Cherry Creek's Dimitri Stanley has found a football home for his post-high school career.
The Bruins' athletic receiver made an exclusive announcement on 9News that he will become a member of Darrin Chiaverini's Black Out Boys at the University of Colorado.
He later took to Twitter to announce the move to anyone who did not watch his commitment as it aired.
After much prayer and discussion, I am pleased to announce that I will be continuing my football career and furthering my education at... pic.twitter.com/R5HAAfHNW5
— Dimitri Stanley (@Dimitri_114) July 16, 2017
This is the third in-state recruit from the class of 2018 to commit to the Buffs. Highlands Ranch safety Ray Robinson committed back in October and Valor Christian quarterback Blake Stenstrom chose the Buffs in December.
Stanley is a three-sport athlete at Cherry Creek, but his talents on the football field are hard to ignore.
Injuries plagued the Bruins at quarterback in 2016, but of the 1,975 passing yard amassed, Stanley was on the receiving end of 970 of them.
He also hauled in 13 touchdown catches.
Stanley's father, Walter, also played for CU in the early 1980's.
According to his Scout.com recruiting profile, Stanley fielded offers from 13 Division I schools, including Colorado State, Arizona State, Nebraska and Utah.
Scout.com also lists him as the No. 1-ranked athlete in the state of Colorado.
Cherry Creek opens the 2017 season on Sept. 1 when it hosts Regis Jesuit.