Jan. 31, 2012
By Nick Frank
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – CSU Head Coach Jim McElwain will introduce his inaugural recruiting class Wednesday at 1 p.m. MST. For fans wanting to watch this exciting moment, CSURAMS.com is offering a free, live streaming of his press conference.
Fans can follow this link (http://cope.colostate.edu/moby_live) to watch McElwain speak in-depth about the players he signed that morning.
After he coached the Alabama Crimson Tide’s offense to a national championship victory on Jan. 9, 2012, McElwain flew to Colorado that same night with Athletic Director Jack Graham. Since his plane touched down, the new head coach has been out on the road recruiting, showcasing what a “great university” CSU is.
Tim Duffie, who acted as transition coach, oversaw recruiting while McElwain finished his tenure in Tuscaloosa, Ala., as offensive coordinator. McElwain has publicly stated that recruiting the state of Colorado will be a focus for his staff.
Assistant coach Billy Napier knows how to navigate the recruiting trail as he was the recruiting coordinator for Clemson from 2006-2008. In that span, Clemson’s recruiting classes were ranked in the top 25 twice by rivals.com, including No. 2 overall in 2008.
The new staff’s hard work will culminate on Wednesday when recruits sign their National Letters of Intent. On Wednesday, Fans can get up-to-the-minute updates from the official voice of Colorado State athletics, csurams.com, including the live streaming of McElwain’s press conference.
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