Pierce, Neb., athlete Eric Koehlmoos is definitely a do-it-all type player. He's played running back and quarterback in high school and but many schools think the 6-foot-1, 190-pounder will likely play defense in college.
Or will he?
"I guess there are a couple colleges talking to me about playing wing back," Koehlmoos, who has a 4.53-second time in the 40-yard dash, said. "Kansas State and Iowa where the schools that seemed interested in me playing wing back."
At this point, Wyoming is the only school to step up and offer him, but there are others that seem interested.
"I know that a couple coaches from Iowa and Nebraska that have come by to talk to my coach at school and said they were interested," he said. "I am really interested in Nebraska and Iowa. I am going to Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa State and maybe Kansas State camps."
The Cowboys have done a good job with recruiting players in Nebraska in the past and it looks like Koehlmoos likes that they offered him early on.
"I get letters from Wyoming, and I have called and talked to them on the phone but that's about it," he said. "There is definitely interest because it's my first offer. I am taking a visit to Wyoming and maybe Kansas this summer."
Koehlmoos said he would like to have an early decision.
"I would like to have decision made before the season just so I can go out and have fun," he said. "I am not sure how I will make my announcement."
Splitting his time between running back and quarterback as a junior, Koehlmoos rushed for 1,360 yards and 31 touchdowns and passed for 659 yards and seven touchdowns. As a safety on defense, he contributed 50 tackles and eight interceptions.