Colorado's lineman loves the Cowboys

One Colorado High prospect has been attending summer camps at Wyoming for several years now. It only makes sense for Castle Rock Colorado offensive lineman Mike Moudy to have grown up liking the Cowboy Football program. Go inside this story to find out why Moudy loves the Cowboys and what he had to say about the new coaching staff.

One Colorado High prospect has been attending summer camps at Wyoming for several years now.

It only makes sense for Castle Rock Colorado offensive lineman Mike Moudy to have grown up liking the Cowboy Football program.

Living only three hours a way, Moudy grew up watching and enjoying the Wyoming Cowboys. After attending camps for several years, the stand out offensive lineman has fell in love with the charm of Laramie.

"I love it up there," Moudy told CowboyBlitz.com Sunday. "Wyoming has always been one of my favorite schools; I have a lot of interest in them. With the new coaching staff there is a lot of excitement surrounding the program; it only makes things better there for me."

Moudy currently holds official offers form Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado State, Kansas State, Stanford and Northwestern.

One thing that impresses Moudy about the Wyoming campus is the home feel he gets in Laramie.

"I love it there," Moudy said. "I'm a country boy that loves to fish and hunt; it's a great place for me."

Moudy has been in contact with the new coaching staff and is excited so far with what he has seen.

"They have been great to talk to," Moudy said. "They seem very knowledgeable and very fired up about being there."

Moudy will continue his summer camp attendance this summer, he is already making plans, he is excited about getting to know the new coaching staff even better.

On paper, Moudy has everything you are looking for in a college recruit. At a long 6-6 and weighing 260 pounds, Moudy has tackle size. Currently, benching 295, squatting 425 and cleaning 275, Moudy should put on good weight over the next two seasons. Along with increasing his size and strength, Moudy plans to continue playing basketball so he can work on his foot speed. Added to this is a 3.6 GPA.

When Moudy received the official offer from the Cowboys, he was more than ecstatic.

"I can't describe how excited I was," Moudy said. "It's something I was definitely wanting."

While Moudy was hesitant about name an early favorite, he made one thing clear.

"Wyoming is definitely up there," Moudy said. "They have always been one of my favorites."


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