Colorado football de-commit teases he can land with fellow Georgia recruits on Buffs

A Colorado football de-commit teased he can land with fellow Georgia high school recruits on the Buffs.

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Colorado football quarterback de-commit Antwann Hill Jr. teased on Twitter that he can end up on the Buffs after all, sharing the "curiosity, interest, attention, observing eyes" emoji when tagged in a photo by Buford tight end Hayden Bradley and linebacker Mantrez Walker; who also have a standing interest from Coach Prime's Buffs.

Hill, a fellow Peach State star who's under center for Houston County (Warner Robins), told BuffsBeat's Josh Tolle that CU was still a top option after he waivered on his commitment on November 26.

"I'm trying to keep my options open and I'm not done with Colorado," Hill told BuffsBeat. "It's still a top school for me."

Louisville must not have made strong impression on Colorado football de-commit Antwann Hill Jr., but Florida might have

Hill only had Louisville on his visit list in December 2023, seemingly giving the Cardinals the chance to take the lead in his recruitment a few short weeks after backing off on his commitment to Coach Prime; due to, according to the QB, a worry that Coach Prime won't be around in 2025.

Louisville lost in the ACC title game to an FSU squad that wasn't deemed competitive enough in a hypothetical College Football Playoff field to be invited to the postseason. They then lost the attention of Hill, who remains uncommitted and available.

Florida now has meetings set up with Hill, and it has Hail Florida Hail's Will Thomas excited about where his recruitment is headed.

"(Florida Junior Day) will mark (Hill's) fourth trip to Gainesville, and next weekend could be a big step for Billy Napier and the Gators to get more involved in his recruitment," Thomas wrote.

Consider the Gators the frontrunner, but given the dysfunction Billy Napier's Florida program has suffered through the last two seasons, perhaps confidence in Coach Prime sticking around could have Colorado on flip watch over the next year.