Over the past two seasons, one of, if not the most productive receiver in Colorado prep football has been Brandon Kaufman of Heritage High School in Littleton, Colorado. During that time the 6-4 195-pound receiver has caught nearly 100 balls while earning All-League and All-State honors. This week Kaufman is putting his game on display for Arizona State as he attends camp in Tempe. During the first day of camp Kaufman felt he did well during 7 on 7 drills. Kaufman was also happy with the 4.6 forty he ran on grass. Kaufman was invited to the ASU elite camp but could not attend due to a prior commitment. On Thursday, Kaufman will travel a little further south down the I-10 to take an unofficial visit to the University of Arizona.
Upon his return from Arizona, Kaufman will head up to Boise State for their camp. Boise State has yet to offer Kaufman but the Broncos have been in consistent contact and have expressed interest in the receiver. Along with the Arizona schools and Boise State, Oregon State, New Mexico and Wyoming have been keeping in contact with Kaufman.
Kaufman, a three sport athlete who scores thirteen points a game in basketball and is a very good jumper in track, was happy that he held his weight while competing in those sports. When asked about his game Kaufman said he has been working very hard with Heritage QB coach and former New Mexico State quarterback K.C. Enzminger. With Enzminger, Kaufman has worked on "running routes, getting in and out of breaks and lowering my hips."
Although still waiting, Kaufman's size, athleticism and productivity may garner a first offer soon.