More players to keep an eye on following Jordan Seaton’s decision to commit to Colorado.

Colorado Buffaloes chasing high four-star target
By Megan Smith

The Colorado Buffaloes are making a strong push to flip a high four-star athlete from Chattanooga (Tenn.) Bradley Central, who is currently committed to Tennessee. This two-way standout has shown interest in the Buffaloes before, and the Colorado coaching staff is determined to keep trying until he signs elsewhere. With a strong connection to future Vols starting QB Nico Iamaleava from their 7on7 days, it seems like a tough task, but the Buffaloes are not backing down. This is definitely a recruitment to keep an eye on as the signing day approaches.

Four-star defensive end’s recruiting journey heating up
The recruiting journey of a four-star defensive end from Hoschton (Ga.) Mill Creek has been well-documented on social media. The athlete has emerged as a top target for finalists Colorado, Florida State, and Syracuse. While Florida State might be a long shot in this recruitment, the athlete will be visiting Syracuse this weekend, which has created an interesting dynamic, given that former Colorado position coach Nick Williams is now on the Syracuse staff. However, the Buffaloes are still in contention and will be closely monitoring the situation as signing day approaches.

Colorado making a late push for offensive lineman
The Colorado Buffaloes have made a late push for an offensive lineman from Pinson (Ala.) Clay-Chalkville, who is currently committed to Oregon. Following a recent visit to Colorado, the offensive lineman mentioned that Colorado’s need for O-linemen and his desire to play may be a big selling point for him. With the opportunity to find playing time sooner in Boulder than in Eugene, this recruitment is certainly worth keeping an eye on leading up to signing day.

Recruitment of four-star receiver remains open
The recruitment of a four-star receiver from Silsbee, Texas, has taken an unexpected turn. After decommitting from Texas A&M, many expected the receiver to flip to LSU, but the flip still has not happened. Instead, the receiver recently took a visit to Colorado and felt immediately comfortable with the situation there. With Texas A&M, LSU, Colorado, and USC in the mix, there is still much to be decided as signing day approaches.

Five-star receiver weighing his options
A 2025 five-star receiver who was committed to Colorado for nearly a year backed off his pledge in November. Concerns about the stability of the coaching staff in Boulder seemed to be a factor. However, with multiple coaching changes this offseason and no real traction with other schools, the receiver may be reconsidering his decision. Although schools like Ohio State, Texas, Florida State, Miami, Oklahoma, and others are now involved, Colorado will still be in the mix as the decision-making process continues.

Two others to watch
In addition to these high-profile recruits, the Colorado Buffaloes are also eyeing two potential transfers to bolster their offensive line. Southern Miss transfer Gerquan Scott and Michigan State transfer Kevin Wigenton have received offers from Colorado and could be giving the Buffaloes a closer look. With the need for offensive linemen and the potential to use the transfer portal, it’s likely that Colorado’s pursuit of offensive line talent will continue beyond the traditional signing day.

In conclusion, the Colorado Buffaloes are in the midst of a heated recruiting battle as signing day approaches. With several high-profile targets still on the board, there is much to be decided in the coming weeks. It will be interesting to see how the Buffaloes’ recruitment efforts unfold and whether they will be able to secure commitments from these elite prospects.