NFL scouts watching UW’s Josh Allen closely

WYOMING – In a recent article published by Bleacher Report, it’s clear that NFL scouts will continue watching UW’s star quarterback Josh Allen very closely over his next two seasons. The article highlights the strength of “small-school” talent such such as Allen.

“NFL scouts will be catching all of the Cowboys action possible to determine whether quarterback Josh Allen is worth the No. 1 overall pick in either of the next two years,” the article states. “If we’ve learned anything from the NFL draft in recent years, it’s that you don’t have to play at Alabama or USC to get noticed. If you have the talent to play in the league, the league will find you.”

The article goes on to highlight several football stars from across the United States, including Allen. He passed for 3,203 yards, had 523 rushing yards and 3,726 total offense during his sophomore season. According to the latest report from UW, Allen told coach Craig Bohl that he will return for his junior season with the Cowboys.

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