Colorado is looking to enhance its offensive line and yesterday they stayed close to home offering two big and talented 2016 in state offensive tackles in Valor’s Dillon Reinkensmeyer and Denver South’s Terriek Roberts.
Roberts camped this past weekend at Colorado and said the offer came from Coach MacIntyre. Regarding staying in state and playing for the Buffs Roberts says, “Definitely it's something I'm going to look into.” Beyond Colorado, the 6-6 265 pound Roberts holds offers from Arizona State, Colorado State, Kansas, Nevada, Northern Colorado, San Diego State, Utah State and Wyoming. Roberts looks to be done with camps for the summer. Regarding making a college decision, Roberts will most likely wait until after the season to make his decision.
Reinkensmeyer, also yesterday received an offer from Coach MacIntyre to play offensive line for the Buffs. Reinkensmeyer is taking a different approach regarding his recruitment and hopes to make a decision by early July. Right now he is deciding on final camps and visits to help narrow his decision. Reinkensmeyer is excited about the Colorado offer and interested in staying in state. Beyond Colorado, the long framed 6-6 255 pound tackle holds offers from Colorado State, Air Force, UNLV, Kansas, New Mexico, Wyoming and Virginia along with multiple others.
There is much to like about Roberts’ and Renkeinmeyer’s skill set. Both players have great 6-6 frames. Further, they have a ton of room to gain good weight and could easily carry 300 plus pounds a couple of years into their college careers. Also, both are very athletic for their size and could potentially become left tackles.