Recruiting Update

The recruiting news keeps coming as Colorado's top football athletes make their college decisions.

Lutheran receiver Josh Clausen is reporting he will walk on at Wyoming.  Clausen stated,” I just love the campus and what they are doing to build their program. They said if I show hard work they could get me a scholarship after the first year. “

Mullen WR Ryan Manning reports a new offer from Air Force.  Manning goes on to say he will honor his original DII commit to School of Mines. Regarding staying firm on his original commit Manning says, “Air Force came in today and offered me, but after thinking and talking things out, as tempting as D1 football and serving my country is, I love my family at Mines, the school, and direction the football program is taking, so I’m very happy and content with sticking firm to that commitment.”

This weekend Grandview linebacker Keelan Poole joined multiple other Colorado prepsters opting to play at the University of North Dakota.   Poole says he is getting a look at both safety and linebacker but most likely outside linebacker.   Poole also had offers from CSU-Pueblo, Black Hills State and Eastern New Mexico.

Athlete Tyus Carter of Cherry Creek also made a verbal to North Dakota this weekend joining his Creek teammate Bryce Blair and Grandview’s Poole.  Carter, who will play corner for UND, said,”When I went on my official last week I felt at home, I knew it was the place for me to not only grow as a student athlete but a young man.”

Rock Canyon quarterback Ryan Hommel committed to Black Hills State this weekend.  Commenting on the commit Hommel said, “I just felt at home. I Loved everything about the staff, the players and the facilities. Made me feel like part of the family!”

Center/Guard Jonah Holden of ThunderRidge is reporting he has received an offer from Black Hills State.

Fort Collins High School 1,000 yard rusher Mason Schroyer is reporting he will play at the University of Sioux Falls.

Kicker/Punter Tanner Cuda of Rock Canyon has received an offer from CSU-Pueblo

Rj Ramirez of Prairie View, one of the most productive backs in Colorado over the past two seasons, has opted to play his college football at CSU-Pueblo.

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