Happy Tuesday everyone! As we continue our trek through the football-less, basketball-less, baseball-less dry period we still have off season news to keep you updated on. Take a look.
New Mexico adds assistant coach
The Lobos have announced that Dillon Sanders has been added to the UNM coaching staff. Sanders has spent the past three seasons in the SEC with Kentucky assisting with their linebacker corps. While at Kentucky, Sanders and the Wildcats saw improvements on the defensive side of the ball, in 2018 the Wildcats allowed only 16.8 points per game. Sanders is sure to be a solid addition to the UNM coaching staff.
Nevada gets commitment from Texas RB
The Wolf Pack have gotten a commitment from 5-10 RB, Clarence Dalton (Class of 2020). Dalton is out of Ball High School in Texas and is rated as a three star recruit by ESPN. In his Junior year he rushed for 1,337 yards and 10 TDs on 160 carries and was named his district’s offensive MVP. Also in this link is an updated list of the entire 2020 class for the Wolf Pack.
Bulldogs get commitment from local star
Fresno State has secured a commitment from star Central Valley WR, Mac Dalena. Out of San Joaquin Memorial High School, Dalena won the Central Section Division II championship last year and said his hometown program is “everything there is what I want”. His brother is currently a Senior WR for Fresno State as well.
CSU shows off new anniversary helmet
We're celebrating Homecoming and 150 years of @ColoradoStateU with a special helmet on October 5th.— Colorado State Football (@CSUFootball) June 18, 2019
More: https://t.co/dfho9AFYMB#EDGE | #CSURams pic.twitter.com/pk9hXQgIlq
Wolf Pack Catcher signs with Pirates
Nevada C Kaleb Foster, a Douglas High alum, has signed a free-agent deal with the Pirates. He's the fourth Wolf Pack player to sign with an MLB team this month. https://t.co/Ln5QGMivaT— Chris Murray (@MurrayNSN) June 17, 2019
On the horizon:
- Later Today: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Mountain West Wide Receivers
- Coming Wednesday: Peak Perspective: A Look Into San Jose State Recruiting
- Coming Thursday: Ranking Boise State’s Top Players: Number 11