Colorado rallies on hiring trail, captures 5-star OL

  • Blake Baumgartner, ESPN Staff WriterDec 7, 2023, 12:14 PM ET

Deion Sanders and Colorado have been hemorrhaging players on the recruiting front since late.On Thursday, the commitment of luxury offensive tackle Jordan Seaton gave Sanders and the rest of the Buffaloes a reason to smile. Seaton (No. 19 overall in the 2024 ESPN 300), an IMG Academy (Florida) player and the leading offensive take on in the cycle, was the highest-ranked uncommitted possibility in the 2024 ESPN 300. He jumped from 91st to 19th in ESPN’s latest player rankings, which dropped in October.He also thought about Alabama, Ohio State, Florida, Oregon, Tennessee and Maryland.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated He becomes the

highest-ranked offensive deal with ever to dedicate to Colorado, and he would be the second luxury possibility in as many years to sign with Sanders’program in Boulder after cornerback Cormani McClain(No. 14 general)in a class that ended up 23rd in ESPN’s 2023 rankings.Seaton is the 4th ESPN 300 promise in Colorado’s 2024 class, signing up with professional athletes Aaron Butler(No. 70 overall)and Kamron Mikell(No. 143 total) and protective end Brandon Davis-Swain (No. 230 overall). The addition of Seaton offers Sanders and his personnel a much-needed increase with the early signing period looming Dec. 20. Wide receiver Winston Watkins, Jr.( No. 87 overall in 2025 ESPN 300, and quarterbacks Danny O’Neil(2024 )and Antwann

Hill, Jr.(No. 46 overall in 2025 ESPN 300 )have actually all decommitted from the Buffaloes given that early November.After getting off to a 3-0 start and becoming the talk of the sport in September, Colorado (4-8, 1-8 Pac-12) lost 8 of its last 9 games.Led by quarterback Shedeur Sanders, Deion’s son, the Buffaloes ‘offense completed 80th in the FBS and ninth in the Pac-12 with 363.6 total backyards per game, while

their offense ended up 59th in the country at 28.2 points a game( eighth in the Pac-12).

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