In need of some depth on the defensive side of the football, Colorado will add JUCO cornerback transfer Delrick Abrams, but not for another year. The Louisiana native announced his commitment to the Buffaloes on Twitter with an announcement video attached on Friday.
Abrams chose Colorado over offers from a handful of FBS programs, but the decision was believed to be down to either Colorado or Oklahoma State. Other programs that extended offers included Arizona State, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Memphis, Southern Mississippi, UCLA, and West Virginia.
In 2016 at Independence Community College in Kansas, Abrams recorded 30 tackles and picked off three passes. According to Colorado Daily, Abrams will play one more season for the JUCO program before transferring to Colorado, where he will have three years to use two seasons of remaining eligibility.