Three former Wyoming Cowboys have been selected to the 2015 class of the National Football Foundation's Hampshire Honor Society.

Keenan Montgomery, Mark Nzeocha and Stuart Williams earned the honor last week.

To qualify, a college football player must have a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade point average; meet all NCAA progress toward degree requirements and be a starter or significant contributor on their team in their final year of eligibility.

Montgomery has a 3.57 gpa and majors in English. He's a four-time Academic All-Mountain West selection.

Nzeocha is majoring in Finance with a 3.41 gpa. He's a three-time Academic All-Mountain West honoree.

Williams is a double major in architectural and civil engineering. He has maintained a 3.7 gpa and is a three-time Academic All-Mountain West selection and a three-time Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honoree.

This is the eighth time in the nine years of the Hampshire Honor Society that Wyoming has had one Cowboy receive the distinction. It's also the seventh time, UW has had multiple honorees in the same year.