Terrell Owens and Travis Hunter? A master could be teaching a young protégé his craft

When Deion Sanders made his way west from Jackson State to Colorado, he brought the experience of elevating a college football program with him.

He also brought his own background of being a Hall of Fame corner and the connections that go with being one of the sport’s greatest.

Well, Coach Prime may be bringing another big name down to Boulder.

As seen in a recent Well Off Media YouTube video, fellow Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell Owens, a former game-changing wide receiver who torched opposing defenses during his 15 NFL seasons, agreed to lend his knowledge to Colorado’s two-way star Travis Hunter sometime this spring.

Yes, this doesn’t sound like it will lead to a full-time position on Coach Prime’s staff for T.O., but having a Hall of Fame receiver available in any capacity is excellent no matter the circumstances.

And if a date works out and T.O. can make it to Boulder, his help could lead to Hunter having a big year on the offensive side of the ball.

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