This fall, Champ Bailey���s son, Keevan Bailey (5-11, 175 pounds), will be a sophomore cornerback at Colorado State.

Keevan held 22 DI offers including Tennessee, Clemson, Louisville, Indiana, West Virginia and Syracuse, according to the CSU roster.

Last year as a freshman, Keevan was a rotational cornerback, but made his way to be a starter by the end of the season last year.

“He’s a very talented kid, has a great skill set, and as the season went on last year, you just saw things starting to click a little bit more,”

CSU cornerbacks coach Anthony Perkins said in an interview with Kelly Lyell of the Fort Collins Coloradoan.

Last year, he had a total of 19 tackles and one interception.

Champ Bailey earned a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame after earning 12 Pro Bowl nods, 52 interceptions in 15 seasons, and he spent 10 years with the Broncos.

Some fun facts about Keevan Bailey from the CSU football roster:

Had a career-high seven interceptions as a senior at Salem High School in 2018, along with a team-high 42 solo tackles among 68 total stops, and added three forced fumbles.

Caught a touchdown pass on offense.

Named Class 4A all-region by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Was invited to participate in the 2019 Elite Raw Talent All-American Bowl.

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