A trio of players from Mission Viejo (Calif.) was expected to take official visits to Colorado this coming weekend. That trio has been reduced to a duo and one of the players excited to check out Boulder is offensive lineman Matt Bahr.
Bahr, 6-4, 265 pounds is a talented line prospect with loads of upside. He had his coming out party at the SoCal NIKE Camp where he looked great in the position and one on one drills and was rated by the coaching staff as one of the top five OLs of the day in what was a loaded camp for lineman.
Bahr took his first official visit to San Diego State back in September and will be in Boulder this weekend.
"I like Colorado a lot and I'm very excited to get out there," Bahr said. "I've heard so many great things about Boulder and how nice it is. They just recently offered me and I think with Ryan Miller committing there, they may only take one more lineman for this class.
"I really don't know what to expect but I know I'll have a hard decision to make following the visit in regards to whether I should commit or not. My top school right now is Washington. My dad went there and I really like them a lot but they haven't offered me yet. It sounds like they're close and are watching my film right now so I should hear something soon from them.
"So it kind of creates a dilemma in that if I hold off committing to Colorado while I wait for Washington, someone could get that last spot and then Washington may end up not offering. I'm pretty comfortable with waiting to see what happens with UW though. I had a good time at San Diego State and I would be very comfortable going there.
"I'm also hearing quite a bit from Washington State and Arizona and both of those schools are reviewing my senior film right now as well. So I do have some good options no matter how things play out. We have a game Friday night and that's where my focus is right now and then me and Brian (Lockridge) will head out to Boulder early Saturday and should get there in time for their game with Kansas State, I'm really looking forward to it."