Colorado Buffaloes Recruiting and Depth Chart Update - Linebackers
The 6'4, 185 pound Legaux has guided Karr to a 9-1 record and the fourth-seed entering the 4-A state playoffs this Thursday night against Riverdale at Joe Yenni Stadium. The 5'9, 165 pound Canty runs in the 4.5 range and is an excellent kick returner.
"My visit was nice. I have a chance to go in and play as a freshman. I like the coaches as well. It's a big plus to have one of my high school teammates coming with me. We both had a great time there. I'm not worried about playing at altitude. I am comfortable with their offense," said Legaux.
"It was a new experience, something new. The mountains are great. I've never seen anything like it. The chemistry of the team was great. It''s kind of like our team. I am going to have a chance to play wide receiver and return kicks and punt. I am very consistent and that is what they will appreciate. It's a big plus having my quarterback coming, too! We've been playing together since 10th grade so we know each other very well. We plan on rooming together and that will be very comfortable," said Canty.
"I think Canty is a dynamic player. He's full of energy. He's a game changer. He is fast and can catch the football extremely well and hurt you in the return game as a punt and kicker returner," said Karr head coach Jabbar Juluke.
"Munchie is just phenomenal. They (Colorado) are going to be getting not only a great kid but a great player. He is very talented with his arm and his legs and he is the ultimate competitor. I really believe that Colorado is getting two outstanding kids. Both are qualified academically. They never miss practice, take school seriously and are hard-working kids," Juluke said.
Scout article. How to keep a prospect committed By Bill Conley http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/recruiting/football/columns/story?columnist=conley_bill&id=3775158 Interesting. Seen this said...
-CU Buffs #1 Recruit Priority, Nick Kasa:
Right now Florida and CU are the schools that I am the most comfortable with. I really like CU. I am comfortable up there. I like their team. I like the guys on the team. It is really confusing going back and forth between them and Florida.
Does one have the edge over the other at this point in time?
Probably Florida. They are talking to me most of any school.
Could the Gators really be calling Kasa more than the Buffs? If we lose this kid because Florida "tried harder" that is unacceptable. They already have a better program.
-In other news, the 6'3" 220lb DE, Keenan Graham, was blown away by his visit to Colorado for the Kansas State game singling put Boulder as the best visit he has been on so far. Graham is from Las Vegas and is a four star recruit according to Rivals. He is ranked as the 12th best weak side defensive end in the nation. Getting Graham and Colton Nash would help heal the pain that would caused if Kasa left the state for Florida. For more on Graham, check out The Ralphie Report's review of him here.
October 15th News 4* DE Keenan Graham, 4* WR Bryce McNeal and 3* Buff Commit QB Clark Evans will be in attendance this Saturday for the Kansas State game. For more info, check out The Ralphie...