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Unknown hero reps Wazzu at CU football camp

A high school player caught the eye of the coaching staff at Colorado's football camp...cause he was rocking a Coug hat.

During the summer months a lot of high school football players participate in camps, and passing league tournaments, often sponsored by Universities to help get their name out. One such player happened to play in the Buff's 7-on-7 tournament yesterday, and repped Wazzu on the conference foe's home turf.

Jim Leavitt is the Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers coach at Colorado. And it fires us up too, coach.

If this unknown athlete doesn't already have an offer, might be worth throwing one his way. Takes some balls to rep a squad like that in enemy territory, especially if you're a high school kid that isn't even on the team yet.

Washington State is hot on the recruiting front right now, and that's something we mostly expected to happen in this cycle coming off a 9-4 campaign and a win in the Sun Bowl over Miami, a nationally recognized program among all age groups.

This recruiting class is close; constantly talking to each other on social media, recruiting other players to join them and welcoming each new verbal to the family with open arms, many of whom they've never actually met. "Terrorize the Pac-12" and "Wazzu Gang" accompany every tweet, and the excitement is spreading. It's definitely a great time to be a Coug.

Sorry not sorry, CU. Go Cougs.