Sam Boyd
Sam Boyd (Examiner.com )

Riverside Community College wide receiver Sam Boyd told Buffzone today that he's not being actively recruited by the Colorado Buffaloes and he has no trips to Boulder planned in the near future.

The 6-foot-4, 235-pound wide out said the only attention he's received from the Buffaloes was an assistant coach attending one of his practices.

"Not that I know of," Boyd said when asked if he has an offer from Colorado.

The Corona, Calif., product landed at nearby Riverside CC after originally committing to San Jose State during Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre's time with the Spartans. Boyd will have two seasons of college ball left following a sophomore campaign where he caught 26 passes for 442 yards and four touchdowns in six games. He also claims a reported 40-yard dash time of 4.35 (Scout).

The three-star prospect was surprised by yesterday's ESPN article where he was listed as the most important target for Colorado's 2014 recruiting class, considering the lack of contact he has had with the Buffs. He was flattered nonetheless.

"With the news that Paul Richardson won't be back next year for the Buffaloes, Colorado would benefit from the addition of a big-bodied receiver capable of stepping immediately onto the field. Reeling in Boyd would also mean a big recruiting victory over conference foes Arizona State, Cal and Washington State," ESPN's Erik McKinney wrote.

Boyd, a 2011 high school graduate, took his first official visit to Indiana on Dec. 6 and enjoyed a basketball game at the Hoosiers' famed Assembly Hall. He said he doesn't currently have any other officials lined up.

"It was legit," Boyd said of his time in Bloomington, Ind.