Previewing CSU football’s early signing class, looking at what’s hurting Rams hoops

Aiden Cullen. Credit: Cullen and gazette.com.
Aiden Cullen. Credit: Cullen and gazette.com.

On Wednesday, the Colorado State football team welcomes new signees during the early signing day; we take a look at the commits at this point.

Obviously, Mike Bobo and Co. going in on massive-name recruits in Keevan Bailey and Shilo Sanders, the sons of Champ and Deion, which would be huge signees. Unfortunately, both of them are expected to wait until February to sign, and both of them have many offers from power-5 programs, so we’ll have to wait and see on them.

One positive is the fact that Bailey has committed to CSU, although, players do switch. Note: It was reported that T.J. Storment flipped to CU. This was not the case, it was Austin Williams. We apologize for the error.

So, who will likely be signing tomorrow? Well, we break down the eight “hard commits” as listed by InsideTheRams.com, how they could impact the Rams and what they’ve done in their high school days. A full preview of those players, as well as some areas of opportunity for Colorado State’s football team, is the first half of the podcast.

Then, we transition into CSU basketball and their selfish play as of late. Head coach Niko Medved was fired-up after the loss on Sunday to South Dakota, and we bring you lots of quotes from Medved on what he’s seeing in terms of their selfishness.

Simply, offensively the Rams aren’t sharing the ball well enough. And defensively, they’re not giving enough effort, nor are they team-rebounding, which will have to change if the green and gold want to find more wins during Medved’s first season. Tune in for all those great quotes and more.

Finally, we look at some Next Level Rams.

Thanks for tuning into this, the 150th episode of the CSU RamsCast. And thank you to all the guests over the years: Ryan Krous, Mat Smith, Kyle McCall, Eddie Herz, Justin Michael, Taylor McGregor, Greg Smith, Antwan Scott, Prentiss Nixon, and more.

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