Colorado Football Recruit Ticker

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Colorado Football Recruit Ticker
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9:20 a.m. - Three-star offensive lineman prospect Daniel Munyer , from Sherman Oaks, California, has confirmed sending in his letter of intent…

9:10 a.m. - Two more offensive players have been confirmed, as tight end Henley Griffin, from Apopka, Florida, and running back/H-back/tight end/athlete Justin “J.T.” Torres , from La Mirada, California, are now CU Buffs…

9:00 a.m. - Offensive lineman Alex Lewis made it 10 known commitments in the first hour. Lewis will grey-shirt, as the 17-year old is 6′4″, but only 255 pounds, and will use the extra time to develop into his body…

8:55 a.m. – Chidera Uzo-Diribe is a three-star defensive line prospect from Corona, California. A September commit, Uzo-Diribe is now a Buff…

8:45 a.m. – Colorado may be picking up only two in-state players this year, but both of the known verbal commitments heading into Wednesday have stayed on, as tight end Kyle Slavin has indicated that he has sent in his letter of intent… 

8:35 a.m. - Kicker/punter Justin Cantor , from Arvada, Colorado, has sent in his letter of intent. The former Kansas commit is considered the 22nd-best kicker prospect in the nation…

8:25 a.m. – Colorado received a verbal commitment from Munchie Legaux in November. At the same time, his less heralded teammate, wide receiver Keenan Canty , also committed. Legaux is going to Cincinnati, but Canty is still coming to Boulder…

8:15 a.m. - The Buffs will not be adding much on the defensive side of the ball this recruiting cycle, but there will be a few defensive players, including linebacker Lowell Williams , from Missouri City, Texas, who has confirmed he will be a Buff…

810 a.m. - Colorado adds two running backs. It is being widely reported that both Trea Jones , from Wake Forest, North Carolina, and Tony Jones , from Ramsey, New Jersey, have sent it their letters of intent…

8:00 a.m. – While Colorado is not reporting on commitments, other schools are, and the Cincinnati Bearcat website is indicating that it has received a letter of intent from quarterback Munchie Legaux . The Louisiana quarterback was a long time Colorado verbal commitment, but did take official visits to Arizona and Cincinnati in recent weeks.

7:50 a.m .  - The cubuffs.com website has posted a notice that the Athletic Department will not be announcing the receipt of individual letters of intent, but rather will wait, and announce the class as a whole once all the letters have been processed. However, there are other avenues to determine whether a player has sent in their LOI, so we’ll try and post information about known commitments as soon as possible…

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