Colorado D-End Likes Five

<a href="">Ryan McKinley</a> will be one the best players in Colorado next year. He had 52 tackles and seven sacks as a junior on his way to being named second team all-conference. His father played for the Nebraska Cornhuskers so he is not the biggest CU fan. Colorado is contacting him along with a host of other schools.
February 16, 2004

Goals wrapped in Scarlet?

As a Rush End, he totaled 73 tackles as a junior. Amongst those tackles, he added 5 sacks. Actually, that's 5 sacks in one single game. Ryan McKinley may not be on your radar now, but if he has his way, you'll know him well enough. And, if he has his way yet again, he knows exactly where he'll be taking his foreseeable success when the time comes for him to choose a college. A future Husker to be?
February 16, 2004

Juniors to Watch: Arvada

Coach <b>Bob Bozied</b> has three players to watch for next year in the Colorado prep ranks. One of them has been getting early interest from CU, Colorado State, Nebraska, and Oregon. He fills us in on his prospects.
February 12, 2004