Coach Craig Bohl and his Wyoming staff had a very productive weekend when they landed five talented defensive prospects. With the five new additions, the Cowboys now have 20 commitments for the 2015 recruiting class.
Four of the five new additions were 5'10", 180-pound CB Antonio Hull out of Diamond Bar, California, 6'0", 205-pound OLB Christian Irving out of American Heritage high school in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 5'10", 195-pound OLB Harry Momoh out of Hopkins high school in Minnetonka, Minnesota and lastly 6'6", 185-pound DE/OLB Carl Granderson out of Grant high school in Sacramento, California.
"Noodles" Hull is a 3-star prospect per 247 and committed to Wyoming over heavy interest from Washington. As a senior in 2014, Hull rushed for 1,278 yards and 12 touchdowns, averaging 9.3 yards per carry. He also added 235 yards receiving and two touchdowns. Special teams wise he had two more touchdowns via kick and punt returns. On the defensive side, he made 38 tackles on the season.
Irving picked the Cowboys over Georgia Tech and South Florida. He is ranked as a 2-star prospect by Rivals.
Momoh had 94 tackles with 12.5 sacks during his senior season and picked the Cowboys over North Dakota. The Minnesota native is rated as a 3-star per Rivals.
Granderson is the third Californian that committed this past weekend. He played OLB/WR in high school but projects as a DE in college. He had a whopping 172 tackles, 34.0 tackles for loss, 15.0 sacks and two interceptions his senior season. Granderson selected the Cowboys over Boise State and Washington State.
The fifth verbal is a name that was asked not to be released at this time being.
The Cowboys also landed two quality preferred walk-ons from Colorado this weekend in Denver (CO) Lutheran WR Josh Clausen and kicker Tristan Bailey from Colorado Spring (CO) Rampart.