October 23, 2010

Wyoming Picks Up Two Commits

The Wyoming football picked up two more commitments for the 2011 class over the last week when a three star quarterback and a big, physical safety from Germany verballed the program.

Cole Stoudt, a 6-foot-5 and 195 pound quarterback from Dublin, OH (Coffman High School) and Mark Nzeocha, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound safety from Neusitz, Germany, verbally committed to Wyoming over the last seven days.

Stoudt is a highly recruited player who has received scholarship offers from several programs including Clemson, Arizona State, Colorado, Cincinnati, and South Florida. He visited Clemson last week.

The Ohio quarterback brings a good frame with plenty of potential to add size and good accuracy on short and medium throws, a good fit for a spread offense.

The quarterback's older brother in Zach Stoudt visited Laramie on Monday, while the younger one checked out the campus three weeks ago.

Nzeocha is friends with current Cowboy linebacker Oliver Schober, who's also from Germany. The German visited Laramie last weekend.

Nzeocha brings the Cowboys an athletic defensive prospect running a 4.48 yard dash and good strength for a secondary prospect.

The safety plays for the Franken Knights football club. He is expected to enroll at UW in January and bring four years of eligibility to the Cowboys.

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