June 23, 2010
Cowboys Recruiting Mullen Linebacker
The Cowboys continue to be on Mullen High School linebacker Brady Daigh's recruiting radar with plenty of time left to make a decision for the 6-foot-2 and 220 pound Denver product.
Daigh has received two offers from front range schools in Wyoming and Colorado State, and received interest from CU, San Diego State, and Kansas State.
Former Cowboy standout Zach Morris who played defensive line for former UW head coach Joe Glenn is one of Daigh's assistant coaches at Mullen.
Morris gives the Cowboys a little bit of an inside track to Daigh where the current UW staff has high interest in the 2011 prospect.
"I hear good things about the Wyoming coaching staff and how they got the program heading in the right direction," said Daigh. "The coaches will teach and develop players."
Daigh seems to fit the Cowboy mentality as a tough inside linebacker playing a hard nosed fashion of football.
"I go out and play with everything I got and work every snap," said Daigh. "I play north-to-south and down hill with my football ability. The coaches like that about my ability."
Wyoming's among the schools Daigh would like to visit in the near future. He's already attended camps at Kansas State and Colorado State, and visited the CU campus.
Daigh is rated as one of the top defensive prospects in the state of Colorado and received a national ranking from Rivals.com as the #29 inside linebacker.
He has registered 204 tackles and 3 sacks combining his junior and sophomore seasons at Mullen.
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