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Colorado State Football Recruiting Update

The CSU Rams have had a big week recruiting, both figuratively and literally.

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The Colorado State Rams had a big week recruiting. They gained four commitments from 2 receivers, a safety, and a lineman.

E.J. Scott

E.J. Scott was the first commit of the week. Scott is a 6 foot, 3 inch, 185 pound safety from McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Georgia. The playmaker will bring added physicality to the Rams secondary. Scott also had offers from SEC schools Mississippi State and Vanderbilt.

Demarre Kitt

Demarre Kitt was the second commit of the week. A 6 foot, 1 inch 185 pound receiver will come to the Rams from Highland Community College. If the name sounds familiar to some, Kitt was a 4-star recruit out of high school and played 1 year at Clemson, where he appeared in 9 games and had 5 catches for 47 yards. Kitt bounced around a couple other JUCOs before he ended up at Highland. At the time of commitment, Kitt’s stats this season consist of 7 games, 30 catches for 489 yards, and 4 touchdowns. Kitt is a known playmaker that should team up well with current Rams receiver Michael Gallup to cause defensive coordinators to stay awake at night trying to stop them.

Kalem Reddix

If the thought of Gallup and Kitt on the field didn’t give D-Coordinators fits, then adding Kalem Reddix sure will. Reddix is a 6 foot, 1 inch 200 pound receiver from St. Martin High School in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. The nations 4th leading receiver, Reddix has played in 10 games, made 76 catches for 1535 yards and 19 touchdowns. The Rams just keep adding playmakers to the team and Reddix is one of them. Having Gallup, Kitt, and Reddix on the field should allow for the Rams to open the playbook to their heart’s content.

Luis Lebron

Luis Lebron is the literal monster of the Rams week. The offensive lineman from Sandalwood High School in Jacksonville, Florida stands 6 foot, 5 inches and weighs 355 pounds. He is able to just have his way with defenders on film and that will need to translate to next level for him. Only playing football for 3 years, he is extremely raw. Getting into a stringent strength and conditioning, as well as nutrition program should only help Lebron grow as a player. He is also a teammate of Rams commit Sincere David.

Coach Bobo isn’t only looking towards the future, he is looking towards now and the future. He wants players who can help now and sustain that for however long they are at Colorado State and these 4 commits can do that. The Colorado State Rams at this time have the #74 ranked recruiting class nationally and the #1 ranked class in the Mountain West, according to 247 Sports.