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Buffaloes land spring game commitment from Dillon Middlemiss

The offensive lineman becomes the second commit in the class of 2015 for Colorado.

Doug Pensinger

Amidst the excitement of the spring game and the video and announcements of the Buffaloes new facilities projects the Buffaloes landed an in-state offensive line commitment. Dillon Middlemiss made the call to Head Coach Mike MacIntyre approximately one month from receiving his offer.

MacIntyre has stressed the importance of locking down the state's borders and locking up a guy like Middlemiss is a good start. The Buffs need as much help and depth on the offensive line as they can get and it's great to see a Colorado native stay home. He's projected to end up a tackle once in Boulder and he says that he won't be taking visits to any other schools.

Middlemiss becomes the second commit in the 2015 class along with New Jersey linebacker N.J. Falo.

Welcome aboard, Dillon!

Dillon Middlemiss

Image courtesy of Buff Stampede

Position: Offensive guard
Measurables: 6-5/275 lbs.
40 Yard Dash: N/A
High School: Pomona (Westminster, CO) H.S.  

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Other Schools of Interest: Arizona State, Colorado State, Wyoming (offered), South Dakota State (offered)

Status: Verbal to Colorado

Notes: From Rivals ($): "I attended the spring game at CU today and I brought my mom, dad and my grandma," Middlemiss said. "And after the spring game, I asked to talk to 'Coach Mac' (head coach Mike MacIntyre) one more time and when we went into his office, I told him that I really thought about it hard and CU has been a big place for me since I was a little kid and I wanted to commit there. He was very excited and so was [special teams] coach Toby Neinas."