What is Wyoming basketball looking to add to its recruiting class?
Wyoming’s Allen Edwards lost a key player in Trace Young the other day, and needs to hit the recruiting trail hard to make up for that talent loss and the struggles of the 2018-2019 season. Davis Potter details how the Pokes will go about doing that.
Warriors Noa & Pritchard aim to make up for lost time after sitting out in 2018
Kumoku Noa, the junior wide receiver out of Kamehameha, fits perfectly into what Hawaii wants to do in the run-and-shoot offense. After sitting out 2018, he’s now primed to jump into a starting role at wideout, a spot Hawaii struggled to garner production out of in 2018. Linebacker Jeremiah Pritchard is also back as Hawaii attempts to build depth this spring.
UNLV lands commitment from Jonah Antonio
Australia native Jonah Antonio, a 6-foot-5 guard from South Plains College, chose the Rebels over Seton Hall and SMU. He is brand new head coach T.J. Otzelberger’s first commitment. The sharpshooter is the first piece of what Rebels fans are hoping to be a successful rebuild of the once proud program.
No gray area for Bulldogs’ Ruffin, who is making fast impression in cornerback competition
First-team all-conference performer Tank Kelly is one of many key players exiting Fresno State’s program after the 2018 season, and if spring performances are any indicator, freshman Deshawn Ruffin is the next big name for the Bulldogs at the corner position. Read Robert Kuwada’s piece on Ruffin’s development.
Baseball standings going into the end of the week
.@SJSUBaseball stays at No. 1 in this week's #MWBSB standings! pic.twitter.com/s8uO1kkFyU— Mountain West (@MW_OlySports) April 3, 2019
On the horizon:
Thursday: Check out another edition of Stats Corner: Moneyball Statistics, as well as another Blast From the Bronco Past. This time an interview with Hunter White.