One Double Overtime Down

Denver (Colo.) offensive lineman Chris Guarnero (6-2, 266, 5.5) said he's narrowed his list down to a top three schools.

"Right now I'm just looking at California, Oregon and Colorado," said Guarnero, from Mullen High School.

"Cal has got the edge on the other schools in that list right now. I just feel better about what they're doing with the program there and how it's on the rise. They also tend to send a lot of offensive linemen to the pros and they always have a solid offensive line," he said.

"Oregon and Colorado are tied as my #2 schools. I think that Oregon's program is going to be good in the next several years and they've also got a great coaching staff there. I've also got a good chance at some early playing time there.

"Colorado is about 20 minutes away from my house…so they're really close to home. Plus, the Big 12 is a good conference and playing time there looks good for me as well. I also think that Dave Borbely (offensive line) is a heck of a coach.

"But right now I like California and if I had to decide today it would probably be with them," he said.

"I've got an official visit set up with Oregon for September 24, and I'm going to probably end up getting out to both Cal and Colorado sometime after the season in December."

Mullen High School lost their first game of the season to Bear Creek last Friday (8/26) 36-35 in double overtime.

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