Former Western Kentucky assistant Allen Edwards is joining the party.
Wyoming basketball coach Larry Shyatt hires the former Kentucky player to round out his staff on the same day he snags his first recruit.
Denver native Tyrone Marshall commits to play for the Pokes and on the surface looks like a solid replacement for the departed Amath M'Baye.
A 6-foot-8 forward, Marshall averaged 15 points, 9 rebounds, and six blocks his senior year at George Washington high school.
Marshall was named "Honorable Mention, All-State" by the Denver Post and also registered three triple-doubles as a senior.
NewsChannel 5 has also learned Riley Grabau a guard from boulder high school loved his visit to Wyoming last week.
His prep coach Alan Schulz says Grabau was ready to commit on the spot but he and his father decided to wait a few days and are visiting Western Kentucky this week.
With Edwards switching from the Hilltoppers to the Cowboys perhaps Grabau's chances of coming to UW are even higher than we previously thought.
More Info on New Cowboy recruit Tyrone Marshall - Courtesy UW Media Relations Staff
"We are very pleased to announce that Tyrone (Marshall) has decided to join our basketball program at Wyoming," said UW head coach Larry Shyatt. "We were extremely impressed with Tyrone on the court, and we were even more impressed with his values and his enthusiasm for helping us begin our new era here at Wyoming. When we had the opportunity to meet his family and his high school coach (Michael Rogers), it was easy to see why Tyrone is such an outstanding young man.
"Tyrone has tomorrow written all over him in terms of his future basketball potential. He is going to be a very versatile forward in the future. He has a large frame and may not yet be done growing. Tyrone has good quickness and leaping ability, and if he becomes consumed with a strong work ethic could be a terrific, high-level basketball player for us.
"I want to compliment Coach (Michael) Rogers for the great job he has done in preparing Tyrone on the court and in helping him develop a strong mindset in terms of how he approaches the game. Our coaching staff and players were very impressed with: Tyrone's level of interest in our program; his strong desire to be the best player he can be; and in his commitment to leaving Wyoming with a college degree."