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Mill Creek (Wash.) Jackson wide receiver Daniel Arias is arguably Colorado's top wide receiver target left on the Buffs' 2018 recruiting board.
Colorado had a prospect camp on Thursday, and several recruits from Washington-based 7v7 program Team FSP were in Boulder, including Arias.
Arias enjoyed his time in Boulder.
"The visit was great," Arias told CUSportsNation.com. "I had an amazing time, and I did a lot of things - toured the campus, competed at their camp, and got to spend a lot of time with the wide receivers coach [Darrin Chiaverini]. I got to watch film with him among other things."
The 6-foot-4, 190-pound three-star recruit enjoyed working out for Chiaverini at the camp.
"I really like him," Arias said. "He's high intensity and demands a lot out of his guys, but I know that's for the better."
The Colorado coaching staff was telling Arias how they can already see him as a part of the team, per Arias. But with Arias' recruitment taking off this summer, it's far from a sure thing that he'll commit to the Buffs.
Arias is visiting USC on Sunday and has other new schools that have recently expressed interest in him.
He doesn't have a plan on when he'll make a commitment.
"No idea," Arias said. "That will be a more a spur of the moment thing when I feel it's right."