Colorado EDGE player Deeve Harris Enters NCAA Transfer Portal - What's Next for the Buffaloes?

Colorado EDGE player Deeve Harris Enters NCAA Transfer Portal - What's Next for the Buffaloes?

The Colorado Buffaloes recently wrapped up their spring practice for the 2024 season, and a few players are now making their way to the NCAA Transfer Portal. EDGE player Deeve Harris has announced his decision to enter the transfer portal ahead of the upcoming summer window.

Harris, a graduate student, joined Colorado last year after playing two seasons at Old Dominion. During his time with the Monarchs, he made significant contributions on the field, tallying impressive stats in tackles, sacks, interceptions, and fumble recoveries.

While at Colorado, Harris saw action in 12 games but had limited playing time. His tenure as a Buffalo concludes with modest stats in tackles and tackles for loss.

Under the leadership of head coach Deion Sanders, Colorado has been actively involved in the transfer portal, both in terms of players exiting and entering the program. Notable transfers to the Buffaloes include quarterback Shedeur Sanders and versatile player Travis Hunter.

As of the 2024 cycle, Colorado boasts the second-ranked transfer class according to On3 College Football Team Transfer Portal Rankings. The program has seen a significant number of players transferring in and out, with the aim of balancing the roster to meet scholarship limitations.

Coach Sanders will need to carefully manage the roster to ensure the team maintains the maximum of 85 scholarship players. This often involves strategic player transfers to prevent exceeding the scholarship limit set by the NCAA.

The Spring Transfer Portal Window remains open for 15 days, providing athletes with an opportunity to explore new opportunities and find the best fit for their collegiate football careers.

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