Colorado picked up it’s second commitment from a three star linebacker in less than three days.
Monday morning California three star middle linebacker Zach Brown called the Colorado coaching staff with the good news.
“Their coaches really seem to know how to coach,” Brown told BuffPlayBook.com. “I camped with them on June 19th at one of their road camps. I was really impressed. They were very happy to receive the news this morning."
Brown, a 6-foot-3, 235 pound-middle linebacker plans on majoring in aerospace engineering, the fact that Colorado has one of the top programs in the nation played a major role in his decision.
“It was too good of an opportunity to pass up, especially from an academic standpoint,” Brown said. “Colorado has one of the best aerospace engineering programs in the country, that’s what I plan on studying.”
Brown hasn’t been on the Boulder campus yet, but plans to visit later this month. It hasn’t kept him from doing his research.
“I have been told how great the campus is,” Brown said. “How beautiful the area is, I can’t wait to take a visit later this month.”
Brown is currently rated a three star prospect by Scout.com and the No. 27th MLB in the nation. He has offers from Colorado, Colorado State, San Diego State and Army.