College football recruiting: Top-8 uncommitted 2022 prospects from Colorado

Colorado football coach Karl Dorrell is still seeking his first in-state commitment for the Buffs’ upcoming 2022 signing class. Two high-profile local offensive linemen are on his radar.

The majority of the state’s top high school football talent has already made their college selections known with five months left until the early signing period. But here are eight in-state prospects still mulling over their football futures as of July 17.

Jake Maikkula

Offensive tackle, Valor Christian (6-5, 265)

3 stars / No. 6 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: Air Force, Arizona, Baylor, BYU, California, CU, Columbia, Connecticut, CSU, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, Iowa State, Kansas State, Liberty, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon State, Penn, Princeton, San Diego State, Stanford, Utah, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Yale.

Travis Gray

Offensive tackle, Cherokee Trail (6-6, 300)

3 stars / No. 8 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: Arizona, Arizona State, CU, Eastern Michigan, Kansas, Maryland, San Diego State

Jordan Norwood

Linebacker, Valor Christian (6-1, 200)

3 stars / No. 11 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: CSU, Liberty, Nevada, North Texas, Oregon State

Alec Falk

Offensive tackle, Palmer Ridge (6-5, 262)

3 stars / No. 13 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: Wyoming

Blake Haggerty

Wide receiver, Castle View (6-0, 185)

3 stars / No. 16 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: Colorado School of Mines, San Diego

Jackson Adams

Linebacker, Arapahoe (6-4, 227)

3 stars / No. 17 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: Northern Colorado

Jareb Ramos

Defensive lineman, Arapahoe (6-4, 265)

3 stars / No. 19 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: CSU, CSU-Pueblo, Idaho, Penn

Aaron Karas

Offensive lineman, Pomona (6-5, 310)

3 stars / No. 20 overall CO recruit*

Scholarship offers: Air Force

* Per 247Sports.com recruiting rankings

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