Senior offensive tackle Colby Cyburt (Mission Viejo, Calif.) has become the 16th three-star commitment for the Pac-12 Bruins, multiple sources report. He made an official visit to campus over the weekend.
Mission Viejo, Calif., offensive lineman Colby Cyburt was set up for a crazy January, trying to squeeze in five visits over four weekends. Turns out, the lineman only needed to take one trip before making his decision.
about 1624 days ago | Greg Biggins | On The Trail: West Region
With just a few weeks to go before signing day, there is a lot going on and a lot of news coming out on some of the top prospects out west. Arik Armstead (Elk Grove, Calif./Pleasant Grove) gave some thought to committing at the U.
about 1626 days ago | Greg Biggins | Michigan Wolverines
Mission Viejo (Calif.) offensive lineman Colby Cyburt will take an unofficial visit this weekend and then is planning a monster month of official visits in January. On Friday morning, Cyburt said he was visited at school by new UCLA OL coach Adrian Klemm and will visit the Westwood campus on Saturday.
about 1652 days ago | Greg Biggins | On The Trail: West Region
Another big weekend for Cal For the third week in a row, Cal will be hosting a handful of very talented players from all over the country. Last weekend, the Bears brought in over 20 prospects and although this week won't be nearly as big, there are still some big-name players set to hit campus.
Mission Viejo, Calif., offensive lineman Colby Cyburt has been consistent in saying he doesn't want to set up any of his visits until after his season was over. Unfortunately for the lineman, that happened this past weekend and Cyburt said he will now go to work in lining up his five official visits.
about 1660 days ago | Greg Biggins | On The Trail: West Region
Will ASU or UCLA fill coaching vacancies? Washington State moved quick in naming former Texas Tech head coach Mike Leach its new coach, a move that will make things in the Pac-12 much more exciting, on and off the field.
about 1667 days ago | Greg Biggins | On The Trail: West Region
Some of the top talent in Southern California went head to head in the San Clemente-Mission Viejo game Friday night at Mission Viejo High School. San Clemente entered the game with a 8-0 record, but it looked like things would be over quickly, as Mission Viejo scored on their first two possessions to jump out to a 14-0 lead.