Leading up to the start of the regular season, CUSportsNation.com will be running through the Colorado football roster in reverse order, starting with #99 Chris Mulumba and ending with #1 Shay Fields.
Today, we continue with Nos. 75-70.
(Note: The CU 2017 signees that are enrolling this summer are excluded from this feature as they do not have officially assigned jersey numbers. Click here to learn more about the 2017 signees).
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No. 75 - Josh Kaiser
Mission Viejo, Calif.
Mission Viejo H.S.
Kaiser got the start in the 2017 Colorado spring showcase at left guard as senior Gerrad Kough was out with an ankle injury. He will look to have more of a role in 2017 as he won the Joe Romig 'Most Improved Offensive Lineman' Award after spring ball. The past two seasons, Kaiser has played mainly on special teams.
No. 74 - Chance Lytle
San Antonio, Texas
Lytle was a grayshirt for the Buffs out of the class of 2016, and he practiced with the team in the spring of 2017. On Colorado's spring game depth chart, he was listed as the backup right tackle to Aaron Haigler.
No. 73 - Isaac Miller
Silver Creek H.S.
Miller's past two years have been riddled with injuries. He signed with Colorado in the class of 2014, but because he needed shoulder surgery, he ended up grayshirting and arriving at CU in the spring of 2015. Miller redshirted as a freshman and this past season, he missed the entire year with a knee injury. Miller was back for spring ball and was listed as the backup left tackle to Jeromy Irwin.
No. 72 - Lyle Tuiloma
Tuiloma hasn't seen much of the field in two years at Colorado. He redshirted in 2015 and played only against Oregon State in a blowout last season. This spring, Tuiloma was named the most improved defensive lineman and could get into the nose tackle rotation this fall.
No. 70 - Jake Moretti
Moretti was Colorado's highest ranked recruit in the class of 2017. Moretti, who was formerly an Ohio State commitment, was rated as the No. 12 offensive tackle in the nation and as the overall No. 116 recruit in the country. Moretti has been long recovering from a knee injury that knocked him out from playing in his senior season. He did not play in the spring either.