Nebraska came to the state of Colorado and stole two of the state's prospects, including the top overall prospect.
Highlands Ranch (Co.) Valor Christian corner Eric Lee and Colorado Springs Pine Creek safety Avery Anderson, both pledged to the Cornhuskers very early.
Aurora Regis Jesuit offensive lineman Tim Lynott moved up in the rankings, snagging the number two spot and earning a fourth star.
Colorado scored big securing Lynott's commitment but he is not the only local prospect to pledge to the Buffs. The state's number four prospect, Dillon Middlemiss, an offensive tackle from Arvada Pomona committed to CU as did one of the nation's top punters, Alex Kinney from Ft. Collins Rocky Mountain.
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