Deion Sanders And Colorado Lose Wide Receiver To Pac-12 Rival

Colorado coach Deion Sanders

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There has been no program in college football that has been busier than the Colorado Buffaloes.

Since Deion Sanders signed on to be the team’s new head coach, they have lost a ton of players to the transfer portal and also brought in a ton of new players.

The Buffaloes have had an astonishing 56 players enter the transfer portal following the end of their 2022 season.

To make up for all of the departures, Coach Prime has brought in 42 players from the transfer portal to put together the nation’s top transfer class of the 2023 offseason.

For the most part, the Buffaloes haven’t suffered losses that are going to make a huge impact on Sanders’ first season in charge as they have had replacements ready for many of these players.

However, one of their players that entered the portal in late April made a decision today that the Buffaloes and their fans likely won’t be too happy to hear.

Former Buffaloes wide receiver Tyson jordyn revealed on Twitter that he would be committing to play for Colorado’s Pac-12 rival, the Arizona State Sun Devils.

In 2022, the Arizona State Sun Devils headed into the season a bit thin at wide receiver after they saw a number of their players at the position leave in the transfer portal.

Now they have a new coach and a new quarterback that should make them a much more appealing destination for receivers.

Tyson is a solid addition for the Sun Devils after he had a strong finish to his freshman season for the Buffaloes.

He racked up 13 catches for 344 yards and a pair of touchdowns over the last 2 fans of the year, including a 5-115-1 performance against the Sun Devils.

He’ll get the chance to play against Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes on October 7th.

He will hope that he can make it a disappointing trip to Tempe for the Buffaloes.