Top 6 states that had the most 3*/4*/5* football prospects between 2011 thru 2015: Texas: 1,337 Florida: 1,295 California: 878 Georgia: 758 Ohio: 462 Louisiana: 333 CU is now focused on 5 of them along with Arizona (#2 Pac-12 state at 131) and home state Colorado (60). I'd like to get a coach into Ohio. Maybe Hagan, since he pulled Speedy from there on his last go-round. CU also signed Deji Olatoye from OH, so I think we can make that work. With all that the state of Colorado/ City of Boulder has going for it and a central US location along with highly-regarded academics, there is no reason not to focus on national recruiting in this way -- targeted to specific states where CU builds pipelines and long-term relationships (as opposed to the scattergun national recruiting we saw under Hawkins). CU is appealing to just about everyone who isn't locked into staying close to home. Finally starting to get it right with the way things are organized. Starting to see this strategy pay off with some of the 2016 signings and for sure with the 2017 offers/ interest. I'm very excited about this strategy and the potential of the program now that focused national recruiting is being embraced.