Since 2005, Wyoming has started 15, 17, 14, 16, 15, 13, 14, 12, 11, 13, 11, 15 and 9 whites. In 2018, they go back up to 10 white starters but only at "acceptable" positions on offense. The biggest attraction here is SS Andrew Wingard who should be one of the top NFL prospects at his position. Keep an eye out for a big year from him, which should cement him in as a selection in the first two rounds. Wyoming has a dynamic becoming typical of many midwestern schools, featuring a mix of local white players (mostly from Wyoming and Colorado) and imported non-whites (largely southern California and Florida). They do not feature any starting skill position players aside from strong armed RS Freshman QB Tyler Vander Waal but WRs Ayden Eberhardt and Gunner Gentry (Tanner's brother) are both second string as underclassmen. The biggest disappointment is Wyoming's decline in white defensive players, who seem to be being replaced by polynesians. Offense - QB - Tyler Vander Waal TE - Austin Fort LT - Zach Wallace LG - Keegan Cruder C - Patrick Arnold RG - Kaden Jackson RT - Rudy Stofer Defense - DE - Garrett Crall LB - Logan Wilson SS - Andrew Wingard Back ups include QB Nick Smith, FB Jeff Burroughs, WR Ayden Eberhardt, WR Gunner Gentry, TE Josh Harshman, LT Pahl Shwab, C Logan Harris, RG Zach Watts, RT Frank Crum, NT Conner Cain, and LB Adam Pilapil.