December 25, 2008
Cowboys Offer Branson Linemen
The Wyoming football program has extended 6 foot 6, 250 pound offensive/defensive linemen Mark Hill a scholarship. Hill recieved early interest from Missouri who has apparently offered, Arkansas, and Kansas. The Cowboys under a new coaching staff have began making Hill a recruiting priority. Hill is the brother of former Razorback hoops player Steven Hill where he camped earlier this summer.
"I think I had a pretty solid performance," Hill said. "My speed was the best it has been so far. I think I will play offensive tackle in college, but it's slightly possible I could play tight end. My pass protection definitely improved. I feel I really improved in that area."
Wyoming appears to be recruiting Hill as either an offensive or defensive linemen, though his athleticism will allow him to be looked at a couple of positions at the college level.
Hill looks to be a very athletic prospect who run below a five-flat forty and possesses a good frame that can be enhanced in a college workout program. He starred at Branson High School in Branson, Missouri and performed well during a summer camp at the University of Arkansas, according to HawgSports.com.
Hill, along with Wide Receivers David Tooley, Parker Graham, and Ghali Muhammed are Missouri products offered by Dave Christensen's Wyoming staff.
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