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Lousiana athlete commits to Colorado

Former Missouri commit Ca'Ron Baham has given his pledge to the Buffaloes.

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The Colorado Buffaloes have landed their second commitment of the week with the pledge of Lousiana athlete Ca'Ron Baham last night.

Baham, an athlete from Marrero (La.) John Egret High School, committed Thursday night during an in-home visit. He had been committed to Missouri earlier in the recruiting cycle. He'll likely end up at cornerback for the Buffaloes after missing his senior season due to an ACL injury.

Baham is the thirteenth verbal in the 2016 class and the fourth on defense.

Welcome aboard, Ca'Ron!

Ca'Ron Baham
Akil Jones

Image courtesy of Buff Stampede

Position: Athlete
Measurables: 5-11/180 lbs.
40 Yard Dash: N/A
High School: John Ehret (Marrero, Lousiana) High School

Rivals: 3-star
247Sports: 3-star
Scout: 3-star
ESPN: 3-star, 76

Other Schools of Interest: Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Memphis, Missouri, Southern Miss, Troy, Tulane

Status: Verbal with Colorado

Notes: From Rivals: "It was just a great fit for me and my family. I wanted to come home from my visit and just go over everything with my family before I committed. I feel it is the best situation for me, both in football and academically."