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Stoppin’ By for a Visit – Dec. 3rd

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    By Stuart

    Stoppin’ By for a Visit
    (Program note: I will be supplementing this list with more information about each potential recruit over the next few days, but I wanted to get the list out early, as it is extensive)
    Let’s hope they like snow …
    Colorado will have a dozen or more recruits in Boulder this weekend, all taking their official visit to Colorado. The Buff coaches and player hosts will attempt to show a fresh crop of recruits that*CU is an up-and-coming team, with boatloads of potential in need of a few*more great players who are anxious to compete in a BCS conference, and want the opportunity to play right away.
    For those concerned about CU’s reputation that prospects will shy away from Boulder out of fear of playing (and, BTW, living) in frigid Colorado, there is some bad news … the present forecast for Boulder for Saturday is for 21 degrees and snow.
    Oh well.
    Here are some of the players reported*to be on the official visit list for this weekend (includes four players who have already given their commitment to Colorado):
    Gerald Thomas – WR/KR – Colorado Commit – *Just the facts … Committed July 5th … Thomas is a wide receiver prospect from The Colony, Texas. Thomas is 5’10″, 175-pounds. Thomas reportedly runs a 4.37 in the 40. Thomas is considered to be a three-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout. Thomas had other offers from … at least ten other schools. From the Pac-12, there were offers from both of the Arizona schools. From the Big 12 came offers from Iowa State and Kansas. Iowa and Minnesota from the Big Ten had also extended offers*Rivals bio*Scout bio.
    Jeffrey Thomas – WR – Colorado CommitJust the facts … Committed June 18th … Thomas is a wide receiver prospect from Duncanville, Texas. Thomas is 6’3″, 180-pounds, and runs a 4.66 in the 40. Thomas is considered by both Rivals and Scout*to be a three-star prospect. Scout rates Thomas to be the 77th-best wide receiver in the nation. Thomas had other offers from … a number of schools, but only*one other from a BCS conference team, Iowa State. Thomas did have offers from decent mid-majors,*though, like Boise State and Tulsa.**Rivals bio*Scout bio*YouTube video highlights
    More to come tonight … I’m still posting!!

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