The Rams are looking to shore up a defense that gave up over 30 points per game in 2012
Two more junior-college defensive lineman have given verbal commitments to Colorado State, according to Kelly Lyell of the Coloradoan.
Terry Jackson, a 6'1", 260-pounder and Martavius Foster, a 6'5", 260-pounder will join the Rams defense next season. Both are coming off freshman campaigns and will be eligible for three seasons in Fort Collins. Jackson played last season for Coffeyville Community College in Kansas while Foster attended East Mississippi Community College.
Colorado State finished just 4-8 last season, with a 3-5 record in the Mountain West Conference. The Rams were seventh (out of ten) in their conference with 20 sacks, averaging fewer than two per game. However, freshman linebacker Corey James picked up 7.5 of those, good for third in the conference. Jackson and Foster will join James - who also has three years of eligibility remaining - to shore up CSU's defensive front.
LaRyan King, another JUCO transfer, committed to the Rams on December 6.