Colorado football recruiting:

Colorado football recruiting

Seaton has a chance to support the Buffaloes offensive line right away, which needs it after a difficult 2023 year. On Friday, Deion Sanders and Colorado’s five-star offensive lineman Jordan Seaton formally signed their National Letter of Intent. Although Seaton has been devoted to the Buffaloes since December 7, his failure to sign his NLI…

Seaton has a chance to support the Buffaloes offensive line right away, which needs it after a difficult 2023 year.

Colorado football recruiting:
Colorado football recruiting:

On Friday, Deion Sanders and Colorado’s five-star offensive lineman Jordan Seaton formally signed their National Letter of Intent. Although Seaton has been devoted to the Buffaloes since December 7, his failure to sign his NLI on Wednesday raised concerns among Colorado supporters. The two-day hold-up coincided with a purportedly belated effort by Maryland and other parties to reverse his pledge. When Seaton signed his NLI in a video that was shared on social media, Colorado supporters exhaled with relief. The Buffaloes officially announced it shortly afterward via a social media post of their own.

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Earlier this month, Colorado received a commitment from the top-ranked offensive lineman in the 2024 recruiting class. The Buffaloes are ranked No. 21 in the team recruiting rankings by 247Sports.

According to 247Sports, Seaton, who is listed at 6-foot-5 and 287 pounds, has an incredible 6-foot-10 wingspan and once hit 17.7 miles per hour on GPS monitoring during a game. Among other schools, Colorado was chosen by the No. 13 overall player in the 2024 recruiting cycle over Maryland, Tennessee, Ohio State, and Alabama. Andrew IvIns, director of scouting at 247Sports, thinks Seaton has NFL Draft potential on day one.

For a Colorado squad in dire need of offensive line reinforcements, Seaton is a game-changer. The Buffaloes finished worst in the country in terms of rushing offense and allowed up more sacks—56—than any other Power Five club. Alongside recent transfers Tyler Johnson (Houston), Yakiri Walker (UConn), Kahlil Benson (Indiana), and Justin Mayers (UTEP) on the offensive line, Seaton should be a candidate to start as a rookie for Colorado.

Andrew Ivins, director of scouting at 247Sports, believes Seaton has elite NFL potential.

One of the few offensive line talents available in the 2024 draft class with a legitimate shot at starting left tackle in the NFL. Based on his footage from his time as a 12th grader at IMG Academy, which has produced a number of well-known lineman over the years, he could be considered a possible multi-year starter for a College Football Playoff contender.

During his time at Colorado, Sanders has signed the highest-ranked talent out of high school, Seaton. He becomes the program’s second five-star recruit in as many weeks, behind cornerback Cormani McClain.

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