Wyoming Football Recruiting: Seven New Commitments For The Cowboys

Shaun Wick - One of seven new Cowboys. via media.vcstar.com

It was busy weekend for Wyoming as they hosted 12 recruits. That was certainly worth it as the Cowboys have now received seven verbal commitments over the last two days. This is exciting news as signing day keeps creeping closer and closer.

The state of Washington continues to be new source of talent with three Seattle area recruits committing on Sunday. That group includes running back D.J. May and defensive tackle Uso Olive both from Federal Way HS. The third was lockdown corner JayShawn Jordan of O'Dea HS. Jordan is rated three stars by Rivals while May and Olive were both two stars. May is all purpose running back and Olive is a very strong tackle that checks in at 6-1 293lbs.

The fourth commit was two star RB/S Shaun Wick of St. Bonaventure HS (CA). Wick has a two star rating from Scout and not has been rated by Rivals yet.

I'm glad I waited in posting this article because on Monday the Pokes gained three more commitments.

The next three recruits help the add more depth in trenches which is exactly what the Cowboys needed.

The first was DL Sam Hardy from Chaminade HS in California. He is listed 6-3 270lbs and looks a very solid addition. He played defensive tackle and that looks like his natural position. Hardy had 63 tackles last year. He hasn't been rated by any recruiting service yet.

The next two commits are on the offensive line. The first was 6-4 290lb Chase Roullier from Burnsville, MN. He has a two star rating from Rivals. The second was 6-6 265lb Nathan Leddige from Southridge HS in Beaverton, OR.

Here are video highlights we found for Hardy and Rouiller.

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