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Wyoming vs. Colorado State University

Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl runs with the team into the locker room for halftime on Oct. 1 at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colo.

National Signing Day 2018 is here. The Casper Star-Tribune and Pokes Authority have all you need to know about who has been offered by Wyoming, who has committed and who may still be available as a diamond in the rough.

Catch up on our Early Signing Day coverage here and keep an eye on this page as the Cowboys' signing class comes to a close.

Click on the icons above to learn more about each Wyoming recruit. School logos show where recruits have signed or verbally committed. Football icons show recruits who have yet to commit. Open the menu on the left side to filter out recruits who have committed elsewhere, walk-ons and/or uncommitted recruits.

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Signed recruits

QB

School: Kerman (California)

Stars: 3 (247 Sports), 2 (Rivals, Scout)


OL

School: Sheridan (Wyoming)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


School: Laramie (Wyoming)

Stars: 2 (Rivals)


School: Windsor (Colorado)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


RB

School: Central East (California)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


School: Jackson (Wyoming)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)

Dawson committed in 2016 and will join UW after completing his two-year mission with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


WR

School: West Aurora (Illinois)

Stars: 3 (247 Sports)


School: Grandview (Colorado)

Stars: 3 (247 Sports), 2 (Rivals)


School: Cisco College (Texas)

Stars: 2 (247 Sports)


TE

School: Mount Carmel (Illinois)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


ATH

School: Marist Catholic (Oregon)

Stars: 3 (247 Sports), 2 (Rivals)


DT

School: Hudson (Wisconsin)

Stars: NR


School: Charter Oak (California)

Stars: NR


DE

School: Ygnacio Valley (California)

Stars: NR


School: Knight (California)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


LB

School: Lincoln (California)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


School: Inderkum (California)

Stars: 2 (247 Sports)


School: Legend (Colorado)

Stars: 3 (247 Sports), 2 (Rivals)


CB

School: Reseda (California)

Stars: 3 (247 Sports)


School: Cajon (California)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


School: Pacifica (California)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


S

School: Central Catholic (California)

Stars: 2 (247 Sports)


School: Overland (Colorado)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


LS

School: Summit Academy (Utah)

Stars: 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


Signed walk-ons

QB

School: Pomona (Colorado)

Stars: NR


RB

School: Natrona County (Wyoming)

Stars: NR


FB

School: Chaparral (Colorado)

Stars: NR


WR

School: Pine Bluffs (Wyoming)

Stars: NR


TE

School: LaRue County (Kentucky)

Stars: NR


ATH

School: Gillette (Wyoming)

Stars: NR


School: Star Valley (Wyoming)

Stars: NR

Dawson will join UW in 2020 following a two-year mission with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


School: Buffalo (Wyoming)

Stars: NR


DT

School: Bellarmine Prep (California)

Stars: NR


DE

School: Natrona County (Wyoming)

Stars: NR


School: Rocky Mountain (Colorado)

Stars: NR


LB

School: Lake Forest (Illinois)

Stars: NR


S

School: Sidney (Nebraska)

Stars: NR


School: Prosper (Texas)

Stars: 2 (Rivals)


School: Mountain Range (Colorado)

Stars: NR


Offers to uncommitted recruits

RB

School: St. Bonaventure (California)

Stars: 3 (Scout), 2 (Rivals, 247 Sports)


WR

School: Milpitas (California)

Stars: 3 (Rivals, 247 Sports, Scout)


School: Wagoner (Oklahoma)

Stars: 3 (Rivals, 247 Sports, Scout)


DE

School: Palatine (Illinois)

Stars: NR


LB

School: Thornton (Illinois)

Stars: NR


CB

School: Jesuit (California)

Stars: 3 (Rivals, Scout)


School: East Los Angeles College (California)

Stars: 2 (Scout)


S

School: Del City (Oklahoma)

Stars: NR


School: Long Beach Polytechnic (California)

Stars: 3 (Scout)


School: Moreau Catholic (California)

Stars: 3 (Scout)


Committed players with UW offers

Max Alba — 6-5/182 (QB, North Carolina baseball)

Alex Allen — 6-6/220 (TE, Northern Iowa)

Nick Alftin — 6-5/230 (DE, California)

Daniel Arias — 6-4/190 (WR, Colorado)

Lance Babb — 6-0/190 (WR, UC Davis)

Jeremy Banks — 6-2/210 (RB, Tennessee)

Keshawn Banks — 6-4/250 (DE, San Diego State)

Zaire Barnes — 6-3/185 (ATH, Western Michigan)

Xavier Benson — 6-3/200 (LB, Texas Tech)

Cade Beresford — 6-7/245 (OL, Washington State)

Bradley Bickler — 6-7/240 (DE, Oregon State)

Joseph Bonds — 6-3/210 (LB, Northern Illinois)

Max Borghi — 5-10/195 (RB, Washington State)

Charlie Bostic — 6-1/175 (CB, San Jose State)

Quinn Brinnon — 6-0/182 (S, Colorado State)

Evan Clark — 6-3/265 (OL, Missouri Western State)

Cartez Crook-Jones (DE, Kansas State)

Halid Djibril — 6-1/190 (LB, Washington State)

Emoryie Edwards — 6-0/180 (WR, Fresno State)

Bryce Effner — 6-5/275 (OL, Penn State)

Blake Fehrmann — 6-5/225 (DE, New Mexico)

Tava Finau — 6-4/220 (DE, Colorado)

Bennett Folkers — 6-3/180 (WR, Nebraska walk-on)

Miguel Fulgencio — 6-1/190 (RB, Oklahoma State)

Broc Ginavan — 6-4/230 (DE, Labette C.C. baseball)

Dominque Hampton — 6-2/180 (ATH, Washington)

Kris Hawkins — 6-1/175 (ATH, Citrus College)

Jake Heimlicher — 6-4/210 (DE, Pennsylvania)

Cortez Hogans — 6-3/190 (LB, Northern Illinois)

T.J. Ivy — 6-5/217 (TE, Indiana)

John Jackson — 6-2/200 (ATH, Southern California)

Timothy Jackson — 6-2/195 (ATH, Air Force)

Maxwell Janes — 6-2/235 (ATH, Minnesota walk-on)

Tre Jenkins — 6-1/195 (S, San Jose State)

Marcellus Johnson — 6-4/280 (OL, Eastern Michigan)

Brian Kaiser — 6-7/210 (TE, Northwestern)

Chris Kane — 6-5/225 (TE, Air Force)

Jarrett Kingston — 6-5/250 (OL, Washington State)

Tyric LeBeauf — 6-2/178 (CB, Boise State)

Mosiah Liu — 6-3/260 (DE, Washington)

Jermayne Lole — 6-2/255 (DE, Arizona State)

Josh Madison — 5-11/205 (ATH, Iowa State)

Marquis Majors — 6-1/174 (WR, South Dakota)

Dashaun Mallory — 6-3/272 (DT, Michigan State)

Donovan Marshall — 5-11/185 (RB, Arkansas State)

Trey McBride — 6-4/235 (LB, Colorado State)

Phillip Mills — 6-3/215 (S, Boise State)

Morgan Moore — 6-5/270 (OL, Texas State)

Grant Norton — 6-8/250 (OL, Minnesota)

Bartholomew Ogbu — 6-6/205 (DE, North Dakota State)

Mike O'Laughlin — 6-5/205 (WR, West Virginia)

Chris Olave — 6-1/170 (WR, Ohio State)

D'Angelo McKenzie — 6-0/180 (S, Washington State)

Patrick Nunn — 6-3/200 (WR, Washington State)

Rico Payton — 6-1/180 (ATH, Southern Illinois)

Jaylen Pickle — 6-5/260 (DT, Kansas State)

Charles Robinson — 6-4/215 (TE, Northern Illinois)

Rusty Rudd — 6-2/175 (ATH, Missouri State)

Jace Ruder — 6-3/205 (QB, North Carolina)

Devin Ruffin — 6-1/210 (LB, Bowling Green)

Semisi Saluni — 6-4/215 (LB, Oregon State)

Rashad Scott — 6-1/180 (WR, San Diego State)

Sean Shaw — 6-5/200 (WR, Iowa State)

Steven Shaw — 6-4/240 (DE, Louisiana Tech)

Kenyon Sims — 5-11/190 (RB, Illinois)

Phoenix Sproles — 6-0/175 (S, North Dakota State)

Jett Stanley — 6-4/250 (DE, Sacramento State)

Matthew Stuckey — 6-2/185 (LB, Western Michigan)

Jason Taylor — 6-2/180 (S, Oklahoma State)

Cameron Thomas — 6-5/235 (DE, San Diego State)

Dylan Thomas — 6-3/180 (WR, Colorado)

Ace Vick — 5-11/160 (S, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Demajay Williams — 6-1/185 (ATH, San Diego State)

DeShon Wilson — 6-1/180 (CB, Oregon State)

Tyree Wilson — 6-5/225 (DE, Texas A&M)

Perrion Winfrey — 6-4/255 (DT, Iowa Western)

Hunter Woodard — 6-5/296 (OL, Oklahoma State)

Mario Wright — 6-2/205 (LB, Western Kentucky)

Slater Zellers — 6-1/220 (LS, California)

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Managing Editor

Brandon Foster is the Star-Tribune's managing editor. He joined the Star-Tribune in 2016 as the University of Wyoming sports reporter after graduating from the University of Missouri and covering Mizzou athletics for two years.

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