by Keith Kelley–30 Jun ’16
College football coaches want to see each of their recruiting classes getting better every year. And for Wyoming head football coach Craig Bohl, and the rest of the coaching staff, they’re hopeful this is the case in Laramie. After going 6-18 the first two seasons in Laramie, Bohl and company are in need to see results. And this year’s signing class, like in most, there appears to be players that are ready to play, and others who would benefit from a redshirt year.
Sophomore safety Andrew Wingard says the incoming freshman really are looking good this summer, but only time well tell how good they will be in a Wyoming uniform. “I saw some guys out there who definitely did not look like freshman, in terms of size and speed. I think Coach Bohl and the staff put together a pretty good class, and I think some are going to contribute immediately, but other guys are going to get in the weight room.”
Wingard adds, “So far, like you said with the eye test, it’s looking good. And talking with some of the strength coaches about how they (incoming freshman) tested, they said they’re looking good. So I’m excited for them and excited for the team moving forward. ”
The Cowboy continue with summer workouts in Laramie. Fall camp is about a month away.