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Andrew Wingard | Safety

Team: Wyoming Cowboys
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 214

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Wyoming senior S Andrew Wingard accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.
Wingard has been one of the best safeties in college football, production wise, and the fact that you might not know that speaks to how underrated of a player he is. He is a sure tackler who has a nose for the football, but he also gets quality reviews for his ability to work in space as a pass defender. Don't be surprised if Wingard gets a Senior Bowl look, too. He's going to be very intriguing to scouts. Dec 5 - 5:30 PM

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Draft Wire's Luke Easterling lists Wyoming senior DB Andrew Wingard among the best "small school" prospects in the 2019 draft class.

Wingard considered entering the NFL Draft after making 114 tackles and five interceptions in 2017, but he'll be back in 2018 for the Cowboys, and the 6-foot, 207-pound safety has a big fan in Easterling. "A versatile defender who can line up at multiple spots, Wingard’s frame, toughness and instincts will likely limit him to being a box defender at the next level, but that won’t keep him from being a sought-after prospect," he writes. If Wingard produces like he has over the past three years, he has a real chance to be among the first safeties to come off the board in 2019.
Source: Draft Wire
Jun 11 - 2:57 PM

Wyoming junior S Andrew Wingard will return to school for the 2018 season.

Cowboys QB Josh Allen is the name on roster which garners the most headlines, but Wingard is a stud in his own right and his return for the 2018 campaign is a big one for the program. The 6-foot, 207-pounder has recorded 100 tackles in each of his first three seasons of college ball, most recently posting 114 tackles (8.0 for loss), three passes defended and a stellar five interceptions for the 2017 campaign. Those five picks were good for tops in the Mountain West.
Jan 13 - 1:47 PM

Wyoming junior S Andrew Wingard broke his hand in practice on Thursday.

In a statement, Cowboys HC Craig Bohl said, "I would say there is a great likelihood that he will likely miss the rest of spring, which is disappointing, but it’s where it is." Assuming no setbacks, the 6-foot, 207-pounder should be healthy and ready to roll come the start of August camp. His loss for any extended amount of time bleeding into the season would be detrimental to the Wyoming cause, as Wingard recorded 131 tackles (7.5 for loss), two sacks, two interceptions and two fumbles forced in 14 games played during the past campaign. He logged 122 tackles as a freshman.
Fri, Mar 31, 2017 01:49:00 PM