Commits Continue

Verbals continue as Colorado's top players make their decisions.

Longmont High School QB Clint Sigg will play his college football at Davidson.  Sigg, an athletic 6-4 225 pounds, is an interesting prospect that has the ability to potentially play multiple positions in college. 

Ultimate hidden gem Alex Tennant of Arapahoe has committed to play at Montana State.  The 6-3 wideout has great hands and good speed.  Tennant only played in five games this season and potentially has his best football in front of him.

CSU-Pueblo received a verbal from Standley Lake athlete Connor Durant.  Durant, who had 55 catches this past season, is another Colorado prepster that fits the ThunderWolves’ profile.  At 6-1 200 pounds, Durant has good size, is tough and versatile. 

Alex Nemmers of Lutheran High School is reporting he will attend Western State.  Nemmers did it all for the Lions this year working as receiver, returner and runner.  Nemmers also registered three interceptions this season. 

6-0 200 pound linebacker Peyton Hayes of Pomoma High School will attend Hastings College in Nebraska.

DB Arsean Wilbon of Cherokee Trail will also attend Hastings College.

Receiver Felipe Cervantes of Bear Creek will attend Simpson College in Iowa. 

6-0 190 pound athlete Ahjon White of Overland will play at Western State. 

RB Dexter Webb of Rock Canyon is taking his game to Fort Lewis.

Corner Cory Orr of Prairie View this week will decide between CSU-Pueblo and Western

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