June 18, 2012

Wyoming Football Offers Track Star

The University of Wyoming offered another Washington state prospect a scholarship when athlete Isaiah Brandt-Sims was contacted by the UW recruiting staff.

Brandt-Sims is listed as an athlete since he has the speed to play running back, wide receiver or defensive back in college. The Pokes were the first to offer the Wenatchee High School product.

Brandt-Sims is a top track star along with a good football prospect, while he'll he entering only his junior season in high school and he has a ways to go with recruiting interest.

The Cowboys wanted to get heads up on the burner with early interest since they are evaluating the state closely and working hard to find talent in the area.

Brandt-Sims was the star of the Washington state track meet last spring, taking state titles in both the 100- and 200-meter sprints.

"When we play new teams and they don't know how fast our team is, our coach will put in a couple extra plays and have me go wide or go deep and our quarterbacks can throw far so that's good," Brandt-Sims told Rivals.com

The 5-foot-11 and 170 pound multi-sport athlete said he would consider doing both football and track in college.

"I really like both of the sports almost equally," he said. "I would really like to play both of them."

Wyoming was the first to offer the 2014 prospect, while he has received interest from Stanford, Washington, and Washington State. He would at least garner an offer from the Pac 12 for track.

Brandt-Sims is an ideal deep threat as wide receiver since he has shown the capability to seperate from cornerbacks and catches everything thrown his direction.

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