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Wyoming wide receiver Jared Scott is unable to come up with a pass in the Cowboys' game against Texas State last season at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.

LARAMIE -- The offseason is a time for change for college football rosters nationwide.

That includes defections by way of transfers, which have already started in earnest for Wyoming. Five former Wyoming players have already announced their intent to transfer.

Here's a running list of the players who are transferring out of the program. It will be updated should any more transfers happen in the future.

WR Jared Scott

Scott, a sophomore, played in 19 games the last two seasons, including 11 this season, but finished his time in Laramie with just three receptions for 57 yards. The 6-foot-6, 215-pounder had one catch for 17 yards this season.

WR Camron Donalton

A redshirt this season, Donalton never saw the field for the Cowboys. Donalton, a three-sport standout during his prep days at West Aurora High in Colorado, originally planned to do football and track but never did anything with Wyoming's track team.

WR Isaac Leppke

Leppke played in one game in three years with the Cowboys. The redshirt sophomore joined Wyoming out of Dinuba High in California in 2016 as a walk-on quarterback.

WR Avante' Cox

Cox played in 10 games over the last two seasons with six catches for 84 yards. He had a rushing touchdown against Washington State on Sept. 2 before leaving the team for what head coach Craig Bohl called personal reasons. Cox later announced his commitment to Southern Illinois.

ATH Trey Woods

A member of Wyoming's 2017 recruiting class, Woods signed with the Cowboys as an athlete. He spent his first fall camp at linebacker before being moved to running back and eventually defensive end this season. Woods, the team's leading a rusher a season ago, played in one game this season.

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