Heritage lineman Frank Umu commits to Colorado State for football

(Pam Wagner)

Heritage's Frank Umu (77) has committed to play football at Colorado State. (Pam Wagner)

Heritage lineman Frank Umu has committed to Colorado State, according Matt McChesney on Twitter.

Umu, a 6-foot-5, 267-pound senior, had 65 total tackles last season. He also forced a fumble, recovered another and blocked a field goal last season. Umu played on the offensive line, as well.

McChesney, owner of Six Zero Strength & Fitness in Centennial, trains Umu — among many other Colorado athletes. He posted the news Wednesday afternoon:

The commitment was later confirmed by confirmed by GoldandGreenNews.com, which reported that the Rams hadn't settled on a position for Umu yet.

Umu also had offers from Eastern Washington and Weber State, according to Rivals.com.

The Rams offered Umu last Thursday. At the time, he told GoldandGreenNews.com that "it was such a great feeling."

Umu is the tenth player from the Class of 2015 to commit, and third to pledge to CSU. He follows Rocky Mountain offensive lineman Salofi Gaoa and Bear Creek athlete Olabisi Johnson in joining the Rams' recruiting class.

Heritage congratulated Umu late Wednesday on Instagram: