Posted On: 12/26/20 4:47 PM

The University of Northern Colorado has yet to play this school year as the Big Sky Conference moved football to the spring due to COVID-19. Despite that, a big football name in football in the state is trying to leave his mark on the recruiting trail.

Ed McCaffrey, the former Denver Broncos wide receiver and head coach at Valor Christian High School, has been active in recruiting in his first season at Northern Colorado. He and his coaching staff have landed 17 players to sign with the school, including six from the state of Colorado. Here is a look at the six local prospects who signed with Northern Colorado so far.

Offense line gets boost from local prospects

It was no secret that Northern Colorado targeted local recruits to bolster the offensive line. Three big prospects from the state will make the trip to Greeley next fall.

Leading the group is Wilson ClarkWilsonClark6'5" | OLRalston Valley | 2021StateCO, the No. 7 ranked offensive line prospect in the state by Prep Redzone Colorado. The 6-foot-5, 295-pound senior from Ralston Valley originally gave a verbal commitment to the University of Idaho, a fellow Big Sky school, before the start of the 2020 fall season, but

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