First-year Wyoming football coach Craig Bohl sat down with some media members Tuesday to look back at spring drills, and to look forward to the future as he and his staff continue to put their mark on the program.
Here are a few questions and answers from that 30-minute interview. See Thursday’s Wyoming Tribune Eagle and Laramie Boomerang, and log on to wyopsorts.net for much more from Bohl.
Are you a coach that hopes to get verbal commitments early from recruits so when signing day comes its just a matter of making sure they sign?
“There’s a happy medium there. Time and time again, staffs will make mistakes. They will get everyone committed, and football players change a little bit. The next thing you know you have one offensive tackle committed and the other guys is turning out better, or better guys become available.
“Typically the guys we will have verbal commitments from will have been on campus informally or unofficially. They’ve seen the school and we’ve seen them. I just don’t anticipate 20 of our of the 25 guys we will sign will be committed before the season starts. Typically, those schools that do that are in the top five nationally. We’re not there but I do think we will have some commitments.”