The Colorado football program has received signed national letters of intent from five members of its 2014 recruiting class as of 8 a.m. today (MDT).

Jay MacIntyre, the son of head coach Mike MacIntyre, attended his signing ceremony at Monarch High School wearing CU attire. Raising expectations that he would sign to play for his father.

Local talent Isaac Miller, an offensive lineman from Silver Creek High School, was the first player to commit to CU in this class and his signed paperwork arrived early today.

Another local prospect, Terran Hasselbach, only recently committed to the Buffs. He is the son of former Denver Broncos defensive lineman Harold Hasselbach. Terran Hasselbach is expected to play the same position for the Buffs.

Linebacker Grant Watanabe from San Antonio, Texas, defensive tackle Eddy Lopez from El Paso, Texas, and defensive end Christian Shaver from Sandy, Utah, also have taken the final step to join the program today.

We'll be updating the story as players continue to sign with CU throughout the day. Mike MacIntyre is expected to discuss the class at a 3 p.m. press conference at the Coors Events Center.

Contact staff writer Kyle Ringo at ringok@dailycamera.com or twitter.com/kyleringo.