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Both Boise State and Colorado refilled their rosters on Wednesday, and now look ahead to the 2013-2014 season.
The Boise State Broncos brought in a full recruiting class on Wednesday, highlighted by running back Aaron Baltazar, rated by ESPN as a four-star recruit.
The biggest (and only) surprise for the Broncos came with the signing of three-star wide receiver A.J. Richardson, who had not previously committed. The result: a large, solid class ready to take the blue turf next season. For more on Boise State's recruiting class, visit One Bronco Nation Under God.
The Colorado Buffaloes also reloaded their roster with a near-full recruiting class. Most importantly, the Buffaloes signed their future quarterback on Wednesday -- Sefo Liufau, ranked as the 19th-best quarterback prospect in the country by ESPN. He is the only four-star recruit in Colorado's 2013 class. For more in-depth analysis on the team's Signing Day, visit SB Nation's Colorado Buffaloes blog, The Ralphie Report.