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As with any competitive team, the Colorado State Rams coaches are currently working their tails off, traveling the country in search of the next Rams football players.
On Friday morning, CSU landed a three-star quarterback out of South Carolina named Collin Hill.
Hill is a 6’4″ 205-pound QB who’s played in a pro-style system at his Dorman High School in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Of course, that will cut the learning curve down, transitioning to Mike Bobo’s pro-style attack in Fort Collins. Both Rivals and Scout rate him as a three-star QB, while Rivals says he’s the 14th-best high school player in the state of South Carolina.
Hill visited Clemson and Arizona and was offered by Marshall but picked Colorado State.
According to Paul Strelow, from tigersillustrated.com (Clemson’s Rivals site), Hill first impressed now CSU head coach Mike Bobo when Georgia held 7-on-7s at some time in the recent past.
— Paul Strelow (@PaulStrelowTI) May 15, 2015
Currently, redshirt sophomore Nick Stevens looks to lead the Rams’ quarterback battle over redshirt freshman Coleman Key as the team goes into summer. Bobo said he looks for both Stevens and Key to lead their teammates during offseason conditioning and practices as coaches are allowed only two hours per week to work with players.