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Colorado State football recruiting: Rams land three-star QB Ryan Glover

Coach Mike Bobo reaches back to his Georgia roots to land 3 star, dual-threat QB Ryan Glover for the Rams 2017 recruiting class

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Ryan Glover, a three-star dual-threat quarterback from Woodward Academy in Atlanta, Georgia, committed to the Colorado State Rams today. He seems to be the prized recruit of the Colorado State 2017 recruiting class at this point, according to Matt Stephens of the Coloradoan.

Ryan posted the following on twitter about committing to Colorado State.

"I'd like to begin by thanking by Lord and Savior for blessing me with this opportunity and bestowing such great people in my life. I'd like to thank my family, friends and any coach that has helped me get to this point," Glover posted on his Twitter account.

"I'd also like to thank every collegiate coach who has trusted in my ability enough to offer a scholarship. This has been a long yet fun journey and I would like to announce my commitment to The Colorado State University."

As a junior at Woodward, Glover completed 62% of his passes for 2740 yards, 26 touchdown, and 5 interceptions. He also ran the ball 109 times for 392 yards and six touchdowns.

Glover stands 6 feet, 2 inches and weighs 190 pounds. He is ranked the 37th best dual-threat quarterback in the nation according to 247Sports. Glover’s other offers include Appalachian State, Georgia State, Mercer, Ohio, and South Alabama.

Glover becomes the fifth publicly known recruit in the Rams 2017 class. He joins TE Griffin Hammer, OL Sincere David, OL Scott Brooks, and LB Connor Kaminski.