Colorado landed a transfer commitment Saturday from former Alabama defensive back Jahquez Robinson.

A fourth-year man out of Jacksonville, Florida, Robinson came to Alabama as a 4-star recruit but couldn’t quite manage to crack the rotation in the secondary until last fall, when he appeared in six games. He entered the transfer portal on April 18 and now is reuniting with former Alabama assistant (and current CU defensive coordinator) Charles Kelly.

Robinson should have three years of eligibility for the Buffs.

The 6-foot-2, 199-pound Robinson did not appear in a game during his first year with the Tide in 2020, then saw the field just once in 2021. He worked on special teams but didn’t record a stat.

Last fall, Robinson managed six appearances with the bulk of his playing time coming on special teams. He finished the year with two tackles.

Robinson was a top-300 recruit in the 2020 class and ranked as the No. 21 corner in the class, per the industry-generated 247 Composite.

He’s the second former Alabama player to transfer to Colorado this offseason, joining linebacker Demouy Kennedy.