2016 New Mexico Military QB Conner Cramer is putting up big numbers for the Broncos this season

2016 New Mexico Military QB Conner Cramer (6-3, 195) is putting up big numbers for the Broncos this season. So far, the talented signal-caller has two offers and he'll be visiting one of those suitors in the next two weeks...

Conner Cramer currently has the Broncos at 6-4 and has completed 51.3% of his passes for 2,441 yards with 24 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He's also an adept runner, accounting for 310 yards and five scores as well.

Cramer currently holds two offers and he'll be visiting one of those schools next weekend.

"I have offers from New Mexico State and McNeese State and I'm visiting New Mexico State next weekend (November 14th)," Cramer told JCFootball.com. "I have also talked to a few schools other schools. South Alabama Troy and Colorado State are the main ones I have been talking to."

As freshman in 2014, Cramer played at College of the Sequoias but after the season he decided to head to NMMI where he felt he was a better fit for their system.

"We should be pretty good this year and I'm starting from the beginning," Cramer said back in the summer. "Honestly, I wasn't planning on going back to JUCO (in 2015) but some offers fell through and I talked to some coaches and they preferred going JUCO again so I decided to head to NMMI because I had already told COS I wasn't coming back and they offered a full ride.

"I had an offer from UC-Davis, but didn't have enough transferrable credits. Also McNeese state decided they aren't bringing a quarterback in until December. Southern Miss was between me and a couple other guys and they ended up choosing another guy."

Cramer is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2015 season.


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