The Colorado Buffaloes are moving up in the recruiting class rankings with National Signing Day just one week away. With the addition of two four-star recruits, Kenneth Crawley and Yuri Wright, the Buffs picked up its first two recruits at that rating level for this class (quarterback Shane Dillon was a four-star prospect when he gave a verbal to the Buffs, but he has moved down to a three-star rating). And Rivals has moved the Buffs up to the No. 33 recruiting class this year.
According to Rivals, the Buffs' average recruit is a 2.88 star player. That is tied with the No. 36 Cincinnati Bearcats for third-lowest rating out of the top 50 recruiting classes.
The Buffs will look to improve upon its 3-10 record in Jon Embree's first year at the helm. The next step is to have these recruits sign and send in their national letters of intent on Feb. 1.
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