A three star quarterback will make his third trip to the University of Colorado in the next couple of months.
California signal caller Ian Fieber has made two trips already to Boulder, one to the Buff's Spring Game and one for their junior day.
It appears that Coach Mike MacIntyre and his coaching staff has made a lasting impression on the talented thrower.
"It was so nice there," Fieber told BuffPlayBook.com Saturday afternoon. "Being from California and a big city, I didn't realize how beautiful and nice Boulder was going to be."
Fieber, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound athlete from Mission Viejo, threw for over 2,800 yards, including 26 touchdowns against 11 interceptions.
While Fieber is holding no offers at the present time, it hasn't slowed the Colorado Coaching staff from showing a lot of interest in the California quarterback.
"They are coming to see me throw during my spring football in the next week or so," Fieber said. "I will be going to summer camp there, hopefully I will earn an offer."
Fieber is very impressed with the new Buff Coaching staff.
"The coaches are really friendly," Fieber said. "You can tell the program is headed in the right direction. I have a couple of friends that play at San Jose State, none of them have one bad word to say about this coaching staff."
Coach MacIntyre has also impressed the quarterback.
"Coach Mac and Coach Lindgren are the ones recruiting me," Fieber said. "You can tell he is a winner and that he has a plan to turn the Colorado program into a winner. I would love to play football there."
According to Fieber, the Buffs are definitely in his top three choices.
"They are one my top three," Fieber said. "I really can see myself playing at Colorado."
During the Buffs Junior Day Fieber got a chance to check out the academic programs offered at Colorado.
"You can tell that the coaching staff really stresses academics," Fieber said. "They want me to succeed on and off the field."
Stay tuned to BuffPlayBook.com for updates on Fieber's recruitment.