Ross checks out Fresno State

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Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany receiver Devin Ross committed to Colorado at the end of the summer but took an official visit to Fresno State over the weekend.

Devin Ross is a talented two-way player who can play receiver or corner at the college level. His preference is receiver and that's where most schools are recruiting him.

"I liked it at Fresno State, I had a really good visit there," Ross said. "All the players were really cool with me and I liked the facilities as well. I got a chance to watch the team practice and they were fun to watch. They have a nice team and I think they're building a pretty solid program.

"They have a good coaching staff and I like the head coach, Tim DeRuyter, a lot. He's a real good guy, a cool coach and I actually heard he's one of the coaches rumored to be up for the Colorado job. Overall, it was a fun visit and I was very comfortable there. I'm definitely going to be considering Fresno State moving forward here."

Ross said he hasn't heard from anyone from Colorado and had no idea when a new coach will be named.

"I still consider myself a Colorado commit until a new coach is named but right now, I'm going to keep all my options open. My dad wants me to visit San Diego State this weekend so I'm going to try and get in contact with them about that. They offered me a while ago and I've heard good things about the school.

"I like Utah too and I'm going to try and set up that visit as well. I'm working on my highlight tape right now and I think a lot of schools will offer once they see it. I would love to hear from UCLA, I like them a lot and I'm also interested in hearing from Oregon State and California. My senior tape was good so hopefully it will help me pick up some more interest from a few more schools."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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