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Which TXHSFB players is Deion Sanders targeting in Colorado?

Class of 2023

QB Shedeur Sanders (6’1, 200) – Jackson State transfer

The former DCTF Hot 100 member is considered a new starter at CU. Sanders has thrown for over 6,600 yards in the last two seasons at Jackson State.

DB Jaden Milliner-Jones – DeSoto

Coach Prime quickly moved onto the standout from DeSoto, who is a jack of all trades in the secondary school. Milliner-Jones is very physical and plays the game with a chip on his shoulder.

DB Carter Stoutmire – Plano Prestonwood

The one-off Arizona engagement has been on the radar of Power private school in Plano for some time. Former Texas Tech standout Verone McKinley Sr. trained him and is getting him ready to go.

Class of 2024

Colorado has always been aggressive with offers in Texas, but here’s a look at some of the athletes who have specifically received new offers or reported being re-offered by Sanders-led staff.

  • ATH Aeryn Hampton (5’10, 175) – Daingerfield
  • DB Ashton Williams (6’0, 185) – Byron Nelson
  • WR Drelon Miller (6’2, 200) – Silsbee
  • WR Micah Hudson (6’0, 185) – Lake Belton

LB Davhon Keys (6’0, 215) – Aledo

Looking at this list, it’s obvious that CU will recruit the best linebackers in the Lone Star State. Keys is a very versatile defender with offensive experience. His athleticism is outstanding and he would fit into any defense.

  • LB Brandon Booker (6’1, 205) – DeSoto
  • QB Marcos Davila (6’3, 215) – Midland Legacy
  • LB/DE Zhaiylen Scott (6’2, 215) – Cedar Hill
  • LB Justin Williams (6’2, 205) – Conroe Oak Ridge
  • OT Ellis Davis (6’7, 260) – Thrive
  • S Aaron Flowers (6’0, 185) – Forney

RB Caden Durham (5’10, 185) – Duncanville

CU will have their work cut out to land the 6A State Title Game MVP, but Durham is the kind of prospect who could come in and give any offense an instant boost. His top speed of 4.3 40 yards is outstanding.

  • LB Brandon Jones (6’1, 190) – South Oak Cliff
  • DB Corian Gipson (6’0, 170) – Lancaster
  • OL Daniel Cruz (6’4, 295) – Richland

Class of 2025

Colorado assistant coach Tim Brewster has a long history recruiting for TXHSFB, and he has already found some talent in the Houston area that he would like to coach personally.

  • TE Ty Rupe (6’5, 220) – Grand Oaks
  • TE Mason Peterson (6’3, 195) – Dickinson
  • TE Jeremiah Scoby (6’3, 190) – Dickinson
  • WR JaCorey Watson (5’10, 175) – Shadow Creek
  • LB Kelvion Riggins (6’0, 200) – South Oak Cliff

class 2026

Dominic Saidu-Robinson (5’11, 160) – Dallas First Baptist

The son of DFW-based WR coach David Robinson has attracted a lot of interest in recent months. Colorado is one of many schools to make him an offer, having also attracted the attention of Arizona State, Boston College, Ole Miss, UTSA and UIW.

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