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June 1 Buffs Camp: Need-to-Know Info

All the things that you need to know about the Buff's local camp.

Doug Pensinger

On June 1st, the Buffs host a camp up in Boulder, the only one all year. While they host camps in other locales, this one has the potential for the most talent, as well as a wide range of recruits, from in-state recruits just trying to get their name out there to 4-star QB's. Here is a comprehensive list of the camp attendees (If I missed any, let me know in the comments below).

  • Dillon Middlemiss (2015 commit, 3-star)
  • Ashton Torres (2016 recruit)
  • Tommy Lazzaro (in-state QB, 3-star)
  • Milo Hall (2015 in-state RB, 2-star)
  • JoJo Domman (2016 recruit)
  • Cade Cote (AZ guard, large offer list, 3-star)
  • Tyus Carter (in-state CB)
  • Kyle Kearns (4-star QB, 2nd tier PAC QB recruit)
  • Q Drennan (Texas ATH, high on Colorado, 2-star)
  • Matt Gaiter (In-state DL, trains at Six Zero Strength)
  • Frank Umu (In-state Dl, trains at Six Zero Strength)
  • Tuli-Wily Matagii (soft Utah commit)
  • Chris Bounds (Chaminade (CA) TE, high on Colorado)
  • Brendan Edgerley (In-state OLB)
  • Isiah Young (not much on him, not an in-state recruit)
  • Salofi Gaoa (FoCo OL, has visited CU three times)
  • Ross Bowers (3-star QB, visited CSU May 31st)
  • Khalil Bradley (CA wide receiver
  • Riley Brand (Texas linebacker)
  • Ryan Parenteau (Arizona ATH,
  • Jalen Rakim Moore (in-state ATH)
  • Arealous Hughes (in-state ATH)
  • Tony Brown (CA 3-star WR)

Credit goes to for most of these names, as well as Adam Munsterteiger. This camp is a chance for the staff to impress some out-of-state targets. Kyle Kearns, a more realistic QB recruit for CU than Sheriron Jones, is coming in for this camp. While not as big nationally as some other top quarterback prospects, Kearns committing to CU would be akin to Liufau in 2013, an undoubtedly positive thing for the program. Cade Cote, a large guard out of Arizona, also is at the camp. He garners offers from both Arizona schools, CU, both Oregons, Boise State, and plenty more. Still only a three-star, he seems on par with Lynott in terms of skill and offer list. My personal expectations for this camp are two-fold. 1st, I expect one or two commits from the 2nd tier recruits that CU has offered. Chris Bounds, mentioned previously on this site, is making his second trip in as many months, so he seems like a safe bet to commit during this camp. 2nd, I would like for HCMM and company to offer some top  local talent. We already have Middlemiss and offered Middlemiss, but Frank Umu, Tommy Lazzaro, are still waiting on offers. While 2015 is a down year for Colorado preps, there are still five or so recruits that could help Colorado. The general feeling about this camp compared to recent years is positive, with the talent level being higher than years past. Look for a lot of CU news the next few days, and, as always, go Buffs.