Comer talking to Mountain West program

Snow College always produces quite a few players who move on to four-year programs and are difference-makers and S Ryan Comer (6-1, 206) is a prospect that a few D-1 programs are showing interest in and he'll visit one Mountain West school later this month...

Comer was a standout prep at Lone Peak (Alpine, Ut.) High School and, since he's LDS, he decided to head out on his mission shortly after graduating from high school.

"I graduated in 2005 and then in 2006 I went on my mission," Comer told JCFootball.com. "I was a spanish-speaking missionary in Houston for two years and it was a great learning experience for me.

"When I got back in 2008, I came here to Snow and redshirted and then I played last year and this year."

As a redshirt freshman last fall, Comer started every game and posed 62 tackles, six tackles-for-loss, one forced fumble and two interceptions for the Badgers and this season he again has been a playmaker in the secondary, posting over 65 tackles and four interceptions so far this year with a bowl game still to be played.

"I'm real good in zone-coverage," Comer said. "I can read the quarterback well and use my speed (4.38) to make plays on the ball."

On the recruiting front, Comer already has several D-1AA offers to his name, but a few 1A schools could be getting in the mix soon as well.

"I have offers from Southern Utah, Western Carolina, South Dakota State, Quincy and Harding right now," Comer said. "Colorado State is the D-1 school recruiting me the hardest right now and they are definitely the most interested.

"Oregon State is also recruiting me, but they are waiting to see what a few high school safeties end up doing before they can offer me."

Comer said he plans to visit South Dakota State on December 7th and will visit Colorado State on December 11th.

We'll continue to keep track of Comer's progress and update news as it happens.

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