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Football notes: Two CU Buffs to graduate, forego senior year

Four Colorado players get invitations to NFL Combine

Colorado cornerback Trey Udoffia, left, played in nine games, with seven starts last season.
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Colorado cornerback Trey Udoffia, left, played in nine games, with seven starts last season.

A pair of Colorado football players have elected to graduate in May and not play their final seasons with the Buffaloes.

CU confirmed Saturday that defensive back Trey Udoffia and offensive lineman Hunter Vaughn are no longer with the team.

Udoffia, from Loomis, Calif., played cornerback during his first three years at CU before switching to safety last year. He played in 27 games during his career, including 10 starts at corner in 2017 and 2018. This past season, he played in seven games, all on special teams.

Vaughn, from Legend High School in Parker, played in all 36 games over the past three years, primarily on special teams. He also played 10 snaps on offense, four against New Hampshire in 2018 and six against Washington State this past season.

Combine invites

Four CU football players have received invitations to the NFL Combine: quarterback Steven Montez, receivers Laviska Shenault and Tony Brown and outside linebacker Davion Taylor.

The combine will be held Feb. 23-March 2 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.


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