, but I am real excited about these trips and I am looking forward to checking them out. I go to Kansas this weekend and I am going to Oklahoma on the 17th. I am very interested in Oklahoma. Who wouldn't be interested in Oklahoma? They are a great program and they are competing for a National Championship all the time. Everybody that wants to play college football wants to compete and play at Oklahoma."
Ahyou says he doesn't have a favorite and he hopes to enroll at semester. Ahyou says his knees are 100 percent he has been able to regain all his speed and movement from the injuries.
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