LARAMIE — Wyoming football on Saturday announced its team captains for the upcoming season highlighted by another selection for linebacker Logan Wilson.

Tight end Josh Harshman, receiver Austin Conway, defensive end Josiah Hall and quarterback Sean Chambers join Wilson as captains.

Wilson, a Casper native, is a captain for the third straight season. The Natrona County High product joins former safety Marcus Epps as the Cowboys’ only three-time captains in the modern era. Wilson enters his fourth season as a starter with 316 career tackles — second-most among active Football Bowl Subdivision players.

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Harshman, a fifth-year senior, is another Natrona County product. The 6-foot-3, 230-pounder enters his final season with the Cowboys with 23 career receptions for 246 yards and one score.

Chambers is just the seventh underclassmen in program history to earn the nod as a captain. The redshirt freshman quarterback played in four games last year and accounted for 595 total yards and five touchdowns before a broken fibula cut his season short.

Another fifth-year senior, Hall has played in 35 games at Wyoming and has 51 career tackles. Conway led the Cowboys with 32 receptions last season and has 105 catches for 906 yards and four scores for his career.

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Davis Potter is the University of Wyoming athletics reporter. An Alabama native and 2011 Auburn University graduate, Potter joined the Star-Tribune in 2018 after five years covering Ole Miss and the Southeastern Conference. He lives in Laramie.

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