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July 05, 2022 Morning Edition: Colorado Football News Roundup

This is your Colorado Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of July 05, 2022.


Colorado Buffaloes 2021 Recruiting Class

Name High School Position Height Weight Stars Rating Hometown
Erik Olsen Heritage TE 6’5″ 230.0 3 0.8850 Littleton, CO
Tyas Martin Jacksonville DT 6’3″ 318.0 3 0.8654 Jacksonville, AR
TJ Patu La Habra OLB 6’4″ 210.0 3 0.8607 La Habra, CA
Chase Penry Cherry Creek WR 6’1″ 185.0 3 0.8592 Englewood, CO
Drew Carter Tigard DUAL 6’3″ 195.0 3 0.8544 Portland, OR
Trevor Woods Taylor S 6’1″ 190.0 3 0.8538 Katy, TX
Zephaniah Maea Liberty ILB 6’1″ 230.0 3 0.8464 Henderson, NV
Ty Robinson Eaglecrest ATH 6’4″ 190.0 3 0.8456 Aurora, CO
Kaylin Moore Oaks Christian ATH 6’0″ 180.0 3 0.8410 Westlake Village, CA
Edgar Amaya Russellville OG 6’4″ 315.0 3 0.8410 Russellville, AL
Jackson Anderson Mineola OG 6’4″ 290.0 3 0.8390 Mineola, TX
Zion Magalei Chandler OLB 6’3″ 220.0 3 0.8389 Chandler, AZ
Allan Baugh St. Thomas Aquinas SDE 6’3″ 253.0 3 0.8344 Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tyrin Taylor William Amos Hough S 6’2″ 175.0 3 0.8335 Cornelius, NC
Nikko Reed Moreau Catholic ATH 5’10” 160.0 3 0.8194 Hayward, CA
Ryan Williams Shadow Creek DT 6’5″ 260.0 3 0.8173 Pearland, TX
Cole Becker Rocklin K 6’3″ 215.0 3 0.8089 Rocklin, CA
Ashton Logan Orange Lutheran P 6’2″ 185.0 2 0.7965 Orange, CA


Colorado Buffaloes 2022 Recruiting Class

Name High School Position Height Weight Stars Rating Hometown
Dylan Dixson Pearland S 6’2″ 190 3 0.8743 Pearland, TX
Aubrey Smith Buford LB 6’2″ 220 3 0.8759 Buford, GA
Anthony Hankerson St. Thomas Aquinas RB 5’9″ 190 3 0.8737 Boynton Beach, FL
Owen McCown Rusk QB 6’1″ 175 3 0.8670 Rusk, TX
Eoghan Kerry Mater Dei LB 6’3″ 225 3 0.8652 Santa Ana, CA
Shakaun Bowser Casteel LB 6’4″ 225 3 0.8641 QUEEN CREEK, AZ
Jordyn Tyson Allen WR 6’0″ 170 3 0.8601 Allen, TX
Grant Page Fairview ATH 6’3″ 190 3 0.8630 Boulder, CO
Victor Venn Buford RB 5’9″ 175 3 0.8630 Buford, GA
Jason Oliver Liberty CB 6’0″ 170 3 0.8619 Bakersfield, CA
Joshua Wiggins Klein Oak CB 6’1″ 170 3 0.8585 Spring, TX
Zach Courtney Post TE 6’6″ 240 3 0.8567 Post, TX
Kaden Ludwick Clackamas LB 6’5″ 240 3 0.8556 Clackamas, OR
Carter Edwards Presbyterian Christian School OT 6’4″ 285 3 0.8556 Hattiesburg, MS
Simeon Harris Benicia CB 6’0″ 170 3 0.8548 Benicia, CA
Aaron Austin North Crowley DL 6’2″ 240 3 0.8533 Fort Worth, TX
Keyshon Mills Little Elm CB 6’0″ 190 3 0.8511 Little Elm, TX
Travis Gray Cherokee Trail OT 6’6″ 300 3 0.8500 Aurora, CO
Van Wells C.E. King IOL 6’2″ 290 3 0.8500 Houston, TX
Chase Sowell Atascocita WR 6’2″ 185 3 0.8489 Humble, TX
Xavier Smith Langston Hughes S 6’2″ 190 3 0.8470 Fairburn, GA
Oakie Salave’a Tafuna ATH 6’2″ 185 3 0.8348 Pago Pago, AS


Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“This puts the Big 12 at 14 teams, but maybe they will expand to 16, 18 or 20? Assuming that the Big Ten also doesn’t pillage the largest members of the Big 12 (Kansas certainly fits geographically), the Big 12 is in a fun position to the be the “best of the rest” conference. There are three different scenarios that I see as the most likely for CU – remaining in whatever the new-look Pac-12 is, moving to the Big 12 and somehow moonshotting their way into the Big Ten. This move would put CU in a conference that is absolutely a half-step down from the Big Ten and the SEC, but still provides good competition and some nice revenue. HOWEVER, if the Big Ten tries to beef up even more and gets to 24 teams, this is where CU comes into play.”

Above is the summary of: The Pac-12 is dead. Where does CU call home?… tap or click to check out the full article.

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