Deion Sanders and his coaching staff have been lauded for the off-season additions they made to their roster as they prepare to enter the Big 12.
Along with the addition of top-ranked offensive lineman commit Jordan Seaton, the Buffaloes have bolstered the offensive line with talented players who will help Shedeur Sanders stay safer in the pocket next season.
"Sanders was sacked an absurd 52 times this past season, so it's interesting the outlet writes he 'has(s) a ways to go," Denver Sports
Jake Shapiro said of the offensive line additions. "One could argue the offensive line had a long way to go, which is why it got completely rebuilt
Shapiro said before mentioning Shedeur's ranking. Shedeur's father, head coach Deion Sanders, dominated the transfer portal and landed the country's top high school offensive tackle.
For the time being, these are respectable places for Hunter and Sanders to stay. But, if Colorado makes the kind of noise they want to make in 2024, both players will be looking to crack the top-10 next season."
Colorado had a promising start to the season, winning their first three games and captivating the nation. However, they struggled in the games following
their initial winning streak, with many of the issues centered on the offensive line's protection of Shedeur Sanders.On the December 15th edition of his podcast