Denver Mullen linebacker Brady Daigh gains a second Mountain West offer…
Daigh Will Be Camping
Brady Daigh, the 6-foot-2, 230-pound three-star linebacker from Mullen High School in Denver, Colo., only has offers from Colorado State and Wyoming at this point, but says he'll participate in several camps this summer in hopes of getting more scholarships. "I'll go to a bunch of camps," Daigh said. "I'll be at Colorado State and Wyoming, but I'm also gonna go to Colorado , Kansas State and I'll try to make Arizona's." Daigh, ranked as the No. 27 middle linebacker in the country by Scout.com, now favors Colorado State and Kansas State solidly over Wyoming, Arizona and Utah. He's already attended junior days at both Colorado State and K-State. Colorado State was Daigh's first offer in March and he says they're still recruiting him the hardest. "I like the coaching staff a lot," he said about the Rams. "It seems like it'd be a good fit for my style of play. They run a pro-style offense and defense. "I like their facilities too," he said. "A lot of stuff there is new." Colorado State is only about one and half hours from Daigh's house, but he says that distance is not a factor. "I'll go play wherever," he said. Besides attending a the Kansas State Junior Day, he also attended the Wildcats spring game. "I liked it a lot," he said. "The coaches there are great. I got along well with all of them. "The team is looking pretty good," he said. "They told me that they want me to come to their camp and that they'll most likely offer after that." While the Kansas State Wildcats have already talked to him about a possible scholarship, Daigh admits the Arizona Wildcats haven't broached the subject yet. "They just started recruiting me not too long ago," he said. "I talked to one of their coaches a few days ago," he said. "I can't remember his name, but it sounds like a good place. They have a good program and it's supposed to be in a nice area." Daigh says he doesn't plan on making a decision until during his senior season. "It'll probably be sometime mid-season," he said. "I want to weigh all my options." So what exactly is Daigh looking for in a college? "I want to go play football, but still get a good education and my degree. "I want a program that is competitive and that has good facilities," he said. Daigh finished his junior season with around 100 tackles, three sacks and one fumble recovered. "I love to hit and I'm a real downhill player," he said. "I fill holes well and I'm very physical. I'm very diverse and do a lot of different things well." He says he can bench 260-pounds, squat 340 and has a 26-inch vertical jump. "I want to get stronger and faster," he said. "I'd like to move better and be more powerful. That would really help me at the next level." Daigh plans to major in business and reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 25 ACT.
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