The 2021 NFL Draft was thin on Mountain West players, but don’t expect that to continue into 2022. Nevada’s Carson Strong appears in this top 50, and could be a name trending upward should he have nationally dominant season this upcoming fall. Time to strike the iron while it’s hot in Reno.
Speaking of Nevada, read up on the post-spring depth chart for the Wolf Pack offense, which could be the best in the Mountain West, and one of the best in the nation.
As noted above, expect the 2022 crop of MWC talent to be much improved from last week’s draft. This list is heavy on Nevada talent. It’s been a decade plus since the Wolf Pack have been this good, they’ll need to jump on the opportunity.
Why is Hawaii so keen on pushing forward the expansion of T.C. Ching Complex? Oh, that’s why...
Best of luck, Lobos, Broncos, Wolf Pack, and Aztecs!
.@UNMLoboMGolf, @BroncoSportsMGF and @NevadaMensGolf will all head to the Albuquerque regional for the NCAA Men's Golf Championship!#AtThePeak | #GoLobos | #BleedBlue | #BattleBorn pic.twitter.com/j3ZTG7TG4B— Mountain West (@MW_OlySports) May 5, 2021
Not sure about that one, Chuck
On The Horizon:
Today: Revisiting the Boise State 2017 Class Part 2: Wide Receivers
Friday: Friday Night Lights Review S1E10