Last weekend, the CSU football team lost one of their top rated prospects in three-star quarterback Tyler Shreve, who decided to rethink his commitment to the Rams and has now made a verbal to Utah.
Tuesday, GoldandGreenNews.com broke the news that the Rams remedied the situation by gaining a new pledge from Garrett Grayson.
Grayson, who stands at 6-foot-2-inches, 184 pounds, is a three-star dual-threat quarterback from Vancouver, Wash.
Ranked as the nationâ€™s No. 21 dual-threat signal caller in the class of 2010 by Rivals.com, Grayson passed for 2,800 yards and rushed for just shy of 1,000 during his senior season in 2009.
With the recent signing of four-star quarterback Pete Thomas, who is currently on campus at CSU, Grayson says the coaching staff will evaluate the performance of Thomas this spring to see whether or not the Washington native will join the Rams in August or decide to grayshirt.
Sports Editor Matt L. Stephens is a recruiting analyst for Gold and Green News of the Rivals.com Network. He can be reached at email@example.com.