Colorado continues to have a full roster reset, as the Buffaloes under Deion Sanders have reached 14 players in the transfer portal since Saturday’s spring game.

Defensive end Aaron Austin, a Texas native who had a special teams role last season as a true freshman, is the latest move. Since December, the Buffaloes are in the 4 dozen range of players who have entered the portal.

While the number of players to exit is stunning, there’s also plenty of talent on the way, including wide receiver Montana Lemonious-Craig is one of the highest-profile players to make the decision to leave Boulder. He caught 3 passes for 154 yards and 2 touchdowns during the first spring game for coach Deion Sanders. He was the Buffaloes second-leading receiver last season with 23 catches for 359 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Fellow wide receiver Jordyn Tyson also announced Monday that he is hitting the portal after he finished last season as the top receiver on the roster with 470 yards on 22 receptions after he joined the program from Allen (Texas) High School.