Wyoming on Wednesday continued its run in recent years of signing top prospects from neighboring Nebraska.
Millard South offensive lineman Kohl Herbolsheimer, Omaha Burke defensive lineman Caleb Robinson and Columbus running back Joey Braasch will all be heading west to Laramie.
"It feels good," Herbolsheimer said after his signing ceremony at Millard South on Wednesday morning. "I mean it's so exciting to be recruited and see what colleges have interest in you. So when you're done with it, it's just a big relief taken off your back."
Herbolsheimer, Robinson and Braasch will join a roster that included six Nebraskan's in 2019: sophomore offensive linemen Rudy Stofer (Kearney), Patrick Arnold (Gretna) and Jason Davis (Hershey); redshirt junior offensive lineman Gavin Rush (Aurora); redshirt freshman offensive lineman Marco Machado (Nebraska Lutheran); and sophomore defensive end Davon Wells-Ross (Omaha North).
"Knowing that there are others going to Wyoming does make me feel more comfortable," Herbolsheimer said of Nebraskans at Wyoming. "I already have really good bonds with Caleb Robinson and Joey Braasch so it will be fun to start playing with them."