When Colorado announced Deion Sanders would be the school's next football coach, the move stunned college football. There were a ton of questions, most centered around how Colorado could afford to bring him in. But above all else, there was a persistent query running through the minds of most college football experts: can Sanders actually coach at the Power-5 level? Well, one thing is for certain, the man can recruit.
Since his arrival in Boulder, Sanders has sold a number of high-profile prospects on playing for him. After three seasons and a 27-6 record at Jackson State (including a 23-3 mark over the last two campaigns), Sanders has proven he can land talent. Several of his high-profile players from JSU have opted to join him in Colorado, boosting the Buffaloes' outlook.
Sanders' son, quarterback Shedeur Sanders, has come along, as has former five-star cornerback Travis Hunter. In all, seven Jackson State players have transferred to Colorado so far.