Report: Deion Sanders’ Colorado loses prominent defensive back ahead of 2024 college football season

Colorado Buffaloes’ secondary faced a setback with the loss of Myles Slusher who was expected to be in the running for a starting spot. Slusher, a former Arkansas transfer and four-star recruit from Oklahoma, is departing after just one season in Boulder once the window opens on 15 April.
During his brief tenure, Slusher battled injuries but still managed to leave his mark, particularly with a crucial game-sealing tackle against TCU in the season opener.
In his four appearances for the Buffs, he accumulated a sack, 17 tackles, and a solitary pass deflection.

Before joining Colorado, Slusher spent three seasons at Arkansas, where he showcased his talent with 93 tackles, two interceptions, and 2.5 sacks.
Slusher, who boasts 110 tackles, 3.
5 sacks, and a knack for takeaways (2 forced fumbles, 2 interceptions) in his overall collegiate career, was expected to be a key competitor for a starting spot. He was expected to play a crucial defensive role along with linebacker Jordan Domineck.
This opens the door for a shuffle within the Buffs’ defensive backfield.
With Shilo Sanders and Preston Hodge projected as starters and Omarion Cooper rumored to be moving from cornerback, the competition just got a lot more intense.
Cooper, a Florida State transfer, could see increased reps at safety alongside incoming Oklahoma State transfer D.
J. McKinney.

McKinney will be looking to make an immediate impact. Slusher is currently two years away from the opening of the transfer window.
the departure of Myles Slusher, the Buffaloes defense is in trouble. It depends on the attack. Slusher.

And key players Kyndrich Breedlove and Jahquez Robinson stepped into the transition zone, exacerbating the defensive issues.
a weak defense, the team needs to step in quickly with starting pitchers and Preston Hodge and Shiloh Sanders. I am looking for a solution. There is a possibility that Omarion Cooper will switch positions.
coordinator Robert Livingston is looking to build a defense for the Buffs in these difficult situations. But the offense, led by star Shedeur Sanders and wide receiver Travis Hunter, provided hope.

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