The University of Colorado lands four-star quarterback recruit

University of Colorado

In March, 6-foot-5, 205-pound, four-star QB Tyler Lytle from Servite High School in Anaheim, California visited the University of Colorado, and on Tuesday, it appears the the Buffs go their guy.

With over two dozen schools in the running — including Colorado State, Cal, Arizona State, Hawaii, Miami( Fla.), Oregon State and Wisconsin — the Colorado Buffaloes could not be happier to land the nation’s 14th-ranked pocket passer, according to ESPN.

His message was: “I’d like to thank God, family, coaches, teachers and teammates for supporting me. I would not have this opportunity without you. I’d also like to thank everyone who has recruited me and believed in me throughout this process. With that said, I am committing to the University of Colorado.”

While CU would have loved to get the nation’s No. 1-ranked pocket passer, Valor’s own Dylan McCaffrey, this is a big get for coach Mike MacIntyre and the Buffs’ staff.