Colorado redshirt senior WR Nelson Spruce "wasn't credited with a single drop over 160 targets," according to NFL Media's Lance Zierlein.
Colorado redshirt senior T Stephane Nembot has "the makings of a potential starter on the NFL level," TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline observes.
Colorado redshirt sophomore FB/TE George Frazier is expected to carry a larger role for the team on offense this season.
With another productive year, Colorado redshirt senior WR Nelson Spruce should "secure a third-round slot," in the eyes of NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Colorado redshirt senior WR Nelson Spruce "catches a lot of short passes, but he's a huge asset for this still-developing Colorado offense as one of the most reliable possession receivers in the game," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter reports that Colorado senior CB Ken Crawley is a candidate to make a swift move up draft boards.
Colorado junior QB Sefo Liufau "possesses enough physical talent and the work ethic to keep an eye on," CBS Sports Rob Rang notes.
Colorado senior CB Ken Crawley's "length and speed make him ideally suited to a playing on the perimeter in a press scheme," CBS Sports' Rob Rang observes.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Colorado redshirt senior WR Nelson Spruce "could draw the interest of scouts because of his savvy route-running, reliable hands and experience as a punt returner."
Colorado redshirt senior WR Nelson Spruce "is a good route runner the Buffs move around and are able to consistently target," writes ESPN's Mel Kiper.
Colorado junior LB Addison Gillam "is active and physical" and "also has good speed," notes NFL Media.
Colorado senior DL Josh Tupou will not play for the Buffaloes in 2015.
Colorado HC Mike MacIntyre is confident that his rebuilding process will be successful.
Colorado redshirt senior WR Nelson Spruce "has become a huge asset as a reliable chain-mover," according to Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Colorado redshirt senior Nelson Spruce has been working to increase his explosiveness.