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 Draft Scout College Football Player News: Wyoming
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  05/14/22 - Chase LockerSo/2025, Wyoming, 6-3, 195 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  The University of Wyoming landed its second Power Five transfer in the past two weeks Thursday, as former USC wide receiver Chase Locke announced his decision to join the Cowboys. Locke joins Alabama defensive end Keelan Cox, who committed shortly after the spring game April 30, as the Pokes' most recent high-profile additions. Locke did not see the field in his three years at USC, but he enjoyed a successful high school career while playing in the two highest classifications in Texas.

The San Antonio product earned second-team All-District 26-5A honors as a junior in 2017 after catching 52 passes for 659 yards and seven touchdowns at Boerne Champion. He followed that up with first-team All-District 28-6A honors in 2018, as he hauled in 36 catches for 672 yards and eight touchdowns, while helping lead San Antonio O'Connor to an undefeated regular season. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle


(DS#999 WR) rSo/2025 WR Chase LockeWyoming
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  05/08/22 - Andrew PeasleyrSr/2023, Wyoming, 6-1, 200 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Andrew Peasley looked like Wyoming's next starting quarterback during the spring game. The Utah State transfer passed for 201 yards with a 67-yard touchdown to tight end Jackson Marcotte and a 35-yard touchdown to wide receiver Jaylen Sargent. UW head coach Craig Bohl did not release a post-spring depth chart. The quarterback competition between Peasley, Evan Svoboda, Hank Gibbs, Jayden Clemons and incoming freshman Caden Becker will continue throughout fall camp. One of the keys to the 2022 season will be what Peasley and the Pokes do this summer when no one is looking. "Peasley is learning our offense and is still a work in progress, but I do think he's got some maturity," Bohl said after the spring game. "He was able to be resourceful with the football. It's important he has a good summer." Peasley, a backup with the Mountain West champion Aggies, arrived on campus in January and quickly earned the respect of his new teammates by trying to lead them through winter conditioning. At Utah State the 6-2, 210-pound junior from La Grande, Oregon, ran for 510 yards and three touchdowns, including a 62-yard touchdown scamper against New Mexico in 2020. - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#999 QB) rSr/2023 QB Andrew PeasleyWyoming
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  05/07/22 - Jakorey HawkinsrSr/2023, Wyoming, 5-11, 195 (DS#40 CB) + More +

  Ole Miss transfer Jakorey Hawkins was the Wyoming Cowboys' highest-rated portal addition this offseason, and he certainly lived up to the hype. UW coach Craig Bohl praised Hawkins as much as any defensive player throughout the spring, with his athleticism, Power Five experience and relationship with defensive coordinator Jay Sawvel allowing him to step seamlessly into a pass defense that led the MW last season. He recorded four tackles, three solo stops, one pass breakup and one interception in the spring game, and was in position to make two more picks. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle

(DS#40 CB) rSr/2023 CB Jakorey HawkinsWyoming
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  05/07/22 - Logan HarrisrSr/2022, Wyoming, 6-3, 311 (DS#47 OG) + More +

  Wyoming offensive lineman Logan Harris remains an undrafted free agent. Harris was a starter on three Wyoming bowl championship teams in 2017, 2019 and 2021 and earned All-Mountain West honors three consecutive years. He started 43 of 54 games for the Cowboys. Harris began by starting at center for all 13 games during his true freshman season of 2017. He was part of a Wyoming offense led by quarterback Josh Allen. The 2017 Cowboys won the Potato Bowl and posted an 8-5 record. Harris then started all 11 games at right guard during the 2019 season, including Wyoming's victory in the 2019 Arizona Bowl. - Wyoming Tribune Eagle

(DS#47 OG) rSr/2022 OG Logan HarrisWyoming
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  05/04/22 - Andrew PeasleyrSr/2023, Wyoming, 6-1, 200 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Wyoming QB Andrew Peasley led the Gold to a 26-22 win over the Brown in the Cowboys' spring game. The Brown signal-callers, Evan Svoboda and Jayden Clemons, wore white jerseys, which meant they were free game. But there was some clarity during the Cowboys' 114-play game. Peasley looked like a heavy favorite to be the starter when the season kicks off Aug. 27 at Illinois. The Utah State transfer finished 12-for-21 passing for 201 yards with two touchdowns on a windy afternoon. The other three quarterbacks were a combined 12-for-34 passing for 97 yards with no touchdowns. - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#999 QB) rSr/2023 QB Andrew PeasleyWyoming
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  05/04/22 - Jakorey HawkinsrSr/2023, Wyoming, 5-11, 195 (DS#40 CB) + More +

  Mississippi transfer cornerback Jakorey Hawkins stole the spotlight with an interception and two other deflections during Wyoming's spring game in his War Memorial Stadium debut. "Jakorey is learning our defense and really applying the skills that (cornerbacks) coach (Benny) Boyd is teaching him," Bohl said. "He has meshed in with our locker room and he has good speed and play-making ability." - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#40 CB) rSr/2023 CB Jakorey HawkinsWyoming
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  04/30/22 - Treyton WelchSr/2023, Wyoming, 6-3, 233 (DS#40 TE) + More +

  Treyton Welch showed the opening day crowd of 27,007 at War Memorial Stadium what is possible for the Cowboys in the passing game. The 6-foot-3, 242-pound tight end made a one-handed touchdown grab to deliver a dramatic 19-16 victory for Wyoming over Montana State. But over the final 12 games of the disappointing 7-6 finish, Welch only had one additional touchdown reception, but he still led UW's tight ends with 19 receptions for 163 yards and the two scores in 2021. With the departure of star wide receiver Isaiah Neyor - who had 19 more receptions, 580 more receiving yards and 10 more touchdowns than anyone on the team - will the Pokes target their talented tight ends more often in 2022? "Our room is ready to do whatever we're called to do," Welch said. "Hopefully that's more in the passing game this year, but if it's not we're going to block our hearts out." - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#40 TE) Sr/2023 TE Treyton WelchWyoming
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  04/29/22 - Parker ChristensenrJr/2024, Wyoming, 6-2, 229 (DS#6 FB) + More +

  Sophomore Parker Christensen and junior Treyton Welch were the most productive tight ends on the Wyoming roster last season, combining for 290 yards on 32 catches. Welch had two touchdown catches, the most among UW returners, including a 21-yard, one-handed grab in the final moments of the season-opener that helped the Pokes avoid an upset at the hands of FCS Montana State. Christensen, meanwhile, is a former Wyoming Gatorade Player of the Year who has displayed comfort playing out of the backfield, on the line or split out wide.

Wyoming tight ends coach Shannon Moore says the pair's versatility, experience and leadership traits are major assets heading into next season. "They're both a little bit different with what they bring to the table, and they're both good in the run game and the pass game. Parker is probably a guy that we'll split out a little more, but Treyton will be a guy we split out, too. They really compliment each other well, and they give us a lot of versatility with personnel and formations." - Wyoming Tribune Eagle


(DS#6 FB) rJr/2024 FB Parker ChristensenWyoming
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  12/21/21 - C.J. ColdonrSr/2023, Wyoming, 6-1, 180 (DS#17 CB) + More +

  2021 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DB - C.J. Coldon, Jr., Wyoming,...Coldon helped lead a Wyoming defense that ranked No. 7 in the nation in pass defense, allowing opponents only 177.5 yards per game. He was credited with nine pass breakups on the season to rank No. 8 in the conference. Coldon was credited with 66 tackles from his cornerback position, which ranked him No. 3 on the Cowboy team and ranked him No. 31 in the conference among all players at all positions. - Wyoming Football

(DS#17 CB) rSr/2023 CB C.J. ColdonWyoming
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  12/21/21 - Keegan CryderrSr/2022, Wyoming, 6-5, 309 (DS#15 C) + More +

  2021 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL - Keegan Cryder, Sr., Wyoming,...Cryder started his 43rd consecutive game last Saturday in Wyoming's regular-season finale. Those 43 starts include every game of Cryder's career, dating back to his redshirt freshman season of 2018. He has never missed a game during his Wyoming career. He helped pave the way for Wyoming to rank No. 2 in the Mountain West and No. 30 in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 195.1 yards per game. - Wyoming Football

(DS#15 C) rSr/2022 C Keegan CryderWyoming
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  12/21/21 - Logan HarrisrSr/2022, Wyoming, 6-3, 311 (DS#47 OG) + More +

  2021 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Logan Harris, OL,...Harris has been a standout on the offensive line for Wyoming the past five seasons. He has started 42 career games and has played in 53 career games for the Cowboys. Harris' blocking enabled Wyoming to rank No. 2 in the Mountain West and No. 30 in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 195.1 yards per game for the 2021 season. - Wyoming Football

(DS#47 OG) rSr/2022 OG Logan HarrisWyoming
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  12/21/21 - Cole GodboutrSr/2023, Wyoming, 6-3, 274 (DS#41 DT) + More +

  2021 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Cole Godbout, DL,...Godbout ranked No. 4 among MW defensive linemen in tackles in 2021, averaging 5.0 tackles per game. In conference games only, he ranked No. 2 among conference D-Linemen in tackles, averaging 6.25 tackles per game. Godbout tallied 60 total tackles on the year, including 4.0 sacks, 5.0 tackles for loss, five quarterback hurries and five pass break-ups. - Wyoming Football

(DS#41 DT) rSr/2023 DT Cole GodboutWyoming
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  12/21/21 - Garrett CrallrSr/2022, Wyoming, 6-4, 239 (DS#47 DE) + More +

  2021 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Garrett Crall, DL,...Crall rose from being a walk-on at Wyoming, to being voted a two-time team captain by his teammates. He was captain of a Wyoming defense that ranked No. 4 in the MW and No. 36 nationally in total defense (346.6 yards allowed per game). He also was part of a Wyoming defense that ranked No. 1 in the conference and No. 7 in the nation in pass defense (177.5 yards allowed per game). For the 2021 season, Crall made 41 tackles, 4.5 TFLs, 1.0 sack, had four quarterback hurries and two pass break-ups. - Wyoming Football

(DS#47 DE) rSr/2022 DE Garrett CrallWyoming
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  12/20/21 - Chad MumaSr/2022, Wyoming, 6-3, 237 (DS#3 ILB) + More +

  2021 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB - Chad Muma, Sr., Wyoming,...Muma was named to the All-MW First Team. Muma ranked No. 1 in the Mountain West and No. 2 in the nation in solo tackles this season, averaging 6.7 solo tackles per game. He also ranked No. 2 in the MW and No. 4 in the country in total tackles, averaging 10.8 total tackles per game. Muma had two interception returns for touchdowns during the season to rank No. 1 in the conference and No. 2 in the nation in that category, and his three total interceptions tied him for No. 3 in the Mountain West and No. 30 in the FBS. Muma is one of six national finalists for this year's Butkus Award that honors the best linebacker in the nation. - Wyoming Football

(DS#3 ILB) Sr/2022 ILB Chad MumaWyoming
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  11/11/21 - Chad MumaSr/2022, Wyoming, 6-3, 237 (DS#3 ILB) + More +

  NOV 8 MOUNTAIN WEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: CHAD MUMA, WYOMING, Senior, Linebacker, Lone Tree, Colorado/Legend HS,...In the Border War victory over Colorado State, led Wyoming with 11 tackles, including six solo stops, and had one interception...The interception led to a Wyoming touchdown, extending the Cowboys lead to 31-10 midway through the fourth quarter...Of the 11 tackles, eight were for five yards or fewer and five of those were for three yards or less, including tackles for: one yard, one yard, two yards, two yards, three yards, five yards and five yards...The Cowboy linebacker helped Wyoming limit Colorado State to only 17 points in the game, seven points under CSU's season average. - Mountain West Football

(DS#3 ILB) Sr/2022 ILB Chad MumaWyoming
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