Colorado Football Recruiting 2013: Buffaloes Land Pair Of High School Teammates On Offensive Line

Colorado Buffaloes coach Jon Embree moved his 2013 recruiting class to seven players on Tuesday by inking a pair of high school teammates on the offensive line. Embree signed Jonathan Huckins and Sam Kronshage of The Woodlands in Texas. Each is rated as a three-star prospect by Scout.com.

Related: Colorado Football Recruiting: TE Mitch Parsons Commits To Buffaloes

Huckins is a 6-foot-4, 306 lbs. guard. He chose Colorado over an offer from the Iowa St. Cyclones. Kronshage is an offensive tackle measuring at 6-foot-5, 290 lbs. He had offers from Duke, Louisana Tech, SMU and Texas St.

The highest rated recruit in Embree's 2013 class remains tight end Mitchell Parsons, who Scout ranks as a four-star player.

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