A Buffs legacy is set to join the herd.

The Colorado Buffaloes made a late addition to their 2014 football recruiting class over the weekend. It was announced on Monday that Valor Christian senior offensive lineman Isaiah Holland signed a financial aid agreement to attend the university.

The 6-foot-4, 320-pound, in-state product was originally headed to play for Army, but Holland announced on his social media account on Monday that things had changed.

"Due to unforeseen circumstances in the admissions process, I was recently denied admission. While this was disappointing, God gave me another exciting opportunity for my future," Holland posted on Facebook.

Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre was pleased with the addition of the two-time state champion and Buffs legacy.

Holland's father, Darius, lettered four years as a defensive tackle for the Buffs from 1991-94 before playing 10 seasons in the NFL for five teams.

"This is like Christmas is May," MacIntyre said in a release from CU. "It's a great for us to sign another player from Colorado, we want them here and are glad that Isaiah turned to us when West Point was no longer an option for him. He's also a legacy recruit, you mention his father's name and everybody recalls what kind of player he was for the Buffaloes."

Isaiah Holland received All-Colorado honors from the Denver Post and Mile High Sports magazine after his senior campaign.

Holland joins Regis Jesuit's Terran Hasselbach, Monarch's Jay MacIntyre, Silver Creek's Isaac Miller and Cherokee Trail's Evan White as Colorado products in the Buffs' 2014 class.