German-born offensive lineman commits to Colorado State

National Signing Day is just around the corner, and after signing 15 student-athletes during the early period, the rest of Colorado State’s 2019 signing class is beginning to take shape. On Tuesday, head coach Mike Bobo received a verbal commitment from Nouredin Nouili, an exchange student from Frankfurt, Germany, who played offensive guard at Norris High School in Firth, NE.

Listed at 6’4”, 280 pounds, Nouili took his official visit at CSU on Jan. 29, after previously visiting North Dakota State (Jan. 27) and South Dakota State (Jan. 26). According to 247Sports, Nouili had offers from all three of these programs, as well as Northern Iowa and South Dakota. Nouili also had a PWO offer from the University of Nebraska.

"I feel like I can help to make Colorado State a team people should be scared of," Nouili told the Omaha World-Herald.