2014 CB Malik Cyphers has trips planned 

October, 31, 2012
After a knee injury cost cornerback Malik Cyphers (Westlake Village, Calif./Oaks Christian) most of his sophomore season, the dynamic athlete set his mind to preparing himself for a big junior year. With one regular season game remaining, everything is going smoothly for Cyphers, who has 28 tackles and three interceptions.

Cyphers earned his first scholarship after his freshman year, as SMU extended an offer. But with the injury, Cyphers said schools wanted to see how he responded once he got back onto the field. At this point, everything appears back on track for the junior, who took an unofficial visit to Georgia Tech earlier this season and will take his second unofficial visit of the season this weekend to Boise State.

"They came into the picture this past offseason and I've been talking to them ever since," Cyphers said of the Broncos. "I have some good friends there, in Chaz Anderson and Bryan Douglas, and I think this game is right right time for me to go see them. It's after our league championship game and it felt right to go see what it's like out there and how good of a fit it is."