Deion Sanders Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Deion Sanders losing Colorado players in a mass exodus has been well documented of late, where some of these players have been landing hasn’t really been covered much unless it’s a top name like  Jordyn Tyson.

Tyson, who was one of the top wide receivers coming out of high school, announced his commitment via social media to Arizona State.

Tyson had 470 yards and four touchdowns as a freshman. He caught fire late in the season, registering 344 yards and two touchdowns in his final three games before he was injured.

This is a huge get for the Sun Devils and a huge loss for Sanders and the Buffaloes.

It has to be a slap in the face to Sanders to see one of his top receivers not only leave the program, but he left for another Pac-12 program instead of going outside the conference.

Yet despite players leaving left and right, Sanders still insists that he knows what he is doing and that rebuilding his roster from the ground up is the right thing to do.

Sanders also has received a vote of confidence from his AD too which should give him a boost as well, but it still might be a hard upcoming season for Sanders in his first year as Colorado’s head coach.

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About Stacey Mickles

Stacey is a 1995 graduate of the University of Alabama who has previously worked for other publications such as Sportskeeda and Saturday Down South.