Wyoming's coaches have been very busy the last several weeks while hitting the recruiting trail. The Cowboys are still waiting on their first commitment for the 2013 class. We do another article later detailing who the Cowboys are recruiting.
Wyoming just offered a couple intriguing athletes on Thursday and I thought it was worth sharing some highlights. Adam Gorney of Rivals reported the offers yesterday.
Jeremy Tabuyo is a very fast WR out of St. Louis HS in Honolulu, HI. He is rated three stars by Rivals and also holds offers from Hawaii and Utah. His 40 time is listed as 4.34 and that certainly appears to be the case. He plays WR, PR and KR. His speed is most evident on kick returns where he puts some serious seperation on tacklers trying to bring him down. I've had another recruiting guru show me footage of Tabuyo several months ago and was impressed with his speed. They thought he would be graded at five stars.
Tabuyo would certainly be a very dangerous weapon for the Pokes to add to their passing game and special forces. The return game hasn't been a strong point for the Pokes over the last couple years.
Check out his highlights for yourself.
The second offer went LB Koa Kaleopaa who plays for La Miranda HS in California.
He is an incredible run stopper that is listed at 6-3 250lbs. He can play linebacker or move up to defensive end. This three star recuit has four offers from PAC 12 schools and two SEC schools. So the Cowboys will certainly have their work cut out to get him to visit Laramie.
We'll have plenty of more recruiting coverage this summer.