After a strong junior season, Steven Croell, quarterback at Broomfield High School, received his first collegiate offer last weekend from Colorado State University-Pueblo. Steven had 1,069 passing yards in 92 completions during his junior season, per The Denver Post.

Steve is an under the radar prospect who is starting to heat up with College coaches. This first offer is huge and no one is more deserving.” -CEO Tim Jenkins

The talented three sport athlete will have a imperative season this upcoming fall to prove to recruiters that he is ready for the big stage.

“Steven works his tail off with us at sessions and has been improving every single time. This is just the first of many and I expect him to start to pull multiple offers in when people see his film this fall!”

Croell will be looking to stand out his senior year, but also he will be determined to help his team redeem themselves, after the 2017 loss in the semi-finals to Pueblo South. The Broomfield Eagles were anticipating their eighth straight title game appearance, while Pueblo South was aiming for its first appearance. 

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