Israel Antwine

School: Millwood (Okla.) H.S.

Position: DL

Height/weight: 6-3, 290

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Was committed to Oklahoma State until flipping to CU on Tuesday. ... Helped his team go 28-0 with two Class 2A state titles the last two years. ... Played offensive and defensive line at Millwood. ... The Oklahoman rated him as the fourth-best player in the state. ... Had 12 non-CU Power 5 offers, the most of any player in the Buffs' class.

Quote: "He is physical, has a quick twitch and length. He can play all positions up front, but we will play him at DE." — CU DL coach Jim Jeffcoat

Daniel Arias

School: Henry M. Jackson (Wash.) H.S.

Position: WR

Height/weight: 6-3, 190

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Earned first-team all-state, all-area and all-Wesco honors at receiver and all-Wesco as a defensive back. ... Had 980 receiving yards as a senior and 1,030 as a junior. ... Ran track and posted a time of 11.21 seconds in the 100-meter dash. ... Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and moved to the U.S. at the age of 6. ... Had 14 total scholarship offers, including four from Power 5 schools.


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Quote: "He is one of the fastest players in the state of Washington. His upside is tremendous and I am excited to work with his speed, length and athleticism." — CU co-offensive coordinator/WRs coach Darrin Chiaverini

Jarek Broussard

School: Bishop Lynch (Texas) H.S.

Position: RB

Height/weight: 5-9, 175

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Named the TAPPS District 1 MVP in his junior and senior seasons. ... This year, ran for 745 yards and 10 touchdowns on 63 carries, while also catching 22 passes for 360 yards and three touchdowns. ... Also played defense and returned kicks. ... As a junior had 875 rushing yards and 781 receiving yards, with 22 total touchdowns. ... Also competed in track and field.

Quote: "He is going to be a real dynamic player for us. He is special with the ball in his hand, can play all over the field, but will primarily be a running back for us." — CU RB coach Darian Hagan

Frank Fillip

School: Clear Lake (Texas) H.S.

Position: OL

Height/weight: 6-7, 275

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Earned first-team all-district honors as a senior and second-team all-district as a junior. ... As a senior, allowed just one sack and had 40 knockdown blocks. ... He took an official visit to Notre Dame last weekend, but ultimately elected to sign with CU. ... Had 15 total offers, including from Oregon State, UCLA and Washington.

Quote: "His ability to play physical and also be athletic enough to protect the QB is key." — CU co-offensive coordinator/OL coach Klayton Adams

Tava Finau

School: Luther Burbank (Calif.) H.S.

Position: DL

Height/weight: 6-3, 254

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Earned first-team All-Metro honors as a senior. ... Posted 43 tackles, five sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery this season. ... Also ran track (13.30 in 100-meter dash) and threw the shot put and discus. ... Received 12 total scholarship offers and took an official visit to Washington State last month.

Quote: "He is very athletic and is going to be a big DE for us. He will be an excellent pass rusher." — Jeffcoat

Joshka Gustav

School: Aquinas (Calif.) H.S.

Position: LB

Height/weight: 6-2, 220

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Played tight end and defensive end/outside linebacker in helping his team go 14-1 as a senior. ... On defense this year, he had 78 tackles and four sacks. On offense, he caught 24 passes for 545 yards and 11 touchdowns. ... In his junior year, he caught 50 passes for 978 yards and 15 touchdowns. ... Competed in track and field, throwing the shot put. ... Grew up in Hamburg, Germany. Moved to the U.S. to play high school before his sophomore year.

Quote: "He is long, fast and physical. His upside is really big. He played multiple positions in high school." — CU defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot

Josh Jynes

School: DeSoto (Texas) H.S.

Position: OL

Height/weight: 6-2, 310

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Has played guard and center. ... 247Sports.com has him rated as a top-30 center. ... ESPN ranked him No. 88 nationally among guard prospects in this class. ... Was selected to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Dallas on Jan. 22. ... As a junior, he did not allow a sack and was credited with 28 pancake blocks.

Quote: "He comes from an unbelievable program and really caught our eye when he started 16 games as a junior on the state championship team." — Adams

Clyde Moore

School: Corona Del Mar (Calif.) H.S.

Position: LB

Height/weight: 6-0, 225

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Played just three games as a senior because of an injury, but had 23 tackles and a sack in those three games. ... In his junior year, he had 67 tackles, 11 for loss and 3.5 sacks. ... Played his first two seasons at Mater Dei (Calif.) High School. ... His father lettered four years as a linebacker at USC in the 1980s, and his brother, Grant, is currently a linebacker for the Trojans.

Quote: "Clyde is very physical, smart and is hungry because he missed his senior year with an injury." — CU LB coach Ross Els

Ray Robinson

School: Highlands Ranch H.S.

Position: DB

Height/weight: 6-1, 205

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Rated by 247Sports.com as the No. 6 overall prospect from Colorado in the 2018 class. ... Missed his entire senior season with a torn ACL. ... He will graduate high school early and enroll at CU in January. ... Earned All-Colorado honors from Six Zero Strength/Mile High Sports in 2015 and 2016. ... As a junior, he had 43 tackles, seven pass breakups and one interception. ... Competed in sprints on the track team, posting a 10.86-second time in the 100-meter dash.

Quote: "He is unbelievably athletic, is a guy that is big and fast. He will help our secondary at multiple positions." — CU secondary coach ShaDon Brown

Deion Smith

School: Second Baptist (Texas) H.S.

Position: RB

Height/weight: 6-0, 180

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Rated as the No. 24 all-purpose back in the country by Rivals.com. ... Played just five games as a senior because of a knee injury. In those games, he had 783 yards and six touchdowns on 81 carries. ... In his junior year, he rushed for 1,223 yards and 19 touchdowns on 122 carries, while also catching 22 passes for 494 yards and five scores. ... In track, placed first in his district and second in the state with a 10.64-second 100-meter dash. ... Also played some baseball in high school. ... Had 10 non-CU Power 5 offers, second only to Antwine in CU's class.

Quote: "He is special with the ball in his hand and a complete running back and that is why (other) schools didn't back off of him." — Hagan

Dimitri Stanley

School: Cherry Creek H.S.

Position: WR

Height/weight: 5-11, 165

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Rated as the No. 3 overall prospect in the state for the 2018 class by 247Sports.com. Rivals.com had him No. 4 in the state. ... Named to the Denver Post All-Colorado team. ... During his career at Cherry Creek, he caught 183 passes for 2,588 yards and 36 touchdowns. ... This year, he had 81 catches for 1,192 yards and 20 touchdowns. ... Could also play defensive back and was recruited by some schools for that position. ... Also plays basketball and ran track. ... His father, Walter, lettered at CU in 1980 and 1981, posting 451 rushing yards and 490 receiving yards. ... Took a late visit to Washington last weekend, and had nine Power 5 offers.

Quote: "He is one of the best all-around athletes in the country. He is a CU legacy recruit, which I know means a lot to his family and it does to me too." — Chiaverini

Blake Stenstrom

School: Valor Christian H.S.

Position: QB

Height/weight: 6-3, 205

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Rated as the top quarterback and No. 4 overall player in the state by 247Sports.com. ... Rated four stars by ESPN. ... Selected to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl. ... Earned first-team all-state and all-conference honors. ... In his career at Valor, he completed 65.1 percent of his passes for 1,494 yards, 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions and ran for 637 yards and five TDs on 96 carries. ... His father, Steve, still holds the Stanford records for single-season (3,627) and career (10,911) passing yards, as well as other records. He went on to play in the NFL for the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers. ... His mother, Lori, was an NCAA champion swimmer and member of the U.S. National Team.

Quote: "He is as polished of a QB coming out of high school as I've seen in the last four years. He has a bright future at CU." — Chiaverini

Dylan Thomas

School: Cathedral (Calif.) H.S.

Position: WR

Height/weight: 6-0, 185

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Transferred to Cathedral for his senior year and had 700 yards and eight touchdowns. ... Played his junior year at San Jose High School (800 yards, 10 TDs) and his first two years at North Torrance High School. ... Rated four stars by ESPN. ... His cousin, Darreus Rogers, played receiver at USC from 2013-16. ... He had offers from five Pac-12 schools: CU, Arizona State, California, Utah and Washington State.

Quote: "He is a long athlete with excellent ball skills. He is a very polished route runner who had multiple Pac-12 offers." — Chiaverini

L.J. Wallace

School: Buhach Colony (Calif.) H.S.

Position: DB

Height/weight: 6-1, 190

Star ratings: 3 — 247Sports.com and Rivals.com

Notable: Earned first-team Central California Conference honors in his junior and senior years. ... Posted 60 tackles, one sack, one interception and one forced fumble as a senior. ... Also had 322 yards in total offense (231 receiving, 91 rushing) and four total touchdowns and returned a kickoff for a TD. ... Ran track as a sprinter and jumper. ... Had eight total offers, including from Cal and Oregon State.

Quote: "He has the hips of a corner and the size of a safety. He will be an impact player for us this fall." — Brown