Former Wyoming Cowboy linebacker and Casper native Logan Wilson has been invited to the NFL combine that will be at the end of the month in Indianapolis. It's a seen and be seen event for NFL prospects and Wilson is the 4th Cowboy player in the last 4 years to be invited to the Combine.

Wilson was named All-American by several organizations and racked up 105 tackles this past season for the Pokes. He finished with 409 in his career in Laramie and was a national finalist for the Butkus Award given to the nation's best linebacker.

NFL draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. has Wilson at the #4 inside linebacker and also played in the Senior Bowl, recording 2 tackles. He played defensive back, wide receiver and punted for Natrona County High school from 2012-14

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