He apparently loved it so much, he decided to make it his home for the next four years.
The 4-star receiver committed to Colorado on Tuesday, just days after he made his first official visit of his recruitment.
Bolorado here I am 🗣😈 pic.twitter.com/4eCOU0rumw
— 6 I X (@bhuffman_6) May 1, 2018
The Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, Calif.) wideout is the No. 40 receiver in the country, the No. 28 prospect in California and the 254th-best recruit in the nation, per 247Sports. He chose Colorado over seven other offers, including four from the Pac-12 (Arizona State, Oregon, USC, UCLA).
Huffman-Dixon is the highest rated commitment for Colorado since 4-star tackle Jake Moretti, a U.S. Army All-American, signed with the Buffaloes in 2017.