Trason Bragg is a player that could be used as a power tailback or a hard-hitting strong safety on the college level. That is why most schools are recruiting him as an athlete. The Los Angeles Loyola product is currently listing eight colleges and Colorado is one of them."> Trason Bragg is a player that could be used as a power tailback or a hard-hitting strong safety on the college level. That is why most schools are recruiting him as an athlete. The Los Angeles Loyola product is currently listing eight colleges and Colorado is one of them.">

Colorado Showing Interest in CA Strong Safety

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1208461">Trason Bragg</a> is a player that could be used as a power tailback or a hard-hitting strong safety on the college level. That is why most schools are recruiting him as an athlete. The Los Angeles Loyola product is currently listing eight colleges and Colorado is one of them.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 198
40 time: 4.52
Bench: 330
Clean: 275
Vertical:'30
From: Los Angeles, California
High School: Loyola

"I like Michigan State, and Colorado," said Bragg. "There is no favorite in there."

Through three games, the prospect has 232 yards rushing on 38 carries and five touchdowns on offense. On defense, he has eight tackles and one interception. One of the team's he beat up on was Colorado's Regis High School when they traveled to L.A. to lose, 49-0.

"Schools are recruiting me as an athlete. I would say most of them like me best at strong safety, but some are still looking at me as a running back. It does not matter to me which one I play."

Bragg has yet to schedule any visits although he could visit UCLA unofficially, real soon. He may also schedule a visit with Arizona State in the coming weeks. "I am supposed to call the UCLA staff to go to their next home game (San Diego State). I am also going to call Arizona State to see if I can get out there."

The Buffs' staff has been sending quite a few handwritten letters and the versatile athlete is very open to Boulder. "They have always been a good program and it seems like they are always fighting to get into a big bowl game. Colorado has a hard-nosed tradition I think I could fit in well with. They were at my school watching practice last week."

Loyola takes on Antelope Valley, this Friday.


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