It’s no secret that Karl Dorrell and the Colorado Buffaloes are looking to add some bodies to the offensive line. The transfer portal has been kind to the Buffs at many other positions, yielding top talent like LB Jack Lamb, LB Robert Barnes, and QB JT Shrout. These are all from Power 5 programs, and the latest addition is now exception.
Noah Fenske, transferring out from Iowa, comes to add reinforcements to the offensive line. The 6’5, 300 pound sophomore was listed as the backup center for the Iowa Hawkeyes, but it appears he can step outside and play guard as well. He will have 4 years of eligibility remaining, thanks to the extra eligibility added due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fenske chose Iowa over the local Dakota schools out of high schools, so it appeared he was in line for the classic “Midwestern OL” Iowa glow-up. Now, he gets to step into a friendlier depth chart with the Buffs.