Antwann Hill Jr., a class of 2025 quarterback, has officially committed to the University of Colorado over Florida, Penn State, and Alabama (via Hayes Fawcett of On3sports).
"First and foremost, their communication," Hill Jr. explained to Faucett. "They have always communicated with me since 12:00 a.m. on August 1st."
To summarize, I can sense they care about me and want me to take over the program when Shedeur retires," he stated. "So whenever coach Prime
said that, I knew he was being 100% honest with me and I knew I would be a fool not take this opportunity that coach Prime had provided me with."
The 6'5", 215-pound quarterback will suit up for the school he visited on Oct. 13 to witness the Buffaloes lose to Stanford by a score of 46-43.
Sanders, Colorado's current quarterback, has generated NFL Draft interest as a result of his strong first season in Boulder.
His 2,420 yards and 21 touchdowns passing rank first and second in the Pac-12, respectively.
Head coach Deion Sanders, on the other hand, has stated that his son will continue to play on Saturdays next season. This would allow Colorado to move directly from Sanders to Hill Jr. at center.
When making his ultimate selection, the Georgia native cited his tight relationship with the university's coaching staff.
"My closest coaches are coach Pollack, coach Box, coach Corey, and coach Lewis." "As I said, it's a lot of love being shown around in Colorado for me