The Colorado State Rams, wanting to get in on the plentiful talent in Colorado for the classes of 2017 and 2018 had a busy Junior Day this past weekend, making sure to get the state’s best talent up to Fort Collins in an attempt to players close to home. From the class of 2017, Columbine athletes Jackson Block and Mikey Griebel were in attendance as was Windsor’s Corte Tapia, Pine Creek’s Tanner Toussaint, Niwot’s Alex Oelsner, Pomona’s Cameron Gonzales, Chaparral’s Jacob Stanton, Heritage’s Matt McClurg and Keenan Brown of Dakota Ridge were a few attendees.
From the 2018 crew, Ray Robinson of Highlands Ranch, Max Borghi of Pomona and Legend’s Chad Muma were in attendance. Robinson, who already holds an offer from Colorado and Borghi, an explosive playmaker, are strong potential recruits.
Chad Muma, today is reporting he picked up an offer from the Rams. The 6-3 185 pound Muma, who plays receiver and defensive back says the Rams like him on the defensive side of the ball. At 6-3, Muma has the frame to potentially become an outside linebacker. The Colorado State offer is Muma’s first of what will most likely be more as Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana are all in contact. Right now Muma is finalizing his spring schedule but he does plan to hit the Nike Opening Regionals in Houston and Seattle.
Muma joins Fort Morgan’s Trey McBride as 2018 Colorado State offers that are focused on keeping athletic defenders in state.