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Buffs land in-state defensive end Terran Hasselbach

Hasselbach becomes the third local recruit to sign with the Buffaloes in the 2014 class.

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The Colorado Buffaloes added to their 2014 recruiting class with the addition of local product Terran Hasselbach of Regis Jesuit in Aurora, Colorado on Friday night. Initially committed to Western Michigan, the defensive end switched his pledge to the Buffs when a spot opened up due to DE Zach Brown deciding to look elsewhere for family reasons.

Hasslebach overcame a serious car accident that sidelined him for two years and a season-ending injury to fight his way back and become the 2013 Mile High Sports Colorado Comeback Player of the Year. He becomes becomes the twentieth commitment (two have already enrolled) and fifth defensive end (if he stays there) in the Buffaloes 2014 class.

Welcome aboard, Terran!

Terran Hasselbach

Image courtesy of Buff Stampede

Position: Athlete/Defensive end
Measurables: 6-2/230 lbs.
40 Yard Dash: N/A
High School: Regis Jesuit (Aurora, CO) H.S.  

Rivals: 2-star, 5.4
- 247Sports: No profile
Scout: 2-star
ESPN: No rating

Other Schools of Interest: Western Michigan, Florida International, Eastern Washington, New Mexico State, Montana

Status: Verbal to Colorado

Notes: From Rivals ($): "Resilient and hard working, the Aurora (Colo.) Regis Jesuit rush end rehabbed the injury and established himself as one of the Centennial State's most dominant prep players last fall. He racked up 78 tackles, 11 sacks, 35 quarterback hurries and three caused fumbles while helping the Raiders to nine wins."