Currently there are 4 that come to mind as of now that I want to follow: 1 - Chris Jenkins: Came to Colorado as a 3 Star, 6'6 SG/SF out of Michigan. He was apart of the best class of recruits Colorado has ever landed. Redshirted at Colorado with Wesley Gordon his freshman year. Decided to transfer to the University of Detroit after his redshirt year. After sitting out for one year at Detroit, per transfer rules, he has since played and started two seasons. He missed games during the '14/'15 season but played in everyone his sophomore year. 2014-2015: 45% FG, 46% 3PT, 67% FT, 8PPG 2015-2016: 47% FG, 43% 3PT, 77% FT, 12 PPG It's always fun to think what Chris could have been and done at Colorado. Would he have emerged as a strong SG for our program or simply be buried on the depth chart? Maybe, he was always meant to be in a lower tier conference and why he is putting up the numbers he has been. Or maybe, he could've become a star SG in the PAC-12. Who knows. 2 - Jaron Hopkins: Was a highly sought after recruit out of Mesa, AZ. He came to Colorado as a freshman during the 2013-2014 season. He was honestly one of my favorite players. All anyone could talk about was his jumping ability and dunks for his size. He was considered a freak athlete and a great get for Colorado. Arrived at Colorado at 6'5. He ended up playing for 2 seasons with the Buffs before deciding to transfer to Fresno State University before the start of last year. He sat out during the 2015-2016 season and will be playing for the Bulldogs this upcoming year. 2013-2014: 38% FG, 31% 3PT, 48% FT, 4.9 PPG 2014-2015: 49% FG, 36% 3PT, 54% FT, 6.1 PPG I will always remember playing CSU in Fort Collins and having Jaron hit back to back corner 3's with Ram fans screaming in his face courtside. He was a true freshman at the time and helped us beat them in their own stadium. 3 - Tre'Shaun Fletcher: Arrived at school after graduating from highschool in Tacoma, Washington. He came in standing 6'6 and was a Top-100 recruit according to ESPN. He was apart of the classes that Tad continued to build here in Boulder. This helped Tad recruit and landed consecutive Top-100 recruits which was out of the realm of anything believable for CU fans. After contributing for 3 years with the Buffs, Tre'Shaun decided to transfer. One is left to believe that this was due to his minutes shrinking year after year. A healthy Xavier Johnson back in the line-up along with transfer Derrick White didn't help either. He has yet to decide where he is going but is considering, Louisiana Tech, Boise State, Nevada, Portland State, Cal Poly and Charleston Southern. He will have one year left to play, but have to sit out this upcoming season, per transfer rules. 2013-2014: 40% FG, 18% 3PT, 64% FT, 2.9PPG 2014-2015: 46% FG, 47% 3PT, 69% FT, 5.1 PPG 2015-2016: 39% FG, 34% 3PT, 83% FT, 7.2 PPG Tre'Shaun grew into a great shooter during his time at CU. He was definitely a key member of our program and hit many clutch shots in games. He was a strong SF that struggled at times with foul trouble, but always brought a ton of energy off the bench. 4 - Dustin Thomas: Came to CU along side with Jaron Hopkins, George King and Tre'Shaun Fletcher. He enrolled at CU as a 6'7 freshman from Texas. He was known to be a legit 3 point threat out of highschool and a great shooter. He came off the bench during his two year career at CU and never really became the contributor that Buff fans had hoped for. Dustin was plagued by foul trouble at CU and could never shake it. Amidst rumors of an attitude problem and low playing time, he decided to transfer to the University of Arkansas. Shortly after arriving on the University of Arkansas, he was arrested for 3rd degree forgery charges along with two teammates. He was reinstated for the upcoming season and will play at the PF position for the Razorbacks. 2013-2014: 41% FG, 18% 3PT, 54% FT, 3.7PPG 2014-2015: 44% FG, 31% 3PT, 67% FT, 4.4PPG Hopefully Dustin can stay out of trouble and become a role player for the Razorbacks. He has the size and ability to become one. Final thoughts: It's strange how 3 of 4 players from the '13 recruiting class are gone. The last man standing is star guard, George King. It will be very interesting to see how these other players end up doing at the respective universities. I will be watching that is for sure!