Colorado OL is adding weight

Tyler Polumbus is a player who has a lot of the skills you look for in a Division-I tackle.
The Englewood (Colo.) Cherry Hill prospect, despite being 6-foot-8, played last year at 240-pounds. That weight is a little undersized compared to most offensive lineman recruits, especially those standing 6-foot-8.
"I am up to 255 pounds now," Polumbus said. "I think I will be able to continue to add quality weight."
Polumbus has heard from lots of schools already in the recruiting process.
"There have been too many schools to list all of them," he said. "But Oregon, Stanford, Notre Dame, UCLA, Nebraska, Kansas State, Nebraska, Arizona, Colorado, Vanderbilt, Washington, and San Diego State are some of them."
His top four are Colorado, Arizona, Vanderbilt, and Washington, who have all offered.
Polumbus' father played at Colorado, and he says that is his favorite right now.
"I am not ready to commit yet. I want to wait a while longer. I don't know if I will wait and take some official visits, or commit sometime between now and then. When I am ready, I will make a commitment."