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MaxPreps is your source for National Signing Day information this season, nationwide and in Colorado.
The activity and suspense from the day has just about wrapped up and Colorado can lay claim to 17 recruits who signed National Letters of Intent. There is also one more who is still committed but has not signed.
Visit our Colorado National Signing Day
page to see the names, rankings and high schools of all the Colorado players who signed or did not sign Wednesday. You can sort by division as well, breaking things down to even smaller levels.
Here are some fun facts from what went down on National Signing Day in Colorado:
- Seventeen players signed NLI's, and Elijah Brockman of Eaglecrest is committed to the Air Force Academy, which does not accept NLI's on National Signing Day.
- Who did better in-state, Colorado State or Colorado? In terms of quantity, it's a tie at four each. In terms of quality, the Buffaloes get the edge by virtue of landing four-star lineman Jake Moretti of Pomona. Each had three three-star recruits.
- Colorado's neighbor to the north, Wyoming, nabbed a pair of players in lineman Keegan Cryder of Dakota Ridge and linebacker Esaias Gandy of Denver South.
- Valor Christian led the way with three kids signing on with college programs. Four-star quarterback Dylan McCaffrey was the biggest name, heading to Michigan, but there was also lineman Noah Elliss heading to Mississippi State and Christian Elliss signing with Idaho.
- A pair of three-star Mullen teammates are Fort Collins-bound, signing with Colorado State. Defensive back Christian Cumber and running back Marcus McElroy Jr. each signed with the Rams and will be staying close to home.
- The Denver area dominated. No schools in the western two thirds of the state were signed, and Colorado Springs only had one signee. Canon City and Strasburg each had a player sign, as did Windsor in the Fort Collins area.