OL Bailey goes into website after 1 season at Colorado

  • Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Personnel WriterMar 6, 2024, 05:37 PM ET


    • ESPN personnel writer
    • Joined ESPN in 2011
    • Finished from Central Michigan

Colorado offending lineman Jack Bailey has gotten in the transfer portal as a graduate transfer after just one season with the Buffs.Bailey transferred to Colorado prior to the 2022 season from Kent State and followed former head coach Sean Lewis and offending line coach Costs O’Boyle. Lewis and O’Boyle have actually since left Colorado

, with Lewis worked with as San Diego State’s brand-new head coach and O’Boyle training the offending line at Northwestern.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated Because Bailey is transferring as a graduate, he is able to go into the transfer portal beyond the transfer windows without penalty.He began all 12 games in 2023 for Colorado and also began all 12 at Kent State in 2022. Bailey is among 14 players moving from Colorado. The personnel made it an emphasis this offseason to revamp an offending line that quit the second-most sacks of any FBS team.Coach Deion Sanders and his coaches generated Houston offending lineman Tyler Johnson, FIU offending lineman Phillip Houston, UConn lineman Yakiri Walker, UTEP lineman Justin Mayers,

Indiana guard Kahlil Benson, and also signed first-class offensive tackle Jordan Seaton in the most recent recruiting class.Bailey will have one year of eligibility remaining and may have an opportunity to follow his old coaches at one of their new destinations for the 2024 season.

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