Colorado coach Deion Sanders had a great weekend. His team added a pair of four-star recruits to his 2024 class who were on campus in Boulder this weekend.

Receiver Zycarl Lewis, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound Tampa, Fla., native and the nation’s No. 51 receiver, committed to the Buffs on Sunday night. Less than 24 hours earlier, 6-foot-4, 240-pound defensive lineman Brandon Davis-Swain, a native of West Bloomfield, Mich., and the nation’s No. 24 defensive lineman, also pledged to Colorado.

Colorado’s 2024 recruiting class is now ranked No. 31 overall by 247Sports Composite with seven commitments. Before this weekend, the Buffaloes had just two four-star commits in the class: Calabasas, Calif., athlete Aaron Butler and defensive lineman Omar White from Valdosta, Ga.