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Marco Jones and his coach kicked out of the CU Buffs football facility

Marco Jones was invited To Boulder 4 the USC game, and he loved it. a true-blue chipper and the son of a @CUBuffsFootball treated like a scrub. LB, son of an Alum, had an unreal game experience, it was all gravy, until they kicked @MarcoJones2025 out of the recruit area after the game and said they didn’t know who he was. Marco explained who was, they said he wasn’t on the list and was asked to leave. Marco and his coach were kicked out of the facility and didn’t care that they traveled from Ca.

There are a couple things not lining up about this issue… thought recruits wore a badge or pass so security, fans, staff members etc. could identify them; also, it seems like this matter could’ve been handled differently than coming on the internet to expose a mistake security.

Justin B.@Hollywood_H2O

#2 Shedeur Sanders

  • Played two seasons at Jackson State, establishing himself as one of the best players in college football.
  • He helped JSU to a 23-3 record as the starting quarterback, including a perfect 16-0 mark in SWAC games.  
  • Jackson State won two SWAC championships, the school’s first since 2007, and first two appearances in the Celebration Bowl, known as the HBCU National Championship game. 
  • Holds Jackson State records for season passing touchdowns (40), and completions (344), and is second for passing yards (3,752; record 3,808). 
  • In two years as the starting quarterback, he completed 616-of-901 passes for 6,983 yards and 70 touchdowns with just 14 interceptions, while adding 157 yards and nine rushing touchdowns.  
  • Sophomore season he was 344-of-488 passing for 3,752 yards and 40 touchdowns and six interceptions leading JSU to a 12-1 record and SWAC Championship.
  • Finalist for the Walter Payton Award as the top offensive player in FCS football. 
  • Named the BOXTOROW National Offensive Player of the Year and a First-Team All-American.
  • Earned SWAC Offensive Player of the Year by the league and by Phil Steele while picking up first-team All-SWAC honors from both. 
  • Named HERO Sports FCS Sophomore All-American. 
  • Named to the Watch Lists for the Walter Payton Award and the Black College HOF Player of the Year. 
  • SWAC Preseason Offensive Player of the year, BOXTOROW Preseason All-American, and first-team Preseason All-SWAC. 
  • Named the SWAC Offensive Player of the Week four times (Sept. 5, 19, 26, Oct. 10).  
  • Opened the 2022 season against Florida A&M connecting on 29-of-33 passes (87.9%) for 323 yards and five touchdowns and earned the SWAC Offensive Player of the Week, BOXTOROW National Offensive Player of the Week, Stats FCS FedEx Ground National Offensive Player of the Week and the SWAC Offensive Player of the Week honors.  
  • Set career highs for completions (40), attempts (51) and passing yard (438) against Mississippi Valley State.

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  • Had five touchdown passes twice against Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman and four TD tosses in five other games including the SWAC Championship game and the Celebration Bowl. 
  • Freshman season completed 272-of-413 passes for 3,231 yards and 30 touchdowns with eight interceptions, adding three rushing touchdowns.  
  • Named the Jerry Rice FCS National Freshman of the Year. 
  • Earned SWAC Freshman of the Year and second-team All-SWAC. 
  • Named the SWAC Offensive Player of the Week once (Sept. 11) and the Newcomer of the Week five times (Oct. 9, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 20).  
  • Led 10-point fourth-quarter comeback, throwing TD passes of 13 and 50 yards to Malachi Wideman in final 5:42, including game-winning TD pass with 1:31 remaining in Eastern Division title win at Southern.

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When Deion Sanders showed up in Colorado, he made it clear to the players already there that significant changes were coming. He told them to jump in the portal because he was bringing his own luggage.

I’m bringing my luggage with my luggage with me and it’s Louis,” Sanders told the team. “I want y’all to get ready and go ahead and jump in that portal. The more you jump in, the more room you make.

Sanders’s approach may have been brash, but the Buffaloes went 1–11 last season and were one of the worst programs in the country under Karl Dorrell. Not everybody likes his approach. Anwawn Jones, a former Colorado football player who spent a season with the Buffaloes in 2000, took to social media to criticize Colorado’s treatment of his son during a recent recruiting visit as he relayed the program kicked Marco Jones out of the recruiting area during a game.

Marco explained who [he] was, they said he wasn’t on the list and was asked to leave,” Anwawn wrote Thursday on X, formerly known as Twitter. You kicked my son and his coach out of the facility and didn’t care that they traveled from [California].

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Jones praised Sanders in the post and didn’t want to take anything away from what the coach was doing in his first season. However, the former defensive end was upset at how Marco, a four-star linebacker from San Ramon Valley High in Danville, Calif., was treated on his visit to the CU campus.

I know it’s busy in Boulder with all of the cool things happening, but know, you treated a true-blue chipper and the son of a CU buff like a scrub, Jones added. “I’m sad because Marco would have been a great Buff, but the Buffs don’t know who he is.

According to 247Sports, the 2025 linebacker ranks as the No. 106 player in the country, No. 12 player at his position, and the No. 13 player in California. The Colorado defense could desperately use a player of his caliber. Jones holds over 20 offers from programs like Alabama, Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas, and USC among other.



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Woods grew up in Katy, Texas and attended James E. Taylor High School, where he played football, baseball, and basketball.

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