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The 2017 Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018, in the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center on the campus of the University of Wyoming, Laramie.

2016 Scholar-Athlete Finalists

Classification 1A-6

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Dalton Abarr (Meeteetse)
Coach Matt Jensen

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DALTON ABARR #12
MEETEETSE HIGH SCHOOL – 1A 6-MAN – BACK

As a freshman in 2013, Dalton Abarr was a member of the first Wyoming high school football team to play a game in Texas when the Meeteetse Longhorns traveled to Robert Lee, Texas, to play the Robert Lee Steers. Head Football Coach Matt Jensen has called the 6’0″, 175-pound quarterback and defensive back “one of the finest student-athletes I have ever had the privilege to coach.” Dalton was a four-year starter and team captain as a junior and senior, and his leadership and work ethic helped foster growth in his younger teammates. A four-time First Team All-Conference and three-time First Team All-State selection, he was named the 2016 1A 6-Man Offensive Player of the Year. Although Dalton was hampered by an ankle injury that limited his playing time, he accounted for 2,245 all-purpose yards and 26 touchdowns as a senior. During his career the Longhorns played in two state semi-final and two state championship football games, and he was a member of the 2013 1A 6-Man State Championship Team. Dalton has been selected to play for the North Shrine Team and will play in the 2017 Wyoming-Nebraska 6-Man Shootout and the Can-Am Bowl. He has also earned letters in basketball and track. Dalton has a 3.94 grade point average, scored a 25 on his ACT, and ranks 2nd in a class of 13. A three-year member of the National Honor Society, he has been named the Academic Athlete of the Month eleven times. Dalton is active in Future Farmers of America and served as Parliamentarian as a sophomore, Treasurer as a junior, and President as a senior. He has given back to the community by participating in a variety of FFA community service projects and helped to construct a community greenhouse. Dalton plans to attend the University of Wyoming where he will study business. His proud parents are Louis and Rebecca Abarr.

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Garrett Cooper (Lingle-Ft. Laramie)
Coach Matt Cornelius

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GARRETT COOPER #52
LINGLE-FT. LARAMIE HIGH SCHOOL – 1A 6-MAN – BACK

As a senior, Garrett Cooper was faced with the challenge of moving from 11-man to 6-man football, and he was asked to move from his center position to play quarterback. Bolstered by a strong work ethic and a positive attitude, the team captain and three-year starter made a successful transition to 6-man football and led the Doggers into the first round of the playoffs. Garrett is a three-time First Team All-Conference and two-time First Team All-State selection and was named the 1A 6-Man Co-Defensive Player of the Year and the 1A 6-Man East Conference Defensive Player of the Year; he will play in the Wyoming-Nebraska 6-Man Shootout. A team captain in basketball, he was a First Team All-Conference selection as a junior, has lettered in soccer, and is the recipient of two WHSAA Sportsmanship Awards. Garrett has a 3.93 grade point average, scored a 24 on his ACT, and ranks 6th in a class of 24. He has participated in Duke TIP, an enrichment program for gifted students, has attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Awakening Camp, was named Dogger of the Quarter, and has received his school’s Math Student of the Year Award twice. Garrett is a member of the National Honor Society and FCA, is senior class Vice-President, and is the President of the Student Council. He is actively involved in FBLA where he has served as both President and Vice-President and was a national qualifier as a junior. Garrett is also a long-time member and former Vice-President of 4-H. He has given back to his community by participating in various National Honor Society, Student Council, FBLA, and 4-H community service projects; and is active in his church. Garrett plans to attend the University of Wyoming where he will study architectural engineering. His proud parents are Jason and Kim Cooper.

Classification 1A

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Garrett Vezain (Rocky Mountain)
Coach Richard Despain

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GARRETT VEZAIN #62
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL – 1A LINEMAN

When a new coach takes over and the football program moves in a different direction, it helps if your team leaders set an example and buy into the program. Garrett Vezain was one of seven seniors who played for the Grizzlies in 2016, and he played a key role in leading them to the 1A state playoffs, where they lost to the eventual state champions. Named Rocky Mountain High School Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, his positive attitude, strong work ethic, and willingness to do what was asked allowed the new staff to build the team around him. The 6’0″, 220-pound team captain and offensive and defensive tackle was the leader of a defense that led the 1A classification in total defense. A four-year letterman, he was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection and was named First Team All-State and Super 25 Third Team as a senior. Garrett is the recipient of a WHSSA Sportsmanship Award and will play for the North Shrine Team. He has also lettered in wrestling and soccer. Garrett is co-captain of the wrestling team and finished third in the class 2A 220-pound weight division as a sophomore and second as a junior. He has a 3.97 grade point average, scored a 26 on his ACT, ranks 2nd in a class of 27, and has been named Student of the Quarter three times. Garrett is a three-year member of the National Honor Society and was a freshman class representative. He is active in FBLA, where he has served as Parliamentarian as a sophomore, Vice-President as a junior, and is currently the State Secretary-Treasurer. Garrett has participated in a variety of FBLA, NHS, and church youth group community service projects and coached at summer sports camps for kids. He plans to attend Northwest Community College where he will study aeronautics. His proud parents are Mark & Shilo Christman.

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Brennan Kutterer (Tongue River)
Coach John Scott

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BRENNAN KUTTERER #5
TONGUE RIVER HIGH SCHOOL – 1A BACK

Brennan Kutterer first caught the attention of Coach John Scott five years ago in an eighth grade physical education class, and a short time later he realized that Brennan represented the future of Tongue River High School football. Endowed with a passion for the game, Brennan has been instrumental in helping to revitalize the football program and led the Eagles to back-to-back appearances in the state championship game. At 6’2″, 190-pounds, the four-year starter has demonstrated unusual versatility throughout his career by playing several positions on offense and defense. A team captain as a senior, he is a three-time First Team All-Conference and two-time First Team All-State selection and was named to the Super 25 First Team as a senior and Third Team as a junior. This year Brennan played quarterback and was chosen as the state 1A Offensive Player of the Year, the 1A East Conference Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year, and the Sheridan County Football Player of the Year; he was the state 1A Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and will play for the North Shrine Team. He is a three-year starter on the basketball team and was the state 2A 400 meter champion as a junior. Brennan has a 3.7 grade point average, scored a 25 on his ACT, ranks 10th in a class of 33, and has earned four academic letters. He is actively involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and in the Family Career and Community Leaders of America. Brennan has given back to his community by volunteering at the Tongue River Valley Community Center, community clean-up day, the Rotary Club garage sale, the Christmas Give it Away Project, and by donating to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. He plans to attend the University of Wyoming where he will study pre-medicine and play football. His proud parents are Terry and Chanda Richards.

Classification 2A

Lineman
Andrew Ratty (Big Horn)
Coach Michael McGuire

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ANDREW RATTY #79
BIG HORN HIGH SCHOOL – 2A LINEMAN

Big Horn High School Head Football Coach Michael McGuire says that Andrew Ratty, “plays the game the right way, hard all the time.” Blessed with a pair of the best hands on the team, he was needed on the line, where his versatility allowed him to play anywhere on the offensive line or in the front seven on defense. Although he was the smallest lineman on the team, the leader and “elder statesman” of the offensive line was also the most experienced. His unselfish attitude and great work ethic made him a great role model for a young and inexperienced group and helped lead the Rams to the 2016 2A state championship. The 5’10’, 175-pound offensive tackle and linebacker was a team captain as a senior, a four-year letterman, and a three-year starter on both sides of the ball. Andrew is a two-time First Team All-Conference selection and was named First Team All-State and made the Super 25 Third Team as a senior. A force on defense, during his career he had 42 solo tackles, 125 assisted tackles, 7.5 quarterback sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss, 2 pass break-ups, 3 fumble recoveries, and 1 interception. He has also earned letters in basketball and track and plays American Legion Baseball in the summer. Andrew has a 3.62 grade point average, scored a 23 on his ACT, and ranks 14th in a class of 38. He is an editor of the yearbook and school newspaper, is actively involved in the Future Business Leaders of America and Skills USA, and is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Andrew has given back to his community by participating in rodeo cleanup and stage set-up and takedown, tutoring elementary students, and coaching at youth football, basketball, and baseball camps. He plans to attend The University of Western Montana and study education. His proud parents are Bob and Martha Ratty.

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Nolan McCafferty (Big Horn)
Coach Michael McGuire

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NOLAN McCAFFERTY #42
BIG HORN HIGH SCHOOL – 2A BACK

An outstanding leader, competitor, and unselfish team player, Nolan McCafferty is driven by a strong work ethic and the desire to excel in the classroom and on the football field. A team captain as a senior, the 5’11”, 200-pound fullback and middle linebacker has earned a reputation as a punishing blocker, tackler, and short yardage back. In the four years that he played for the Big Horn Rams, they have compiled a record of 39-5, made three trips to the 2A state championship game, and won two conference and two state championships. Nolan is a three-time First Team All-Conference and All-State selection, and was named to the Super 25 First Team as a junior and senior and Second Team as a sophomore. In 2016 Nolan was named the 2A Defensive Player of the Year, the 2A East Conference Defensive Player of the Year, and made the USA Today All-Wyoming Football Team; he was a member of the WCA Academic All-State Team in 2015 and 2016. Nolan is also an all-state performer and captain of the basketball team and plays American Legion Baseball in the summer. He has a 4.0 grade point average, scored a 30 on his ACT, and ranks 1st in a class of 37. Nolan is a two-year member of the National Honor Society, an editor of the school yearbook, and was a leader in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has given back to his community by volunteering to serve food to patients and employees at the local hospital; providing Christmas gifts to underprivileged kids in foreign countries through the Samaritans Purse program; participating in Ram Mentors, an elementary school tutoring program; and coaching at youth football and basketball camps. Nolan is currently undecided at this time as to a course of study but plans to attend Rocky Mountain College, Billings, where he will play football. His proud parents are Mike and Eileen McCafferty.

Classification 3A

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McCabe Smith (Star Valley)
Coach McKay Young

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McCABE SMITH #77
STAR VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL – 3A LINEMAN

Star Valley Head Football Coach McKay Young believes games are won in the trenches, and fortunately for the Braves, they had McCabe Smith, one of the best lineman in the state. A three-year letterman and guard on offense, they ran almost exclusively behind him on their way to two consecutive 3A state football championships. On defense, he was a virtual one-man wrecking crew from his nose tackle position and consistently beat blocks to get quarterback sacks and tackles for loss. From the way he plays football, you would never know that McCabe spent much of his first year of life in a neonatal intensive care unit; it was unlikely he would ever become an athlete. Coach Young has said, “More important than being an outstanding high school football player, McCabe is a great human being” who made his teammates around him better. The 5’10”, 220-pounder is a two-time first Team All-Conference and All-State selection and was named to the Super 25 first team as a junior and senior; he will play for the South Shrine Team. During his career he had 33 solo tackles, 84 assisted tackles, 12 sacks and 24 tackles for loss, 1 pass break-up, and 1 fumble recovery. McCabe has also lettered in wrestling and track. He finished second in the 2016 3A West Regional Wrestling Tournament in the 220-pound weight division and finished third at state, helping the Braves win the state wrestling championship. McCabe has a 3.394 grade point average, scored a 25 on his ACT, and ranks 74th in a class of 190. An Eagle Scout, he has participated in a variety of church community service projects, volunteered at a battered women’s and children’s center, and coached at youth football and wrestling camps. McCabe plans to attend either Utah State University or the University of Wyoming where he will study computer science. His proud parents are Todd and Bonnie Smith.

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T.J. Abraham (Powell)
Coach Chanler Buck

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T.J. ABRAHAM #34
POWELL HIGH SCHOOL – 3A BACK

If leadership is about impact, influence, and inspiration, then T.J. Abraham’s verbal and physical presence helped lead an overlooked and unsung Powell Panther football team to the 2016 3A state championship football game. Driven to excel in the classroom and on the athletic field, his energy and emotion were contagious and prompted his coach Chanler Buck to describe T.J. as an “unbelievable team leader.” The 5’8″, 158-pound running back and linebacker was a four-year letterman and team captain as a junior and senior. He is a three-time First Team All-Conference and two-time First Team All-State selection and was named to the Super 25 First Team as both a junior and senior. T.J. was the 2015 3A West Special Teams Player of the Year and will play for the North Shrine Team. A team captain and all-conference performer in soccer, he has also lettered in basketball where he was named the team’s Most Inspirational Player. T.J. has a 4.0 grade point average, scored a 27 on his ACT, and ranks 1st in a class of 107. He has earned four academic letters and serves as the President of the Powell High School Letterman’s Club. A self-professed “nerd,” his love for the study of space, math, and science has led to his interest in physics, chemistry, and mathematics and the desire to become an aerospace engineer. T.J. has given back to his community by participating in a variety of church youth group community service projects, volunteering at the local retirement center, and doing house repairs for the elderly. He has been involved in Adopt-A-Highway cleanup, local and regional food drives, and summer sports camps for kids; helped at a community Thanksgiving Dinner, and adopted a family for Christmas. T.J. is currently undecided as to where he will attend college but plans to study aerospace engineering and play football. His proud parents are Trent and Kolete Abraham.

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Ty Larson (Douglas)
Coach Jay Rhoades

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TY LARSON #2
DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL – 3A BACK

Ty Larson had dreamed about being the quarterback for the Bearcats since he was a kid, and in the second game of his sophomore year, his dream came true. Following quarterback Haize Weber’s emergency appendectomy, Ty was thrust into the starter’s role and he guided the Bearcats to a 13 to 7 victory over the Cody Broncs. Weber came back and led the team to the state championship game, while Ty led the junior varsity to an undefeated season. The promise, poise, and leadership evident as a sophomore was realized when he threw for 2,295 yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior. A two-year starter and team captain as a junior and senior, he is a two-time First Team All-Conference selection, and his play earned him First Team All-State and Super 25 honors as a senior; he will play for the South Shrine Team. Ty is a team captain and all-state performer in basketball and helped lead the Bearcats to a second place finish at state in 2016. He has also earned letters in soccer and track. Ty has a 3.8 grade point average, scored a 24 on his ACT, and ranks 22nd in a class of 144. He is a two-year member of the National Honor Society, a member of the Student Council, and Student Body President; and he has served as freshman, sophomore, and junior Class President. Ty has participated in a variety of National Honor Society and Student Council community service projects. He has read to elementary students, volunteered at a daycare center, participated in community trash pickup and canned food drives, coached youth football and basketball, helped at a K-2 Field Day, and raised money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Ty is currently undecided as to where he will attend college, but he plans to study business. His proud parents are Jesse and Deanna Cheney and Ryan and Candy Larson.

Classification 4A

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Lane Tucker (Campbell County)
Coach Vic Wilkerson

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LANE TUCKER #65
CAMPBELL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL – 4A LINEMAN

Blessed with unusual first-step quickness and agility for a big man, Lane Tucker has wreaked havoc on both sides of the football in the 4A classification. During his three years as a starter in the offensive line and at defensive end, the Camels went 29-6 and played in two 4A state championship football games, reaching the semi-finals in 2016. While his physical attributes would be an asset to any team, his dedication and positive attitude in the classroom, weight room, and on the football field have made him a valuable team leader who leads by example. Coach Vic Wilkinson compares Lane’s abilities to former Camel players Clint Oldenburg and John Chick, who have played in the NFL and CFL. A captain as a junior and senior, Lane is a three-time First Team All-Conference and All-State selection and was named to the Super 25 First Team as a senior and Second Team as a junior. In 2016 he was the Super 25 Defensive Player of the Year, the 4A Lineman of the Year, and the 4A West Lineman of the Year; he will play for the North Shrine Team. Lane is an all-state performer in track and is the captain of the basketball team. He has a 4.0 grade point average, scored a 28 on his ACT, ranks 37th in a class of 396, and has been on the Principal’s Honor Roll every semester at Campbell County High School. Lane is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is interested in athletic training. He has volunteered at a long-term care facility, helped at the Special Olympics, taken part in community canned food drives and trash pickup, and participated in an elementary school anti-bullying program. Lane plans to attend North Dakota State University where he will study exercise science and physical therapy and play football. His proud parents are Shawn and Natalie Tucker.

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Caleb Price (South)
Coach Dan Gallas

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CALEB PRICE #21
SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL – 4A BACK

A four-year captain of the speech and debate team, Caleb Price is proficient at Congressional Debate; a mock legislative assembly competition where students draft bills and resolutions that they and their peers later debate and pass into law. He has been described by South High School Head Football Coach Dan Gallas as, “A true renaissance man,” who is involved in leadership roles and excels in a variety of academic and athletic pursuits. A three-year letterman, the 6’3″, 205-pound fullback and linebacker was a three-year starter and a team captain as a junior and a senior. He is a two-time First Team All-Conference and All-State selection, was named to the Super 25 Third Team as a senior, and has been selected to play for the South Shrine Team. Caleb has lettered in indoor and outdoor track and co-ed cheerleading and has earned three academic letters. He has taken twelve of the eighteen Advanced Placement or Honors classes offered at his school and has a 3.85 grade point average, scored a 32 on his ACT, and ranks 5th in a class of 225. Caleb is a four-year member of the National Honor Society, Vice-President of Skills USA, and the President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is also a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and qualified for national team competition in entrepreneurship. Caleb has participated in National Honor Society and Skills USA community service projects, volunteered at the COMEA Shelter and for the Convoy of Hope, participated in a week-long mission trip to Guatemala, and plays in the band at his church. He received a WHSAA Sportsmanship Award during the 2016 football season and is the recipient of a University of Wyoming Trustees’ Scholarship. Caleb plans to attend the University of Wyoming where he will study criminal justice and play football. His proud parents are Allen and Corinna Price.

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Coy Steel (Sheridan)
Coach Don Julian

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COY STEEL #12
SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL – 4A BACK

In the first half of the fourth game of the 2015 season, Coy Steel sustained a season-ending anterior cruciate ligament injury. He was devastated and had surgery shortly after the injury, and he spent the rest of the season on the sidelines as the Broncs went on to win the 4A state championship. Immediately following the championship game, an emotional Coy grabbed Coach Don Julian and told him that they would be back in War Memorial Stadium next year and would win another championship, and they did. A team captain as a senior and a three-year letterman, the 5’9″, 175-pound wide receiver and defensive back attacked his rehabilitation relentlessly, and by spring he was back on the diamond playing American Legion Baseball. Coy prepared himself for his senior season by leading the Broncs in the weight room and in off-season workouts. For his efforts, he was selected First Team All-Conference and All-State and was named to the Super 25 First Team; Coy was the 4A Defensive Player of the Year and the 4A East Conference Defensive Player of the Year, and the Wyoming Gatorade Player of the Year. The “defensive player of the year” was arguably the most dangerous offensive weapon in the state as a wide receiver and kick returner. Coy has also lettered in basketball, plays American Legion Baseball in the summer, and has earned three academic letters. He has a 3.92 grade point average, scored a 29 on his ACT, and ranks 21st in a class of 250. Coy has given back to his community by participating in rodeo cleanup and stage setup and takedown; volunteering at the Special Olympics and Hoopjam; and helping at the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, the Sheridan Soup Kitchen, and the Taste of Sheridan. He plans to attend Montana State University where he will study civil engineering and play football. His proud parent is Amy Steel.

University of Wyoming

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Chase Roullier
Coach Craig Bohl

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CHASE ROULLIER #73
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING – OUTSTANDING LINEMAN

When you think of college athletics, you don’t automatically associate the term student-athlete with high academic achievement, and balancing the demands of collegiate athletics with classroom expectations can be tricky; but many athletes like Chase Roullier manage quite well. A team captain and four-year letterman for the Cowboys, the 6’4″, 315-pound offensive lineman started 42 of 48 games throughout his career. His senior year, Chase played center and anchored an offensive line that paved the way for running back Brian Hill to set new single-season and career rushing records and establish a new record for career rushing touchdowns. An outstanding student, Chase was a semi-finalist for the 2016 William V. Campbell Award, which is referred to as the “academic Heisman.” He graduated in December of 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a 3.2 cumulative grade point average. Chase is a four-time Mountain West Academic All-Conference Team selection. Prior to the start of the 2016 season, he was named to both the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award Watch lists, and Chase helped lead the 2016 Mountain Division Champions to the Mountain West championship game and a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl; he was named First Team All-Mountain West and was a USA Today Second Team All-American. Following the season, he played in the 2017 East-West Shrine Game and was invited to the NFL Scouting Combine. A 2012 graduate of Burnsville High School, Burnsville, Minnesota, he was a First Team All-State selection, was named to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune All-Metro Team, was voted South Suburban Conference Lineman of the Year, and was a candidate for Minnesota’s “Mr. Football Award” as a senior. Chase was also a three-year letterman in basketball. He is actively involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and made two trips to Haiti to work with kids following the 2010 earthquake. Future aspirations include playing in the NFL. His proud parents are Mark and DeeAnn Roullier.

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Eric Nzeocha
Coach Craig Bohl

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ERIC NZEOCHA #11
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING – OUTSTANDING BACK

Eric Nzeocha played an important role in helping this year’s senior class restore Cowboy football back to prominence in the Mountain West Conference. The 6’3″, 231-pound senior backed up Lucas Wacha at middle linebacker on defense and played on special teams, appearing in all 14 games this season and 49 games throughout his career. A graduate of FOS Ansbach High School in Ansbach, Germany, Eric began playing football for the Franken Knights Youth Team and was a member of the German Junior National Team which played in the European Championships in Spain. Like his brother Mark, when Eric arrived in Laramie he was tall, strong, and had good speed. The brothers resembled “action figures,” but it took a while for Eric to adjust to the speed of the game. He was confronted with schemes, shifts, checks, and audibles. He was redshirted as a freshman and played wide receiver and tight end before being moved to linebacker. In 2016, he helped lead the Mountain Division Champions to the Mountain West championship game and a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl. Eric graduated in December of 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and a 3.1 cumulative grade point average and completed a second degree in Finance in December of 2016. One of his most important accomplishments occurred when his quick response to a medical emergency was responsible for helping to save the life of one of his teammates. Eric is the son of Antonie Petersen and Chris Nzeocha and has three older brothers. His brother Mark played at Wyoming from 2011 to 2014 and just completed his second season with the Dallas Cowboys.

Non-Finalists

Cole Burbank – Meeteetse
Brady Fullerton – Riverton
Seth Frederick – Guernsey-Sunrise
Logan Harris – Torrington
Kholton Bosh – Wright
Carter Hill – Star Valley
Chris Fornstrom – Pine Bluffs
Eric Jamerman – Douglas
Dean Hatzenbiler – Tongue River
Kaden Johnson – Star Valley
Kane Leithead – Wright
Kyle Lamb – Worland
Ian Ostler – Tongue River
Hunter Lee – Riverton
Kevin Salas – Wright
Matt Lovera – Cody
Mason Schroder – Tongue River
Collin McGinley – Star Valley
Cole Simmons – Rocky Mountain
Caden Milmine – Buffalo
Ryan Speidel – Wright
Brandon Nash – Cody
Kyle Steger – Pine Bluffs
Sam Rodgers – Lander
John Thoman – Wind River
Palmer Schafer – Lander
Hunter Thompson – Pine Bluffs
Tony Schaff – Lander
Talon Thompson – Wright
Hunter Spatz – Green River
Monte Wade – Niobrara County
Chase Toco – Cody
Hunter Woodard – Upton
Josh Trembly – Lander
Riley Abraham – Lovell
Tanner Verplancke – Buffalo
Colton Bates – Big Horn
Blake Waite – Green River
Caden Bolken – Mountain View
Drew Wilson – Green River
Jaret Collins – Lovell
Mitchell Bell – East
Dane Covington – Mountain View
Tanner Bloom – Kelly Walsh

Logan Downs – Glenrock
Andrew Boint – Sheridan
Jerold Ewen – Greybull
Tyler Bower – East
Cooper Fargen – Glenrock
Trey Cimburek – Natrona County
Dawson Forcella – Greybull
Carlos Daniel – Natrona County
Blake Hall – Glenrock
Bryson Delbridge – Central
Spencer Madsen – Mountain View
Taylor Dodd – Laramie
Josh Madsen – Wheatland
Seth Green – East
Chase Markel – Wheatland
Logan Harbaugh – Natrona Country
Reece May – Lovell
Lee Hedges – Natrona County
Trace Murphey – Lovell
Noah Humble – East
Blake Murray – Mountain View
Quinn Hunt – East
Ty Paisley – Wheatland
Wyatt Jensen – East
Preston Quinley – Lyman
Preston Knight – Natrona County
Garrett Schwindt – Glenrock
Nathan Logemann – East
Wesley Taylor – Wheatland
Parker Long – Campbell County
Tanner Warder – Big Horn
Caleb Marshall – East
Colton Williams – Big Horn
Riley Meisel – East
Thomas Bolinger – Douglas
Braden Morris – East
Gabe Bunderman – Green River
Madden Pikula – Campbell County
Ryan Connell – Lander
Aure Rizzi – Natrona County
Caden Crooks – Cody
Jacob Ross – East
Hayden Erickson – Star Valley
Jackson Rudolph – Central
Mason Erickson – Star Valley
Joshua Tepera – Rock Springs
Thomas Robitaille – Natrona County