A former University of Colorado player has implied that Deion Sanders is holding him hostage as he’s limiting his offers following his departure from the Buffaloes’ football program.
Redshirt freshman Zach Courtney was one of the many Colorado players to enter the NCAA transfer portal earlier this month. On Tuesday, the former three-star recruit took to Twitter to announce that he can’t show coaches his practice film because Sanders won’t allow him to have it. He invited them to text him, however.
“For the coaches who are trying to recruit me. I am sorry but I will not be able to get y’all my film from my practices last season since I am not allowed to have it because the head coach at CU won’t allow it,” he wrote in a tweet. “This is very unlucky and if you have any questions just text me!”
The tight end later explained he wasn’t hitting out at Sanders and simply wanted to let prospective suitors know why he can’t provide them with footage.
“Again this is not a shot at Deion I just wanted coaches to know I have no film for them,” he added.
Coach Prime is having a tough start to the week after leading his new team to a Spring Game victory on Saturday. He’s since had two of the program’s top wide receivers enter the transfer portal for reasons unknown and is now being put on blast by another.
Even so, the impact he’s had since taking over at Colorado has been profound and the Buffaloes are expected to improve significantly under his guidance.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.