Staying Home

Staying Home

2015 Regis-Jesuit offensive lineman opts to stay close to home.

While camping at Boulder Tim Lynott made official what many people had speculated as the nationally recruited 2015 Regis lineman committed to the Buffaloes.

Lynott, who holds more than an dozen offers from programs across the nation is a big get. Lynott choosing Colorado is a good sign for the Buffaloes, who have, over the past few years, struggled to keep top Colorado talent in state, especially along the offensive line.

Regarding Tim's decision  Lynott's father stated, "Tim is a Colorado boy at heart and decided he did not want to leave home."

A right tackle for his Regis-Jesuit squad, the 6-4 295 pounder will most likely play guard for the Buffs.  A rugged run blocker, Lynott has good feet and the ability to reach defenders at the second level.  Along with, Jack Maly and Conor Shea, Lynott anchors a Regis line that is potentially the best in the state of Colorado. Recommended Stories

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