Recruiting New & Notes

With signing day now under a week away, only a few of Colorado’s best have yet to make a decision.

Valor two way lineman Brady Opp reports he has committed to CSU-Pueblo.  The 6-3 265 pound Opp is a physical presence that will fit nicely with the DII champs.


CSU-Pueblo also added Pine Creek defensive tackle Dan List.  The 6-3 265 pound List is another physical presence for the ThunderWolves.


Following their formula of recruiting physical players from strong Colorado programs.  CSU-Pueblo also gained a commit from Cherry Creek lineman James Parker.

 
Valor Christian teammates Nate Whatmore and Jordan Bostick will attend Taylor University in Indiana. 

In his quest to eventually play at a DI, Pine Creek QB Tommy Lazzaro has decided to attend Dodge City Community College.


Offensive lineman Brandon Leahey of Chaparral plans to visit  Northern Colorado this weekend


Wyoming, who enticed Lutheran High School athlete Josh Clausen to become a walk-on, also convinced versatile Ralston Valley athlete Collin Root to join the Cowboys as a walk-on.  Root, who will also join his Ralston Valley teammate Andrew Wingard at Wyoming says the Cowboys want him to, "play fullback or linebacker, most likely fullback though, that's what they plan at least.”
Regarding why he decided to walk on over an offer from Northern Colorado Root says, “The coaching staff by far! It's the best staff in the Mountain West and they'll prove that during my time at Wyoming!”


Receiver Patrick Stephens of Mullen confirmed his verbal to Northern Colorado.  Regarding his verbal Stephens said, “I like it because it is close. I really like the coaching staff and I will be playing against good competition in the Big Sky.”


Bubba Watkins, outside backer from Valor is  hoping to announce his decision this weekend.


Fountain-Fort Carson lineman D.J. Leatimua holds an offer from CSU-Pueblo and is looking at Fort Hays State. Leatimua hopes to make a decision soon.


RB Chukwuma Obinnah of Grandview also hopes to make his decision soon.  


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