WR Nico Brown (Leander HS, TX) Commits To Wyoming

Less than a week till signing day and there is still work till be done. Wyoming picked up another commitment this week on the offensive side. WR Nico Brown from Leander HS in Leander, TX is the latest commit. This is certainly a position that the Cowboys were looking to add depth with this class. Brown is an interesting athlete because he has some great tools but is also sort of a mystery. Scout has him listed as 6'4 200lbs with a two star rating. It also shows that he has offers from Arizona, Houston, Kansas State and Missouri. Certainly a very solid group of schools and even better that he chose Wyoming.

Rivals doesn't have him in their database yet. 247 has him listed as 6'2 190 with an offer from Houston but no rating. So there appears to be some dispute on how tall he is right now. Either way he has great size and caught the attention of some big programs. We scoured the internet for video highlights but came up empty. I'm sure the school will post a video of him after signing day.

There was some other bad news that did happen to Wyoming recruiting class.

Jayshawn Jordan (O'Dea HS) visited the University of Idaho last weekend and ended up switching his commitment. Not sure why he decided to switch but he looked like a great player and would have loved to him have him end up a Cowboy. Another Wyoming target commited to Idaho as well. S Ma'ne Manaea from Lakewood, WA also committed to Idaho. Darn those Vandals.

Wyoming recentled offer three star DB John Gibson from Fort Bend Marshall HS in Texas. Here are his highlights. No word on if he has or will visit Laramie.


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