Video: Ty McCullouch chooses CSU over Boise State and California

Colorado State football signed two more wide receivers Wednesday afternoon, including Ty McCullouch, who chose the Rams over Mountain West-foe Boise State and the University of California. Head coach Mike Bobo also locked down Dante Wright, a 3-star athlete from Navarre High School in Florida. As of 2:00 p.m. MT, CSU has signed 15 players for its 2019 class.

Listed at 6’1”, 170 pounds, McCullouch is a 3-star prospect from Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley, Calif. During his senior season, McCullouch averaged 19.3 yards per reception and 95.0 yards per game. According to 247Sports, McCullouch held offers from four Mountain West schools.

Wright, a 5’10”, 165-pound wide receiver from Navarre HS in Navarre, Fla., has 12 Division 1 offers from a variety of programs around the country. During his high school career, Wright had 2,505 receiving yards and 59 total touchdowns.


PHOTO: Tony Villalobos-May