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Bar Milo is a talented 2015 prospect, but he's not the only top recruit at his high school, a fact that pays off when some programs are considering offers.
The 6-foot-6, 305-pound four-star offensive lineman from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade recently picked up two offers - Boise State and Colorado - because coaches from those schools were recruiting 2014 standouts and they just happened to like him as well.
"They've just randomly called me up and told me about the offers," Milo said. "One of the reasons Boise State probably offered is because Brad (Kaaya) is really considering them regardless that he's strong with Miami.
"I'll put them into consideration that my quarterback might go there. My views on Boise would change if he went there. I'd want to be with my quarterback. We have such great chemistry and when you really like a quarterback you really work harder for him. We'll see what he does."
Colorado has two commits at West Hills Chaminade and is taking a look at Brayden Lenius as well. When the coaches were in the school they noticed Milo and another teammate and offers came soon after that meeting.
"Colorado first called me and talked about it," Milo said. "It was me and my buddy Chris Bounds. That was his first scholarship with many to come. He told me that our coach told him that we both got offers from Colorado.
"The Colorado coach mostly came to talk with Brayden Lenius and we just happened to roll by and he got to say hi to us. We had seen him before that since we have two commits at our school going there."
So far, Milo has been offered by Arizona State, Boise State, California, Colorado, Miami, Nebraska, San Diego State, Washington and Washington State. Michigan State has shown some early interest in the 2015 recruit as well.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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