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Colorado adds another big body to the OL room

6’6 and 320 is a big boy

NCAA Football: Colorado Spring Game Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Coach Prime, Deion Sanders (you’re welcome SEO gods), is a walking contradiction as a head coach. While it seems to be all about the camera and he is certainly new-school in his recruiting pitch, he also does stuff that is unquestionably from another era. Making the players earn numbers in the spring, dress code for the weight room and practice, all of this hearkens back to when he starred in Florida State in the 90s. Another one of these bygone practices was a post-graduate camp, with actual offers on the line. Graduate transfers and junior college graduates from across the country flocked to Boulder to camp in front of the staff, and some of those players walked away with offers. Jeremiah McCrimmon is one of those players:

McCrimmon walked onto Mississippi State as a freshman in 2021 before transferring to Coahoma Community College in 2022. While at CCC, he grew three more inches and added about 30 more pounds to stand at 6’6, 310. With those measurables, he looks to be a tackle prospect.

Welcome, Jeremiah!