Discussion in 'Colorado Football Recruiting Central' started by Buffnik, Feb 28, 2016.
More of a hope than a guess: Noah Eliss.
Chase Cord commits after his visit Apr. 9th
Hopefully Noah Ellis.
Maybe people with a Rivals subscription know more about Elliss, but I think his recruitment will be open for a while. He already has a fairly solid offer list, and there are surely to be more to follow.
USC and Utah were in early. Apparently dad and MacIntyre have a strong relationship, so that is helping CU.
That's great news, and hopefully that relationship continues to get stronger and he decides to become a Buff. I would just think he would be taking his time on deciding, seeing as how he's not from Colorado and has some big time offers. I would be elated if he was our next commit. Aside from McCaffrey and Moretti, he is the top in-state kid I want to see at CU.
Banks, after he gets it on Twitter before McElroy.
Bump. Guess that next commit.
I will guess more of the local kids. The 3 from Mullen (Banks, McElroy and Cumber).
Someone from OOS will pop
Nothing against the in state prospects, but I hope you're right. There's some serious talent we've offered from tx, fl, ca, etc.
That was my "swing for the fences while praying to the football gods" pick for this thread.
Lytle as well.
I'm going to guess Jaylon Jackson, actually. Chev gonna reel him in.
Lytle or Jackson would be straight awesome.
Is Noah Elliss going to be there this weekend? I would love it if came on board.
He has been pretty quiet, but expect his recruitment to go the distance. USC, UCLA, Utah, and the Buffs are supposedly all in the conversation at the moment.
He's probably the #1 in-state kid I would like to see in Boulder. Would be a major in-state win
Garbers after his Apr. 7 visit
I wonder if the USC coaching change shifted his recruitment in any way.
On the Jaylon Jackson bandwagon.
He was at the February event. Adam said that he finally got him on the phone and there should be a new article on BuffStampede soon (maybe tomorrow).
How about JC Transfer, Johnathan J. Abram formerly of Georgia! Looks like he may be the next big news?
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