Recruiting News & Notes

Colorado's best continue to put in work as season quickly approaches.

2017 Mullen safety Christian Cumber is multi- tasking this weekend in Minnesota visiting family and hitting his final college camp of the summer.   The 6-0 180 pound safety, who holds offers from Colorado and Colorado State, will camp with the Golden Gophers and then start to work with his talented Mullen team.  Cumber has been busy this summer with camps at Nebraska and UCLA as well as others. 

2016 Englewood defensive end Kyle Robideau has put in the work this offseason getting 242 pounds of muscle on his 6-2 frame and he states, “I feel like I’m one percent better.”  Robideau hit the Air Forces’ invite only this weekend. Beyond Air Force, Robideau is hearing from Adams State, Alabama Prep, North Dakota, Northern Colorado, South Dakota and Boise State. 

2016 Cherry Creek receiver Ammon Johnson has been all over the nation this summer camping and is getting two more in hitting Air Force earlier this weekend and now at Arizona State.

2016 Cherokee Trail offensive lineman Ashton Torres also camped at Arizona State this weekend.

2016 offensive lineman Dalton Lawrence and teammate Zane Van Matre of Rock Canyon will camp at North Dakota later this week.

One of the most impressive pieces of film I have seen recently belongs to 2016 George Washington linebacker Adrian King.  King, at 6-2 210 is athletic and has a great frame to add weight.  He plays inside for George Washington but projects as an outside backer at the college level.  King is a little raw and needs to work on reads and pad level, but he gets downhill, can close and tackle in space.

I went back and watched the film of 2016 Grandview linebacker DeAndre Shorts, he is undersized even when he makes the move to safety at the next level, but he just always makes plays.  He is high motor, tackles in space and never quits on a play. I hope colleges give him a shot.

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