Colorado football de-commit gives Ole Miss all the RB infinity stones

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Colorado football de-commit Rashad Amos -- who de-committed from Mississippi State originally to commit to Deion Sanders and Co. -- is now an Ole Miss Rebel, and his arrival gives Mississippi the deepest RB room in the country.

And, as BroBible's Grayson Weir put it, all the infinity stones at the position.

"Meanwhile, Lane Kiffin and the Rebels snatched up all of the infinity stones to create the deepest running back room in the country after Quinshon Judkins was not-so quietly shown the door," Weir wrote.

For those wondering about Quinshon Judkins' departure, a desire for more NIL money led to Lane Kiffin and Co. nudging him to find it elsewhere. Judkins reportedly held out for more money before the 2023 Peach Bowl against Penn State; a game Ole Miss won by 13 (38-25).

Judkins found that payday with NIL superpower Ohio State in the offseason. The Buckeyes had one of the biggest offseason spending sprees of any team.

Even without Judkins, though, the Rebels now have three transfer RBs with Power 5 experience and two Group of 5 RBs from the MAC champion (Miami Ohio) and the Conference USA runner-up (New Mexico State).

Colorado football RB room badly lacking depth

Without Amos, Dallan Hayden is going to be asked to pick up a lot of slack with Amos already gone from Boulder. Behind him is freshman Micah Welch and walk-on-turned-scholarship RB Charlie Offerdahl, and obviously, neither are proven entities yet.

It's been another offseason of overhaul in Boulder and besides the offensive line, there's not been a position group with more turnover on the offensive side of the ball. While neither group was particularly impressive, it'd be nice to see continuity somewhere on Colorado's roster.

Then again, if there's success in 2024, maybe there will be by the time the 2025 season rolls around.