- Associated Press - Thursday, April 27, 2017

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Sophomore Milo Hall has emerged from spring drills at the No. 1 running back for Wyoming.

The Cowboys entered spring camp looking for someone to replace Brian Hill, who left a year early to enter the NFL draft.

Hill set a school rushing record with 4,287 career yards. He rushed for 1,860 yards in 2016, breaking the single-season record of 1,631 yards he set as a sophomore in 2015. He scored a single-season record 22 rushing touchdowns last season.

According to the post-spring depth chart released Thursday by coach Craig Bohl, Hall is listed at No. 1, followed by junior Nico Evans and redshirt sophomore Kellen Overstreet tied at No. 2.

At receiver, James Price and C.J. Johnson are listed as the starters.

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