Former TCU WR Cordale Russell gives commitment to Colorado

During the previous season, Deion Sanders, the head coach of Colorado, hired Terrell Owens, a wide receiver who is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame,

 to coach Travis Hunter. In light of the fact that Cordale Russell, also known as "Baby T.O.," transferred to the Buffs on Sunday, Coach Prime had better make sure that Owens is on speed dial.

Russell arrives in Colorado by way of TCU, and he is a perfect example of the nickname that he has earned. The freshman Russell brings a lot of size to the wide receiver position,

 as he is listed as having a height of 6-foot-4 and a weight of 210 pounds. When I watch the film that he made in high school, there are two things that immediately jump out at me. To begin,

, Russell makes effective use of his size when it comes to jump ball situations. In addition to being able to come down with catches over smaller defensive backs, he is also capable of high-pointing the ball.

 In the second place, Russell ought to be a yards-after-catch monster for CU, particularly in the bubble screen game.

Although Russell was only a student at TCU for one season, he was a four-star athlete in the class of 2022. As a result, fans of the Buffs should expect to see a lot of this big wide receiver in the upcoming seasons.

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