Under new Head Coach Craig Bohl the Wyoming Cowboys have claimed new territory in Colorado going after top talent. Not wanting to miss out on two of Colorado's fastest skill players the Cowboys offered 2015 Cherry Creek teammates Milo Hall and Joseph Parker.
Hall, a 5-9 180 pound running back rushed for over 1,400 yards last season for Cherry Creek, is a strong runner with breakaway speed. Hall, who looks to play slot for Wyoming had limited catches for Cherry Creek and was also a very dangerous kick returner. Hall also holds an offer from Northern Colorado.
Parker, a 5-10 180 pound receiver has impressed at camps over the past few days. Last week at Colorado State camp, Parker picked up his first offer, he followed that up with a strong performance at Kansas State and then gained today's offer while camping at Wyoming. Parker says the offer came from Cowboy Head Coach Craig Bohl. Regarding the Wyoming program Parker said, "I loved the staff! They definitely know how to win coming from NDSU. Wyoming is back on the rise." Parker, if he opts for
Wyoming will feel at home quickly pointing out that current Cowboy and former Grandview standout Tanner Gentry is a good friend. Looking at the possibility of playing with Hall at the next level, Parker said, "It is a blessing. It would be great to continue being teammates with him in college.
Regarding what is up next, Parker may camp at Colorado but he is focused on, "working hard and trying to impress more coaches, but Wyoming was absolutely outstanding!" Beyond recruiting, Hall and Parker are key pieces of an extremely talented Cherry Creek squad that looks to be one of the best teams in the state of Colorado.