Colorado lands SoCal lineman

We talked to Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive lineman Devin Head on Sunday after his visit to Colorado and he said he would likely be making his college choice sometime this week. That became a few minutes ago as the talented lineman is a Buffalo.
"Coach Borberly just came to our school and I told him I was coming," Head said. "Colorado is a great place and I really fell in love with it on my trip. It's a great campus and I like the coaches and players there. I was planning to take a few more trips but after seeing Colorado, I knew that's where I wanted to be.
"I came home and talked things over with my family and we all agreed that I should jump on the offer from them. I knew Colorado was coming by the school today so I told my parents that I would commit to them when they got here and that's just what I've done. I'm excited and feel Colorado is a great fit for me."
Head, 6-3, 260 pounds is a talented lineman who could play center, guard or tackle in college. He had a visit set for Cal for this coming weekend and was also offered by Colorado State but will not be taking any more trips and is a solid commitment for the Buffs.