National Signing Day is one week out and Daniel Nwosu remains patient with only one official visit…
Nwosu, sold on Napier
Washington, D.C. tight end and defensive end Daniel Nwosu of Dunbar is officially off the market. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Nwosu chose Colorado State over Ohio, New Mexico and Eastern Michigan following his visit to Fort Collins this past weekend. "I like how the campus is centered around the football program, the players were great, the people were just great. They are really into football there." Aside from the campus appeal, the biggest draw was the coaching staff. "I would say the biggest appeal was Coach Napier. He is great," said Nwosu. "I like his coaching background, their plan for the football program and how they plan to have me fit into the scheme." According to Nwosu, Colorado State is planning on utilizing his talents on both sides of the ball. "They are recruiting me as an athlete - a hybrid on offense and defense. So, a tight end and wide receiver that can move around a lot, and on defense, a hybrid defensive end and outside linebacker responsible for rushing the passer." Nwosu called the coaching staff just moments ago to inform them of his decision, an exciting moment for all. "I am so happy and so is my family," Nwosu said. For the latest in college football recruiting, keep it here on FOX Sports NEXT.
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