Colorado added twins Destin and Keaten Wade, who are transferring from Kentucky, on Friday.

Destin is a sophomore quarterback while Keaten plays defensive end, and the brothers will now play out their remaining eligibility with the Buffaloes.

Keaten, a 6-foot-5, 250-pound outside linebacker, played in 25 games for Kentucky over two seasons while posting 51 tackles and 2.5 sacks. He was the No. 194 prospect in the 2022 class and has two years of eligibility remaining.

Destin was ranked No. 293 in the 2022 class as a 6-3, 223-pound quarterback and was named Mr. Football in the state of Tennessee for Division I, Class 6A his senior season. He redshirted his freshman season and played in just one game for the Wildcats this year.

The twins are adding to a large transfer haul for Colorado this offseason that includes Vanderbilt wide receiver Will Sheppard, Indiana offensive linemen Kahlil Benson and Matthew Bedford, Houston offensive lineman Tyler Johnson, and UTEP lineman Justin Mayers.