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Jamarice Wilder decommits from Colorado; 3-star running back reopens recruitment

Venice (Florida) star running back has decommitted from Colorado

The Colorado Buffaloes were once the darlings of the college football world. 

After finishing 4-8, though an improvement from last year's one win team, has triggered a coaching shakeup by Colorado head coach Deion Sanders of his staff. 

With that, a slew of decommitments have followed and Monday evening, another player has decided to reopen his recruitment. 

Venice running back Jamarice Wilder, a Class of 2025 prospect, announced his decommitment. 

The 5-foot-9, 180-pound tailback is rated Florida's No. 51 running back in the class of 2025.

Wilder originally committed to Colorado in early August, but Colorado's coaching staff has lost both offensive coordinator Sean Lewis and tight end coach Tim Brewster, both of whom are highly-regarded, experienced assistants.

Colorado has also lost the commitments 2025 Houston County (Georgia) 5-star quarterback Antwann Hill and 2025 First Baptist Academy (Florida) bluechip athlete Winston Watkins Jr. 

-- Andy Villamarzo | | @sblivefl