It's the final week of spring football practice for the Wyoming Cowboys, and one of its' newest members continues to make a positive impression.

Enter 6-5, 210 pound sophomore quarterback Josh Allen, who is a junior college transfer in his first semester at UW. He one of four QB's in the competition for the Cowboys' starting spot.

After the release of last week's first spring depth chart, Allen is listed number two. Not too shabby for someone who's only been in the program for a few months?

Allen, who hails from California, played only one season last fall at Reedley College. He threw for 2,055 yards and 26 touchdowns with only five interceptions. He added another 660 yards and 10 scores on the ground.

In last Saturday's second scrimmage, he connected on a 66-yard strike to Tanner Gentry for one of the Pokes' highlighted scoring plays.

Recently KOWB Sports Director David Settle caught up with Josh to talk about how his first experience with Cowboy football is going. The sophomore signal caller spoke about the latest scrimmage, getting used this level of football, the recent Laramie weather and more.

Allen and the rest of the Cowboys will finish spring practice Saturday with the annual Spring Game at 2 p.m. in War Memorial Stadium.