We are creeping up on July 4th. The conference is still giving us updates every day.
Nevada football lands three-star Jeremiah Bodwin. He is class of 2021 and plays outside linebacker. He will be a very impactful player for the program.
San Diego State lands Cameron Harpole. He is a tight-end out of Texas. Harpole is ranked a three-star in the class of 2021.
Je’lani Clark is going to put on a show for the Wolfpack. He was named freshman of the year in San Francisco. The 6’2 guard plays with high intensity and a lot of grit.
Je'Lani Clark is one of five incoming freshmen that will join the team in 2020-21. Clark was selected as the San Francisco Player of Year after averaging 15.8 points, five rebounds and three assists his senior year. #BattleBornhttps://t.co/zyvUBDqnfq pic.twitter.com/m3auA5DqwE— Nevada Basketball (@NevadaHoops) June 22, 2020
Cole McDonald from Hawaii is on the move to Tennessee. The Titans have now added him to their depth chart.
Titans agree to deal with seventh-round quarterback https://t.co/AXe7hXJI4w— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 22, 2020
If you want a little bit of odds to get your mind rolling. Here they are.
Probability for MWC Teams to Make a Bowl in 2020 According to ESPN’s FPI:— WestCoastCFB.com (@WestCoastCFB) June 20, 2020
1. Boise St - 99.5%
2. SDSU - 93%
3. AFA - 92.2%
4. Wyoming - 88.8%
5. Nevada - 69.9%
6. CSU - 64.4%
7. Fresno - 63.3%
8. SJSU - 43.8%
9. Hawaii - 42.5%
10. NM - 36.4%
11. Utah St - 24.8%
12. UNLV - 7.6%
On The Horizon:
- Later today: Peak Perspective: Thoughts on MWC Board of Director Meetings.
- Later today: Revisiting the 2016 Boise State class: Linebackers
- Coming tomorrow: Examining the Air Force Defense