Patrick Devenny says CU is after him harder than any other school. He receives handwritten letters from the staff weekly and now has the Buffs in the pole position. We get the latest on his recruitment."/>

Buffs Now Lead for California QB

Buffs Now Lead for California QB

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1290869">Patrick Devenny</a> says CU is after him harder than any other school. He receives handwritten letters from the staff weekly and now has the Buffs in the pole position. We get the latest on his recruitment.

Height: 6-3 1/2
Weight: 218
40 time: 4.83
Bench: 255
Squat: 420
Clean: 245
Vertical:'27.5
From: Granite Bay, California
High School: Granite Bay

"Colorado is my leader now since Arizona got William Tuitama," said Devenny. "Colorado has been recruiting me the hardest, by far. Coach Borbely sends me a letter every week and tells me to just keep working hard. I usually call him once a week."

Even though the Wildcats took Tuitama, Patrick will still attend their one-day camp this Saturday. He has already attended the Cal and Fresno State one-days, the Stanford Nike Combine, TheInsiders/MSL Berkeley Combine, a team camp at Nevada-Reno, and the USC skills camp. Besides the UA camp, his team will also attend another camp at a local University. His workouts with quarterbacks coach Roger Theder will also continue throughout the summer.

The rest of Devenny's top five are Colorado State, Cal, and UCLA. He is awaiting his first offer, but the Nevada-Reno coaches told his coaches that they were on the border of offering after he completed their camp.

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