October 14, 2010

JUCO Trio To Visit UW

The Cowboy football program will get a visit from three teammates from Iowa Western Commmunity College on Monday, October 18th.

Offensive linemen Dan Heiar and Dallas Hendrickson, and quarterback Zach Stoudt have been offered scholarships from Wyoming and plan on visiting after the homecoming weekend game against Utah.

The Pokes are looking to strengthen their offensive line and like the ability shown by Heiar and Hendrikson on film. Both should be mid-semester graduates, allowing to enroll at any school and participate in 2011 spring drills.

Heiar, a 6-foot-5 and 280 pound tackle possesses good fundamentals and strength, and blocking ability.

"I think my sets are pretty good, my tackle sets are," Heiar said. "I can reach block pretty well, but other than that, I think I'm just another ordinary kid."

Hendrikson, is little undersized with height at 6-foot-1, though he's made a good transition to center in the junior college level. He's listed at 290 pounds.

"Coming out of high school, colleges weren't sure about me because of my height," Hendrikson said. "The transition to center has been good. Really it wasn't that hard. And I have to credit the coaches at Iowa Western they really got me ready in a hurry."

The highest regarded recruit of the trio is Stoudt, who originally signed with Louisville out of high school to play quarterback. He is a prototypical player at the position with his 6-foot-5 and 225 pound frame, and a strong arm to go along with his size.

The junior college quarterback also looks to be a mid-semester graduate, while his younger brother in Coffman High School (Dublin, OH) quarterback Cole Stoudt is on the Cowboys recruiting radar.

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