Poudre High School quarterback Cody Limmer on Saturday verbally committed to Colorado School of Mines to play football.
Limmer spoke with The Coloradoan on Saturday afternoon to confirm his decision, saying the offense was similar to the one he ran at Poudre while setting numerous school records as a senior, incluing most passing yards in a season (2,178) and touchdowns (23).
Limmer said he plans to major in petroleum engineering at Colorado School of Mines. He said he also received offers from Black Hills State and CSU-Pueblo.
He narrowed the choice down to education and the ability to see playing time in the future.
“They had me as their No. 1 guy,” Limmer said. “I’m probably going to redshirt, but I’m No. 1 for my recruiting class.”
Tyler Silvy covers high school sports for The Coloradoan. Reach him at TylerSilvy@coloradoan.com. Connect with him at Facebook.com/TylerSilvy or @TylerSilvy on Twitter.