August 22, 2010
Cowboys Offer Mullen's Healy
The Wyoming Cowboy football program was the second to offer Denver's Mullen linebacker, Connor Healy a scholarship. He received the official offer from the Pokes last week.
Healy is considered one of the top 16 prospects in the state of Colorado, while receiving interest from numerous schools across the country. The Cowboys and Aztecs are the two schools to offer to-date.
The 6-foot and 215 pound prospect registered 123 tackles and six going for losses during his junior season.
The 2011 prospect is coached by NFL great Dave Logan, who is the head man at Mullen High School and voice of the Denver Broncos.
Mullen is ranked No. 33 in the nation and No. 1 in Colorado by Rivals. The Mustangs, 14-0 last year, are riding an 18-game winning streak and seeking their third straight state title.
Healy is a fast linebacker who appears to be a good fit for the Cowboy defense, a program concentrating on recruiting speed into the program.
Healy has paid an unofficial visit to San Diego State and should visit UW in the future.
"They like my speed and athleticism as an outside linebacker -- especially with their defense," Healy said about the Aztecs. "They said I'm a good fit."
GoWyoGo.com will have more in the near future on Healy's comments regarding his offer from the Cowboys.
Healy is looking at majoring in business in college.
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