Talan Chandler flips from Deion Sanders and Colorado's 2024 recruiting class for Missouri

On Sunday, Colorado Buffaloes offensive lineman Talan Chandler announced his decommitment from the 2024 recruiting class. Chandler, a three-star prospect from Nevada, al night last Sunday, it's safe to say. In front of a national audience, the Cowboys quarterback  

On Sunday, Colorado Buffaloes offensive lineman Talan Chandler announced his decommitment from the 2024 recruiting class. Chandler, a three-star prospect from Nevada, al night last Sunday, it's safe to say. In front of a national audience, the Cowboys quarterback  

As a sophomore, the 6-foot-3, 295-pounder helped Lutheran St. Charles win the state championship. He went to Nevada before his junior year and received first-team all-state 

accolades for the second year in a row. He was also named to the News-Leader's All-Ozarks and Dominant Dozen first teams. 

"The most important thing is that Mizzou was my dream school," Chandler told SI high school. "Being able to stay close to home while competing in the SEC is an incredible opportunity. 

" I know a lot of the guys on the squad, and the coaching staff is fantastic. It truly does feel like home. Also, their offensive line development this year has been outstanding." 

With his departure, the Buffs are now down to 10 players in the 2024 class, with Issiah Walker Jr. serving as the only O-lineman. They still have two high-value 

four-star prospects on the way in two-way star Aaron Butler and defensive lineman Brandon Davis-Swain. 

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