Wyoming has seen their commitment list start to fill up within the last month and Wednesday night the Cowboys added yet another in a Oklahoma speedster in 5'10", 165-pound Davion Freeman out of Del City. Freeman was recruited to Wyoming to play on the defensive side of the ball as a defensive back but is expected to be quite involved in the return game as well. The Del City native runs a legit 4.4 in the forty-yard-dash.
Freeman visited the Wyoming campus officially this past weekend for their ballgame against San Jose State. He selected the Cowboys over scholarships from Arkansas State, New Mexico, New Mexico State and North Texas.
Freeman becomes the fourth prospect from Oklahoma to verbal to the Cowboys joining Broken Bow’s linebacker Jaylon Watson, Kingfisher’s center Kaden Jackson and Douglass’ wide receiver Dameko Doddles.
Of the now 21 commitments in Oklahoma, 4 are committed to Wyoming, that’s more than any other single college program, including the in-state schools. From 2004 to 2010, Wyoming had at least one player committed from Oklahoma in every single class.
Wyoming running backs coach, Mike Bath, continues to do a tremendous job on and off the field for the Cowboys. Bath is in charge of recruiting Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma for the Cowboys.