The Colorado Buffaloes have hit the recruiting trail hard in 2017 as they search for the next generation of star players for the 2018 class.
An in-state product from Pomona High School, has given the Colorado Buffaloes his word and will follow in the footsteps of former high school teammate Jake Moretti, the top recruit in the 2017 class.
Colorado's jump from the Pac-12 basement to national prominence help the Buffaloes recruit the football-centric state that is Texas.
Now that the Colorado Buffaloes' class of 2017 is solidified, we can look at who may make an impact right away.
Signing Day 2017 was the most joyous day at Folsom Field since the Colorado Buffaloes took down the ranked Utah Utes on Nov. 26.
Allie Monroy and Jake Shapiro reacted to National Signing Day from Dal Ward Athletic Center. They reviewed the Colorado Buffaloes' class overall, talked about the highest impact guys for 2017 and more.
The Colorado Buffaloes have found themselves a sweet signing day surprise in a six-foot-five, 325-pound, three-star offensive guard.
With signing day fast approaching this week Colorado landed themselves yet another three-star commit.
Jonathan Van Diest was one of the first players of the 2017 class to commit to the Colorado Buffaloes and, with some of the other recruits wavering, he’s stayed true to his word for almost a year.
From Rocky Top to the Rocky Mountains, a class of 2018 three-star prospect from Chattanooga, TN, is coming to Colorado.
Colorado Buffaloes football head coach Mike MacIntyre and Colorado men's basketball head coach Tad Boyle have had an eventful offseason thus far, thanks to the NFL Draft, basketball recruiting's late signing period, and plenty of social media storylines, like Texas Tech graduate transfer David Webb and his commitment.