At the end of the high school football season, many players' recruitment really begins to pick up or get off the ground. Colton Nash, a defensive end out of Sulphur Springs, Texas, has already received plenty of recruiting interest and as his senior year winds down, things have remained status quo.
"I really haven't heard from anyone," Nash said of new interest. "I have been talking to a couple of the Texas coaches, but we were just talking about maybe going to a game. I don't hink anything is going to come out of it scholarship wise."
Nash already was being heavily recruited by Colorado and took a visit up to the campus in October. That visit left a good impression on the big defensive end and the Buffalos still remain high on his list.
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"I like how the coaches treat the team like a family," he said. "They seem like they love being around everybody…Baylor is probably my second school. I really want to play in the Big 12 but Colorado State looks good."
With Baylor and Colorado State both high on Nash's list along with Colorado, the 6-foot-6 prospect is considering taking a visit to each of his other top programs.
"I am probably going to go to Baylor and Colorado State after football season is over for me," he said. "I like Colorado State because I hear they have a good coaching staff. Baylor's coaches are really cool. I just want to go to both of those places and see if I can fit in and go help contribute to an up-and-comer."
Nash is targeting a commitment date after his season has been completed.