If you’ve paid any attention to college football this season, you know that there’s not a bigger name or story going currently happening than what ‘Coach Prime’ is doing with the Colorado Buffaloes.
After getting rid of half the Colorado roster from a year ago and bringing in a ton of transfers and signing a number of blue-chip recruits, Coach Deion Sanders has led Colorado to a 2-0 start with wins over then ranked TCU and Nebraska.
Things will be even bigger this week as ESPN’s College GameDay will be in Boulder this Saturday for Colorado’s matchup against in-state rival Colorado State. It will be the first time that GameDay has been to Colorado since 1996.
Coach Prime is the talk of college football.
With all of this going on, it’s a pretty big deal that Sanders has his eye on a young talent from the City League.
On Sunday, Colorado extended an offer to Westinghouse 2026 athlete Kyshawn Robinson, who’s offer list continues to get bigger.
The 5’9″, 160-pound defensive back adds this offer to his previous ones from Pitt, Penn State, West Virginia, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Nebraska and Florida. Keep in mind, Robinson is only a sophomore.
“It was like a dream come true,” Robinson tells Pittsburgh Sports Now. “My goal was to receive an offer from Coach Prime when he first started coaching college ball and for it to actually happen feels unreal. It was just a regular conversation. We talked for a little bit about non-football things and then boom they offered. It’s unbelievable because I was literally watching Travis Hunter highlights right before the offer. It felt like it was planned. I also believe I’m the first kid they offered in Western Pennsylvania.”
In terms of his general recruiting, Robinson tells PSN that he’s in the process of setting up game day visits to Syracuse, Pitt, Maryland and Ohio State.