October 25, 2010
Bibbs talks CSU visit, recruiting
While the Colorado State Rams have been struggling on the field, their recruitment has been strong, with Chicagoland running back Kapri Bibbs leading the way. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound Bibbs said he has run for 2,479 yards this season and 38 touchdowns.
More importantly, he said he is still in the boat as a Colorado State Rams commit.
"I am getting a lot more attention from colleges right now, but I don't pay it any mind," Bibbs said. "I am committed to CSU."
Two weeks ago Bibbs was in Fort Collins to watch the Rams take on UNLV and said he enjoyed his visit.
"My visit went real, real good," Bibbs said. "It was good to get out there and see the facilities. I was born in Colorado, I go down there too, so it wasn't a real surprise to me. It was beautiful. The coaches were the same as they were before and I just feel comfortable. I was with Bobby Borcky and we just kind of hung out. I was beating up on them in NCAA 2011. I saw the facilities, we got to see the reservoir. it was beautiful. I had a great time up there."
This fall Bibbs said he ran for nearly 2,500 yards, including 403 yards in one contest. He said his Plainfield North High School squad finished the year 7-2 with a pair of one-point overtime losses. Plainfield North will open the Illinois State Playoffs on Saturday.
"I felt a lot faster, stronger and it was a lot of work in the off-season. That made me feel like this year was going to be special."
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