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Colorado State’s 2023 class is publicly up to 20 verbal commitments and currently sits atop the Mountain West rankings according to all of the major recruiting sites. Over the last couple of months the Rams have been able to rack up pledges from Hawaii to Virginia and many places in between, including right here in Colorado. Wide receiver Silas Evans,…...

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Colorado State’s latest verbal commit for the 2023 recruiting cycle is Damian Henderson.  An ESPN top 300 recruit (No. 260) and a four-star prospect according to the world wide leader, Henderson is a 6-foot-3, 185-pound athlete out of Los Alamitos, California. CSU originally offered Henderson back in January, shortly after Jay Norvell and Co. came over from the University of...

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FORT COLLINS — Colorado State continues to recruit the West Coast heavily and it’s paying major dividends for the program.  On Tuesday the Rams picked up a verbal commitment from Lavon Brown, a three-star wide receiver out of Sierra Canyon High School in Chatsworth, Calif.  According to 247Sports, in addition to CSU, Brown holds offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Oregon, Florida State,...

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DENVER — Colorado State Football picked up a late commitment for the 2022 recruiting cycle over the weekend.  Rex Haynes, a 6-foot-4, 195-pound wide receiver from San Diego, Calif., pledged his allegiance to the Green & Gold with a tweet on Monday afternoon. Haynes’ tweet came one day after CSU wide receivers coach Chad Savage posted about the WR room getting...

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FORT COLLINS — ‘Wide Receiver U’ is back. With the arrival of the Air Raid offense, the excitement from the fans has returned and so has the potential of producing elite pass-catchers all over the field.  During the tenures of Jim McElwain and Mike Bobo, Colorado State developed the nickname WRU for consistently developing elite wide receivers that ultimately went...

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