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bsn BSN: Early fireworks for CU Buffs with Granite Bay commitment

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    The Colorado Buffaloes “rise” continues, as the football program keeps bolstering a class that has already been regarded as Mike MacIntyre’s best. Saturday the Buffs added six-foot, 197-pound athlete Isaiah Lewis from Granite Bay High School in Granite Bay, CA.


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    — Isaiah Lewis (@ziggyzay12) July 2, 2016


    The two-star football player played defensive back and running back in high school. His Hudl is littered with hustle plays, strong tackles and impact moves. Arizona State, California, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Washington and UCLA were also interesting in this prospect, and he received an offer from Wyoming.


    Lewis averaged 5.2 yards a carry on 62 carries during his junior season. He also tallied 21 catches for 388 yards. According to Max Preps he also made 17 tackles and provided two interceptions. In total he scored five touchdowns for his high school last season.


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    — Klayton Adams (@CoachAdamsCUFB) July 2, 2016



    Ralphie is running strong through Granite Bay California! The Rise of the Colorado Buffaloes! #CUin17 #WhosNext [​IMG] [​IMG] pic.twitter.com/CA24606JQK

    — Darrin Chiaverini (@CoachChev6) July 2, 2016

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