Keevan Bailey, the son of 12-time Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey, has committed to play college football at Colorado State.
Bailey announced his decision Monday:
247Sports rates the 6'1", 175-pound defensive back as a 3-star recruit and the 107th-ranked player at his position.
Prior to committing to Colorado State, Bailey—who played at Salem High School in Conyers, Georgia—was being recruited by the likes of Kentucky, Louisville, Tennessee and West Virginia.
Ultimately, he decided to head to the state his father spent a decade playing in; Champ Bailey played for the Denver Broncos from 2004 to 2013.
Keevan received his official offer from Colorado State in May:
Champ was teammates with Rams coach Mike Bobo at the University of Georgia two decades ago, according to the Denver Post's Joe Nguyen.
Based on his MaxPreps highlight reel, it appears the younger Bailey also has a nose for the football:
Bailey was named to the Georgia Class AAAA preseason all-state team by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in August.