Coach Craig Bohl has kicked off his 2017 Wyoming football recruiting class with a verbal from a Wyoming native in Torrington’s Logan Harris.  The 6’3″, 283-pound lineman could play on either side of the ball, offensive guard or defensive tackle.

Harris picked the Cowboys over offers from Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College.  Outside of attending the Wyoming camp this past weekend, he also visited Montana State and Rocky Mountain.

He had also visited the Laramie campus back in March for Wyoming’s Junior Day.  At that point he knew he wanted to become a Cowboy if offered.

For a career, Harris has accumulated 106 career tackles, 18.5 for a loss, 5 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveries, 4 sacks and 1 pass break-up.  Defensively this past season, he recorded 50 tackles and 15 tackles for loss.

Last year he was named the Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25.  He was also the Conference Defensive Player of The Year for 2015 and is two-time All-State selection.

This past track season, Harris competed at the Wyoming State High School Track and Field Championships, finishing first in the shot put (55-2 1/2) and second in the discus (144-5).   He also won the indoor state shot put title last winter (58-3 1/4).

When it comes to the weight room, Harris has a self reported 455-pound squat and a 355-pound bench press.

He will join Skyler Miller who is a incoming walk-on for the Cowboys from Torrington.