The University of Colorado had a nice turnout of in state prospects at camp this week. One prospect that put on a good performance was ThunderRidge defensive end Rhett Hansen. Hansen, regarding his time in Boulder stated it was, “Good, I was able to work with running backs, linebackers, and defensive line. I got to meet all the coaches and had great reviews. Going to stay in contact with a lot of the Colorado coaches.”
Colorado School of Mines has been aggressive going after top prep talent. This past week two of the state’s best report they have gained offers from Mines. First, 2016 Heritage receiver Tim Pless picked up a Mines offer. Pless, a tall, rangy speedster with good hands would make a great pickup. Also, Mines offered 2016 Cherry Creek defensive lineman David Imola. Imola holds an offer from Colorado State. The tenacious interior defender is one of the state’s best and is a key to the stout Creek front seven. Beyond Mines and Wyoming, Imola is gaining significant mid-major attention.
Heritage looks to be solid next year with Pless and two way linemen Marshall and Payton Cain along with other key returnees. The Cain brothers are in the midst of a busy summer with an active camp schedule. Marshall, a 6-4 240 pound defensive end has camped or will camp at Naval Academy, Air Force, Montana Northern Colorado and Eastern Washington. Payton, also a 6-4 240 pound defensive end, has camped and will camp at Colorado, Air Force, Montana, Northern Colorado, Wyoming and Eastern Washington.
2017 Pomona quarterback Dante Sparaco is currently at a three day camp at the University of Texas from there Sparaco will head to South Bend and camp at Notre Dame starting this Friday. This past weekend Sparaco was at the University of Kansas and he and his Pomona team finished CSU team camp last week.
Scout’s Brandon Huffman is reporting 2016 Legacy QB Matt Lynch will graduate and become an early enrollee at UCLA. Lynch, who committed to the Bruins in March, will be able to participate in UCLA team activities next spring.