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Name: K.J. Trujillo (Double Transfer from Wake Forest/Colorado)
College: North Alabama     Number: 18
Height: 6-0   Weight: 172
Position: FS  Pos2: CB
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.60

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Weight: 172

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: Double Transfer from Wake Forest/Colorado...2021: NAC...Transfer from Colorado...2020: NAC



 K.J. Trujillo, North Alabama, Player News


  Defensive back KJ Trujillo is the latest member of the Colorado football team to enter his name in the NCAA transfer portal. Trujillo, a true sophomore, announced his decision on social media Tuesday. This year, Trujillo was moved to safety and played as a reserve at both safety and cornerback at times. During the five-game regular season, he played just 34 snaps, with three tackles. - Daily Camera

(DS#999 FS) rSr/2024 FS K.J. TrujilloNorth Alabama
News Source: Daily Camera
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  As true freshmen last fall, Tarik Luckett, Mark Perry and KJ Trujillo went into Colorado's football season preparing to redshirt. Luckett, in fact, was expected to not only redshirt, but to spend his days at practice running routes as a receiver. All three wound up becoming important pieces to the Buffaloes' secondary. The spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 has created stay-at-home orders around the country and uncertainty about the 2020 football season, but CU continues to prepare and BuffZone is previewing each position group for the Buffs. In this installment, we look at the defensive backs.

Season-ending injuries to cornerbacks Mekhi Blackmon and Chris Miller and the mid-season departure of safety Aaron Maddox forced the true freshmen into action last season. They went through growing pains, but also had plenty of good moments. "I think that will benefit us a lot, just being able to get early experience and we've still got plenty of time here at Colorado," Trujillo said after last season. "So through our next few years, we'll definitely be prepared." Trujillo started seven games at corner last season, while Luckett made two starts late in the year. Perry played as a reserve in the nickel/Star role and made his impact felt during the second half of the season. - Daily Camera


(DS#999 FS) rSr/2024 FS K.J. TrujilloNorth Alabama
News Source: Daily Camera
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