"Students from Central and East High Schools will sign on the dotted line in front of friends and family to make the dream of playing college sports official."
Cheyenne, WY (KGWN)- The University of Wyoming is holding a signing day press conference with head coach Craig Bohl.
The school will announce all of the players who have signed letters of intent to play football at Wyoming. The number is expected to be 22 which will fill an available 25 scholarships.
Assistant coaches will be made available to the media for the first time, as this transitional coaching staff continues to establish a new era of Cowboy football.
Across Wyoming high school athletes are affirming their commitment to continue playing careers by signing their college letters of intent.
Travis Romsa from Burns High School signed his letter to play offensive line for Chadron State.
In Cheyenne, South High School student Heather Amen signed to play softball at Dodge City Community in January.
On signing day, students from Central and East High Schools will sign on the dotted line in front of friends and family to make the dream of playing college sports official.
Here's the list of who is signing from East:
Sarah Erickson – Soccer (University of Wyoming)
Shane Brooks – Football (Black Hills State)
Eric Williams – Football (Presentation College)
Brian Lopez – Baseball (Western Nebraska Community College)
Tommy Weber – Soccer (Laramie County Community College)
Nate Frederick – Cross Country (Black Hills State)
Here's the list of who is signing from Central:
Tristan Tyrrell - Soccer (University of Wyoming)
Madison Barber - Soccer (Montana State)
Damon McCleary - Football (Dakota Wesley)
Judd Stewart - Football (Black Hills State)