Colorado has added to its wide receiver depth.
Kabion Ento, from East Central (Miss.) Community College, signed a letter of intent on Wednesday and will enroll at CU in January.
"Kabion is tall and rangy, and one of the things he does really well is that he can go up and catch the ball with people around him," CU head coach Mike MacIntyre said in a press release. "We're excited about having him join us this spring."
Ento, who is 6-foot-3, 175 pounds, played two seasons at ECCC and earned first-team South All-State honors this season. He caught 38 passes for 607 yards and eight touchdowns.
Ento had offers from six other schools and selected CU over Toledo.
Colorado had eight receivers on scholarship this past season and loses just one to graduation. That's a big one, though, as Nelson Spruce leaves as CU's all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.
Ento is the latest big receiver to be recruited by MacIntyre.
Last year, the Buffs signed 6-foot-3, 205-pound Justin Jan, who redshirted this past season.
CU also currently has verbal commitments from Johnny Huntley of South Plantation (Fla.) High School and Derrion Rakestraw of Sequoyah (Ga.) High School. Both are also 6-3 and both are expected to sign on national letter of intent day Feb. 3.
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