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Wyoming Hits Recruiting Trail Hard With New Additions

Singing day is less then a week away and Wyoming has had a busy two weeks in recruiting and have landed a few good players. Most recently they signed three-star wide receiver Kevin Robertson who is a tall and lengthy wide out who should fit nicely in their system:

He fits the mold of former Poke wideout David Leonard or current WR/TE T.J. Smith with nice size and hands but not blazing speed. Looks like a very solid target who does a great job of coming down with pretty anything thrown his way. On the year he had 1490 receiving yards and 25 touchdowns. He is the eighth player from Texas in the Cowboy 2011 recruiting class which now has 23 members. 

A lot more highlights of Robertson can be found here.

Wyoming also landed the top linebacker out of Colorado, Eddie Yarbrough who is the sixth best player in Colorado and the 31st best linebacker in the country. Yarbrough is a punishing run-stopper but is considered a liability in the passing game. With his size Yarbrough could play any of the linebacker positions or defensive end.

Another prospect that Wyoming picked up one of the best kickers in the nation in Daniel Sullivan, who is one of the rare place kickers to receive a scholarship straight out of high school. The latest two recruits that Wyoming picked up were defensive tackle Gary Lee and offensive lineman Jake Jones. Now for some highlights of these two players:


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