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ESPN ESPN PAC-12 Blog: Scout's Take: QB-PP Tyler Lytle to Colorado

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    Scout's Take: QB-PP Tyler Lytle to Colorado

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    Colorado landed a huge commitment Tuesday night from ESPN 300 signal-caller Tyler Lytle (No. 296).

    What he brings: Lytle has good height and a slim build, but he has some strength to build upon. He is a surprisingly good athlete who, at times, is used as a designated runner. He's accurate. He throws to space rather than at a receiver, and he can lead receivers. He shows good range in the short and intermediate zones and throws a quick, catchable ball. Lytle has the arm to make all the necessary throws including downfield and outside the numbers when his feet are set and he's balanced. He shows a slightly quirky, quick delivery and the ability to change ball speeds. He pushes the ball just a bit. Most kids who are tall and have not grown into their body yet do not get rid of the ball as quickly as he can.

    How he fits: This is a huge need for the Buffs as Sefo Liufau is now a senior and there is very little depth and virtually no experience behind him. Lytle could come in and have an opportunity to be a program changer.

    Reminds us of: Seth Russell, Baylor -- A thrower who can run. They both have excellent stature coupled with the feet and instincts to make plays when things break down yet still be a passer on the move.

    How the class is shaping up: Colorado has eight commitments to this point with a heavy presence in the state of Texas and California. OLB Jon Van Diest(No. 234) and Lytle headline the class so far as both are in the ESPN 300.
     
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    "Lytle's ESPN ranking was immediately downgraded to an Unrated QB..."
     
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