Colorado LB taking trips

Inside linebacker Brady Daigh of Denver Mullen has offers from Colorado State and Wyoming but other schools are definitely showing quite a bit of interest.
"Kansas State, Wyoming, CSU, CU and San Diego State are the schools that I've been talking to the most lately," Daigh, who is 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds, said. "I just talked to San Diego State. They called last week, and I feel like they could be on the verge of an offer."
Daigh has remained busy the past few weeks attending both a junior day at Colorado State and Kansas State's spring game.
"I went to Colorado State' spring game and Junior day," Daigh said. "The facilities there were really nice. They just got a new indoor facility, and I liked the coaches there. I also liked how they run things there. I was able to watch their spring game and the way they run practice. It is a lot like how we run things at Mullen, and I could see myself stepping right in there."
"When I was at K-State for their spring game, I also had a chance to see their campus and stuff like that. Coach (Ricky) Rahne showed me around, and then I was able to meet their linebackers coach.
"I didn't get meet coach Snyder, but I definitely liked the atmosphere there."
Wyoming is another school that has caught his attention, especially since one of his assistants, Zach Morris, used to play for the Cowboys.
"They just say stick with Wyoming because they got great coaches, and if you stick with them you'll learn a whole lot," Daigh said.
Daigh said he's going to camp this summer at Colorado, Colorado State, Arizona State and attend one-day camps at Kansas State and Wyoming.
Daigh said most coaches really love his hard-hitting ability.
"I'm a really hard-nosed player that plays down hill," he said. "North to south, and I really enjoy hitting hard."