Another talented defensive back has decided to play football at Colorado.

On Monday, Titus Toler, a safety from St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, Calif., announced his commitment to the Buffaloes for the class of 2019.

Rated a three-star prospect by Rivals.com and 247Sports.com, Toler is considered one of the top 100 players in California for the 2019 class. He is listed at 6-feet and 185 pounds.

According to Rivals, Toler has 12 other offers, including from Arizona State, Boston College, California, Colorado State, Oregon State, UCLA Washington and Washington State. Several other schools have shown interest in him.

Toler took an official visit to CU in June and also went to Boulder in November for an unofficial visit.

CU now has 12 players verbally committed for 2019, including five defensive backs.

CU's 2019 commitments:

QB
Ty Evans, Palmer Ridge H.S.

RB
Joshia Davis, Valor Christian H.S.

WR
Braedin Huffman-Dixon, Mater Dei (Calif.) H.S.

OL
Austin Johnson, Highlands Ranch H.S.
Valentin Senn, Austria
Jake Wiley, Eaglecrest H.S.

OLB
Kamryn Farrar, Skyline (Tex.) H.S.

DB
Don Chapman, Lincoln (Calif.) H.S.
Jaylen Martin, Eleanor Roosevelt (Calif.) H.S.
Mark Perry, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) H.S.
Titus Toler, St. John Bosco (Calif.), H.S.
KJ Trujillo, Orange Lutheran (Calif.) H.S.

Contact staff writer Brian Howell at howellb@dailycamera.


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