Colorado 2-way star Travis Hunter living up to his Heisman standards after following Deion Sanders

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Two-way starter Travis Hunter is already living up to all of his self-proclaimed hype. Hunter played 129 snaps for Colorado in its season-opening 45-42 shocker at 17th-ranked TCU. The cornerback-receiver had 11 catches for 119 yards, and an interception near the end zone. Hunter before the season declared himself as No. 1 on the Heisman Trophy watch list. The sophomore says people are now seeing what he can do. Hunter was the nation’s top high school football recruit when he signed with FCS team Jackson State in December 2021 to play for coach Deion Sanders as a freshman. They are now at Colorado together.