Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 290
Position: Offensive line
High School: Fremd
Hometown: Palatine, Ill.
Star ranking: 2
Other offers/ interest: Eastern Illinois, Fordham, Illinois State, Kent State

Q: Why did you choose to come to Wyoming?

A: I chose to commit to Wyoming because of the culture around the team and the town. I also really loved how much Wyoming prides itself with its rushing attack on offense, and I feel like I can be a big part of that. Also my dad playing there back in the 80’s (John Walsh) really excited me because he had nothing but awesome stories about his experience at Wyoming.

Q: What other schools were recruiting you?

A: Kent State was recruiting me the hardest besides Wyoming and there were a some FCS schools trying to get me like Illinois State, Eastern Illinois, and Southern Illinois.

Q: What position will you play at UW?

A: I will go out as an offensive guard. I’m pretty comfortable playing both right and left guard. I can also snap so I would feel comfortable at the center position as well

Q: What are you looking forward to most about playing in Laramie?

A: What I’m looking forward to most are the fans and my new teammates. I have seen videos from the past Missouri game and I fell in love with how invested the fans are into the program and how much they love the team. Also looking forward to suiting up with new guys and getting to know my teammates really well.

Q: This is obviously a weird year, did you have a chance to even visit Laramie with no official visits this fall?

A: I did take a visit back in the last week of July. My family stayed up in Albany and was able to take some ATV’s out onto some trails and it was blast. I also walked around campus for a little while to see the buildings and athletic facilities.

Q: What do you want Wyoming fans to know about you?

A: I want Wyoming fans to know that I’m a hard worker and love the game and everything it has to offer. I live for game days and showing out in front of all the fans. I can’t wait to be apart of this awesome town and special program.

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