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.
— Tyler Lytle (@tylytle5) June 21, 2016
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.