Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive' started by WasianCU, Nov 18, 2016.
Rocking the BnG
LFG. Thank you Momma Shenault!!
"I enjoyed seeing how everyone out there was playing. It was a good experience for me," said the soft-spoken La'Vontae. "Colorado offers a good education and a chance to go to the league (NFL). I like it. It is a cool place to be."
Join your brother and dominate the Pac.
2 starting Shenaults? Yes please!!!
Colorado. It's A Cool Place To Be.
Seems somewhat like a forgotten man lately. Let's not forget about him
Get the big brother going in the offense this year. Line blocks for Montez, Shenault runs fast down the field, ball delivered in his hand, run, score.
Good luck young man
Grades down? Guns up.
Not directed at LaVontae.....best of luck!
I’m happy for the kid. He’s lived under the shadow of his older brother his whole life. Good on him making his own decision. Good luck, young man.
It would be a good idea to stay in touch with him. Kingsbury is currently #3 on the hot seat, and Tech has a challenging schedule.
Good luck to him. ^^^^^Staying in touch wouldn't be a bad idea.
Fo sho, good luck young man. Wanna see Vontae in the NFL.
Totally understandable that he’d not want to compete for playing time against his brother. It’d be a little different if they played different positions.
I don't have a sub to Rivals, but are we still recruiting Viska's brother?
So is it just a free trip for him you think, or do you think Chev is looking to flip him?
Looks like it. Not sure how much they push for a commitment, but I would guess there is still mutual interest. This is a bigger deal in regards to 20 and 21 recruits.
Ohhhh... Now I see why we got Laviska 4 TDs on Saturday.
Man I'd love to see him playing here. NO shadow to follow. LaViska is special, BUT LaVontae could be just AS special here, maybe better.
CU would treat this kid like a king, and we would run the PAC for years to come.
I'd see why he'd want to go to TTU to not be in his big brother's shadow. BUT...Coach Sunshades has his job on the line (they are looking a bit better than last year, but that could go south very quickly). And Lubbock pretty much sucks. I lived there for two years while getting a Master's degree so I can say this definitively.
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