A few days ago Jack Stoll of Regis Jesuit announced he will make his college decision on June 19th. It looks like the decision will come down to Texas or Nebraska. Stoll has a visit set up with Colorado and his former teammate, offensive lineman Tim Lynott, is a key commit for the Buffs from the 2015 class, so the Buffs may still have a shot. Stoll’s early commit is based on the 6-5 tight end’s desire to focus on his Regis squad. Stoll stated, “I just want to focus on football during the season and not where I'm going to college.” Regarding his squad Stoll goes on to say, “We will be a solid team who will be a state contender.” Stoll also today picked up an offer from Virginia as the Cavs come in for an attempted steal.
Stoll just returned from Texas stating about Longhorn Head Coach Charlie Strong, “He's a great coach who really cares about his players and their development.”
Regarding Nebraska, Stoll will visit Lincoln on June 13th. On the Huskers Stoll said, “Phenomenal program, academically and athletically! Great coaches with great players who are good people and Nebraska has top notch facilities.”
Stoll’s Regis teammate, 2016 defensive Ace Escobedo, reported yesterday that he picked up an offer from Northern Colorado. The UNC offer is in addition to previous offers from Air Force and Columbia.
2016 Legacy Tight End/ Long Snapper Logan Paulson has been very busy this offseason looking to improve his game and garner offers. Right now it looks like Paulson will camp at Wyoming, South Dakota State, Colorado State and Northern Colorado. Paulson will also hit multiple events highlighted by the Semper Fidelis All-American camp in Denver, The Nike Combine in Eugene Oregon and the NUC Combine in Chicago.
Dylan McCaffrey had a very busy past 48 hours as he took a trip to Michigan and also gained an offer from Missouri. The 2017 Valor QB has an ever increasing and impressive offer sheet that includes Big 10, SEC, Pac 12 and ACC programs.
2016 defensive ends Kyle Robideau and Rhett Hanson will camp at the University of Kansas this week. Robideau of Englewood and Hanson of ThunderRidge, are both high motor, highly intelligent players that can play at the next level.