Wyoming was able to get four-star center Trenton Noller on campus for the schools annual Junior Day, and Noller liked what he saw.
The Wyoming Cowboys held their Juior Days last week and they had 61 high school players attend the camp. Of those 61 players, Wyoming was able to bet four-star offensive lineman Trenton Noller to attend the camp.
Noller is a 6-foot-4, 310-pound center out of Windsor, Colo., and he already has scholarship offers from Wyoming, Arizona and Northern Colorado. However, he is garnering interest from about 20 schools including the majority of the Pac-12, plus he is being noticed by Colorado State, Boise State and San Diego State.
Out of the schools that have shown interest into Toller, Colorado is his favorite. He likes the Buffaloes due to the proximity to his hometown. He is still wanting to get to know the new staff with another visit down the road.
This past weekend, Noller was completely focused on Wyoming, and he liked what he saw:
Noller said his Junior Day visit to Laramie included a visit to the weight room, the football offices, War Memorial Stadium and an academic presentation. He said the prospects also got some face time with their prospective position coaches and saw video on how Wyoming uses their specific positions.
"I thought it was a nice little town," Noller said of Laramie. "I am not used to that small of a town as far as college towns go. That was different. I really liked the coaches there. I was impressed with the stadium."
Currently, Wyoming is one of his top choices due to the location since it is near Windsor. Look for more scholarship offers to roll in for Noller as he earned first-team all-state and all-league honors this past year as a junior, and earned a very early four-star rating from Rivals. He also is looking to drop about 20 pounds to be right around 300 pounds.
Here are highlights of Noller from his junior year (Noller is No. 76):
Looking at the highlight tape, Noller shows brute strength by taking out pretty much anyone who lines up over him at center, and it helps that he is much larger than most players. Noller also sticks with his defender, if he is unable to knock him down on the first attempt he keeps at the defender until they are knocked on the ground.
He also keeps going until the play is over, there are multiple plays where Noller continues down field to engage other lineman or linebackers.
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