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LARAMIE -- It is never too early to talk, or in this case, track college football recruiting.

Here is an early look at some of the known offers the University of Wyoming has made to recruits for its 2020 recruiting class. The tracker will be updated throughout the year leading up to the early signing period in December and the late signing period in February of 2020.

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KNOWN SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS

Michael Alaimo

Position: Quarterback

Height/weight: 6-5, 208

School: St. Joseph's Regional High

Hometown: Montvale, N.J.

Star rating: 4 by rivals.com, 3 by 247sports.com

About Alaimo: Ranked as the No. 214 recruit in the country and No. 9 quarterback by rivals.com through mid-February of 2019, and the No. 1 recruit in New Jersey by maxpreps.com. As a junior Alaimo was 102 of 186 for 1,450 yards with 13 touchdowns and three interceptions, and added 87 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Listed as a pro-style quarterback. Also punted and averaged 39.1 yards as a junior. Alaimo had 12 offers through mid-February of 2019 with Purdue as the early favorite. Some of his other offers were from Boston College, California, Cincinnati, North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Temple.

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Seth Anderson

Position: Offensive/defensive lineman

Height/weight: 6-4, 260

School: Moorhead High

Hometown: Moorhead, Minnesota

Star rating: 3 by rivals.com and 247sports.com

About Anderson: A three-star prospect by rivals.com as a defensive end, and a three-star recruit by 247sports.com as an offensive guard. Anderson is a two-time all-district player who also can long snap. As a junior recorded 75 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, three quarterback sacks and one fumble recovery. Offers through early March of 2019 were from Buffalo, Kansas, North Dakota, North Dakota State and South Dakota State. Also visited Iowa for its junior day.

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Kaleo Ballungay

Position: Tight end

Height/weight: 6-6, 225

School: Kimball High

Hometown: Tracy, California

Star rating: 2 by 247sports.com

About Ballungay: As a junior caught 20 passes for 464 yards and five touchdowns, and was named second team all-league. Wyoming was his first offer, and also has offers from California and Nevada through early March of 2019. Has made an unofficial visit to Cal. Also plays defensive end in high school, and could transition there at the college level.

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Robert Cooper

Position: Offensive line

Height/weight: 6-5, 245

School: Bethel High

Hometown: Spanaway, Washington

Star rating: n/a

About Cooper: Plays offensive tackle and defensive tackle in high school, and earned first team all-conference as a junior. Wyoming was his first offer from a FBS school.

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Russell Corrigan

Position: Tight end

Height/weight: 6-4, 230

School: Hutchinson High

Hometown: Hutchinson, Minnesota

Star rating: n/a

About Corrigan: As a junior caught seven passes for 254 yards and four touchdowns. Also recorded nine tackles on defense as a defensive end. Wyoming was his first offer from a FBS school, although there was interest from Iowa and Minnesota through early March of 2019. Other offers were from North Dakota, Northern Iowa, South Dakota and South Dakota State.

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Terah Edwards

Position: Offensive guard

Height/weight: 6-4, 310

School: Groveport Madison High

Hometown: Groveport, Ohio

Star rating: 3 by rivals.com and 247sports.com

About Edwards: Had 19 offers through early March of 2019, and at that time Michigan State and Northwestern appeared to be among his favorites. Other offers were from Indiana, Iowa State, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and most of the Mid-America Conference schools. Has played offensive guard and tackle in high school, and some along the defensive line.

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Zachary Evans

Position: Running back

Height/weight: 6-0, 213

School: North Shore High

Hometown: Houston

Star rating: 5 by rivals.com and 247sports.com

About Evans: Ranked as one of the top overall recruits in the class of 2020, and also one of the top prospects in Texas. Through mid-March had offers from 43 schools, and Texas appears to be among the leaders.

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Garrett Hayes

Position: Offensive tackle

Height/weight: 6-5, 275

School: Athens High

Hometown: Athens, Texas

Star rating: 3 by rivals.com and 247sports.com

About Hayes: Had 19 pancake blocks as a junior. Has received 17 offers through mid-February of 2019, some of which are from Baylor, Colorado, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Oregon, TCU, Tennessee, Texas Tech and Washington.

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Adam Karas

Position: Offensive line

Height/weight: 6-4, 275

School: Pomona High

Hometown: Arvada, Colorado

Star rating: 3 by rivals.com and 247sports.com

About Karas: Rated as the No. 9 recruit in Colorado by 247sports.com as an offensive tackle. Through mid-March of 2019 had 10 offers: Air Force, Army, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas, Northern Colorado, San Jose State, Washington State and Wyoming.

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Winyorri Kelly

Position: Offensive guard

Height/weight: 6-3, 345

School: Tampa Bay Christian Academy

Hometown: Tampa, Florida

Star rating: n/a

About Kelly: Wyoming was his third offer through mid-February of 2019. He also had early offers from South Alabama and Coastal Carolina.

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Max Lofy

Position: Athlete

Height/weight: 5-11, 165

School: Pine Creek High

Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Star rating: n/a

About Lofy: Could play running back, wide receiver or defensive back at the college level. As a junior, Lofy had 30 carries for 411 yards and seven touchdowns and caught 18 passes for 499 yards and seven touchdowns. Defensively, Lofy recorded 32 tackles, one tackle for loss and broke up five passes.

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Nick Miles

Position: Tight end

Height/weight: 6-5, 225

School: Chaparral High

Hometown: Parker, Colorado

Star rating: n/a

About Miles: In seven games as a junior, Miles caught 13 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown. Also plays lacrosse in high school. 

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Marcus Miller

Position: Offensive line

Height/weight: 6-4, 265

School: Castro Valley High

Hometown: Castro Valley, California

Star rating: n/a

About Miller: Likely a guard at the college level, but plays along the offensive line and some at defensive end in high school. Wyoming was his second offer through late February of 2019. His first offer was from San Jose State.

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Isaiah Newell

Position: Running back

Height/weight: 6-3, 215

School: Las Lomas High

Hometown: Walnut Creek, California

Star rating: 3 by rivals.com and 247sports.com

About Newell: As a junior rushed for 2,166 yards and 32 touchdowns as Las Lomas went 10-0 in the regular season. Through early March of 2019, Newell had offers from Arizona State, Fresno State, Oregon State, San Jose State and Utah.

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George Sell

Position: Offensive tackle

Height/weight: 6-5, 260

School: Kenston High

Hometown: Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Star rating: n/a

About Sell: Visited Wyoming the weekend of March 8-10. Through mid-March also had offers from Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Kent State, Toledo, Tulane and Ohio.

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Patrick Selna

Position: Offensive/defensive line

Height/weight: 6-6, 285

School: Piedmont High

Hometown: Oakland, California

Star rating: 3 by 247sports.com

About Selna: Plays on both lines in high school. Rivals.com lists him as an offensive tackle, but 247sports.com as a defensive tackle. A first team All-League pick as a junior. Offers through early March of 2019 were from Wyoming, Air Force and San Jose State.

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Hosia Stokes

Position: Athlete

Height/weight: 5-9, 163

School: Adelanto High

Hometown: Adelanto, California

Star rating: 3 by 247sports.com

About Stokes: As a junior played running back and defensive back. Had 51 carries for 876 yards, eight touchdowns and four 100-yard games, and caught 44 passes for 913 yards and 12 touchdowns. Defensively, Stokes recorded 96 tackles, four interceptions, recovered three fumbles and forced one fumble. He also returned kickoffs and punts. Offers through mid-February of 2019 were from BYU and Northern Arizona.

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Caleb Taylor

Position: Defensive end

Height/weight: 6-4, 240

School: Hazelwood Central High

Hometown: Florisaant, Missouri

Star rating: 3 by 247sports.com

About Taylor: Ranked as the No. 29 recruit in Missouri for the class of 2020 by 247sports.com. Offers through early March of 2019 have been from Iowa State, Ball State and Eastern Michigan.

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Keshaun Taylor

Position: Wide receiver/defensive back

Height/weight: 6-0 195

School: Thomas Jefferson High

Hometown: Denver

Star rating: n/a

About Taylor: A second team Class 3A All-State pick as a junior where he caught 30 passes for 589 yards and four touchdowns, ran 15 times for 131 yards and two touchdowns and recorded 58 tackles, six interceptions, nine pass break-ups, forced two fumbles and recovered two fumbles. Taylor also blocked two field goals, one punt and returned punts and kickoffs. Through mid-February of 2019, Wyoming and Northern Colorado were his offers.

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Isaac White

Position: Wide receiver/defensive back

Height/weight: 6-2, 191

School: Mullen High

Hometown: Denver

Star rating: n/a

About White: In seven games as a junior, White caught 31 passes for 438 yards and two touchdowns and recorded 33 tackles and one interception. Also returned punts and punted the ball four times. Plays basketball, and through mid-February of 2019 averaged 10.1 points and 1.4 assists per game. Early offers have been from Air Force and CSU-Pueblo.

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Leshon Williams

Position: Running back

Height/weight: 5-10, 205

School: Richards High

Hometown: Oak Lawn, Illinois

Star rating: 3 by 247sports.com

About Williams: Has received offers from most of the schools in the Mid-American Conference through mid-February 2019. Also has played wide receiver in high school. Made an unofficial visit to Minnesota, and more interest from Power 5 schools likely is coming.

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Robert Gagliardi is the WyoSports senior editor. He can be reached at rgagliardi@wyosports.net or 307-755-3325. Follow him on Twitter at @rpgagliardi.

 

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