The gem of the 2011 Colorado State recruiting class was recording setting running back Kapri Bibbs, but he failed to qualify academically so Bibbs will not be a Ram come this fall. Bibbs now intends to enroll this fall at Snow College in order to improve his grades, so that he can eventually make his way back to Colorado State.
Since Bibbs did not qualify due to a low ACT score, the NCAA requires that such athletes must earn an associates degree before they can attend a division one school. That means unless Bibbs earns his degree in one year instead of two he most likely will be a junior before he is able to play for Colorado State in 2013.
It is assumed that Bibbs will suit up and play football for Snow College, who is a perennial junior college power. There is reason for Colorado State to be concerned since Bibbs will be able to be recruited again.