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Recruiting is an ongoing process. Neither do your inquiries. What about a mailbag? Don't be discouraged if we didn't get to your question!

Some of these will be addressed on "Stars Matter," our weekly recruiting podcast that can be found in the "Until Saturday" feed.

Your criticism of Colorado's recruiting is obviously not entirely disproven by the late commitments we've seen (and there may be more to come), but isn't Deion Sanders

pushing your "stars matter" doctrine as far as it can go for a non-top five program? Their commits have an average rating of Penn State or LSU. 

 The quantity is simply insufficient. Isn't it in line with "stars matter" for a program like CU to take fewer higher-impact recruits than build through the portal elsewhere? — Cole H. 

With your question, there's a lot to unpack, so let's start by complimenting Sanders. Colorado's 2024 recruiting class has ten verbal commitments, 

three of which are ranked in the top 100 nationally in the 247Sports Composite. Jordan Seaton, a five-star offensive tackle from Bradenton (Fla.) 

IMG Academy, committed to the Buffaloes last week after misleading the public by leaving Colorado off his final list.

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